Class_Problem1_Productivity

Class_Problem1_Productivity - per hour for her time. a)...

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1 OM 305 Dr. Robert Aboolian Productivity: Class Problem Joanna French is currently working a total of 12 hours per day to produce 240 dolls. She thinks that by changing the paint used for the facial features and fingernails that she can increase her rate to 360 dolls per day. Total material cost for each doll is approximately $3.50; she has to invest $20 in the necessary supplies (expendables) per day; energy costs are assumed to be only $4.00 per day; and she thinks she should be making $10
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Unformatted text preview: per hour for her time. a) Viewing this from a total productivity perspective, what is her productivity at present and with the new paint? 2 b) How would total productivity change if using the new paint raised Ms. Frenchs material costs by $0.50 per doll? c) If she uses the new paint, by what amount could Ms. Frenchs material costs increase without reducing total (multifactor) productivity?...
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2011 for the course OM 302 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at CSU San Marcos.

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