Case study 2 Manufacturing extension R2-4 final

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Operate a Manufacturing  Operate a Manufacturing  Company (Case Study 2) Company (Case Study 2) (Rounds 2 and 4) (Rounds 2 and 4) Part 2 Part 2 EGN 5621   Enterprise Systems Collaboration Fall, 2011
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New product development New product development
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New product development New product development
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Review of the major rules Review of the major rules You may not change the recipe of a product if you  are still carrying inventory Customers preferences do not change throughout  the game, hence you may learn from their past  behavior The company displaying the highest shareholder’s  equity at the end of the simulation wins the game You must behave ethically at all times The end of game inventory will be value at cost  price in the final balance sheet. Therefore, you  shouldn’t sell under cost at any time during the  game.
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Elements of a winning strategy Elements of a winning strategy
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