466 Lecture 3

466 Lecture 3 - 466 Lecture 3 85% of incoming costs of...

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466 Lecture 3 85% of incoming costs of building of design the specifications. Identify that needs. As in a sourcing role, ask questions like that do you really need that. Can we be there if we could design it. Purposes of specifications: Communicate to purchasing what to buy Communicate to suppliers what is required Establish the tangible goods to be provided Establish the intangible services to be provided Establish the standards for inspections, test, and quality checks. Balance the specification goals of individual departments, relevant suppliers, desired product or service performance and cost. This would be the most important. Method& material specifications look like: Recipe , very long and very detailed. Benefits for this specifications are: improve the chances of getting what you really want. You have the consistency. Human errors even we have the same specifications. Still some ambiguity. The tooling and the process. Allow some variability. Market Grades:
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course BUS M 466 taught by Professor Wallin during the Winter '12 term at BYU.

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466 Lecture 3 - 466 Lecture 3 85% of incoming costs of...

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