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© Copyrighted 1 Map Capacity Planning Design, effective capacity Financial implications Capacity and demand Breakeven analysis Demand/capacity imbalance Controlling capacity NPV Utilization, efficiency Cash to cash cycle
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© Copyrighted 2 Objectives 6-1. Distinguish between design and effective capacity 6-2. Calculate utilization and efficiency 6-3. Describe outcomes where capacity does not equal demand 6-4. List and describe ways that OM can manage capacity 6-5. Recognize reasons why OM may need to adjust the capacity cushion 6-6. Differentiate leading vs. lagging demand and one-step vs. incremental approaches to capacity 6-7. Conduct a breakeven analysis (single-product case) for capacity 6-8. Describe why and how net present value is used assessing capacity investments 6-9. Explain the cash-to-cash cycle and the impact of OM on this cycle
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© Copyrighted 3 Capacity Capacity Design capacity Effective capacity Utilization Actual output / design capacity Efficiency
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course MGT 3200 taught by Professor Moodie during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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