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MGSC 395 - FALL 2011 - EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE - Dr Ahire

MGSC 395 - FALL 2011 - EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE - Dr Ahire - FALL...

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FALL 2011 MGSC 395-007 AND 008 SURVEY OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE EXAM DATE: NOVEMBER 4, 2011 100 POINTS (25% of the Course Grade) IMPORTANT: The exam will consist of two parts: TF-MC Section (about 15-40% of the Exam; and Major Problems on In-Class Topics about 60--85%). Detailed Guidelines for each of these two sections are presented on the following pages. Exam will be closed-book and closed-notes . Cheating will result in immediate dismissal from the lab with a zero for the exam.
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STUDY GUIDE FOR MAJOR PROBLEMS OF EXAM 2 The Major Problems section will be based on: Chapter 6: Specific Problems from the Capacity Planning Chapter 6 Powerpoint. Chapter 7: Short Term Capacity Calculations from Constraint Management; Bottleneck Calculations. Assembly Line Balancing (See Process Layout Hantout; Review by-hand calculations of Ranchito Casa and calculations we did in class). Capacity Planning and Resource Allocation Using Linear Programming (LP Handout); Lean Systems: Work-In-Progress Kanban Calculations (Formula will be Given) CHAPTER 6 CAPACITY PLANNING You need to review the entire section on “Systematic Approach to Long-Term Capacity Decisions” (pages 226-229). You should be able to use the formulas on page 226 and 227 to calculate overall capacity requirements. These formulas WILL BE given on the exam. Long Term Capacity Planning – Machines Requirement (see powerpoint) (slide19- 24) Also, practice problems 4 and 5 on pages 234-235. Example 6.1 (page 227) : Review carefully and practice using different numbers and an additional client using your own data for that client. CHAPTER 7 CONSTRAINT MANAGEMENT Case Applications Review the Eastern Financial Florida Credit Union Case (pp. 263-264). Table 7.1 (page 265) 2
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Review how the four operational measures of performance are related to the financial measures of a firm’s performance. Solved Problem 1 (pages 279-280). Review the following classwork Problems (from Powerpoints): Loan Process (Slide 9); Application 7.1 (Slides 12-15); Identifying Bottleneck – Diablo Case (Slides. PROCESS LAYOUT HANDOUT PRODUCT-FOCUSED ASSSEMBLY LINE LAYOUT You should be able to execute the calculations for developing assembly line configurations by applying a primary rule (e.g. Maximum Number of Follower Tasks) and a secondary rule (e.g., Ranked Positional Weight) on a problem like the Ranchito Casa Problem we solved in class. The Table Columns WILL NOT BE given. Remember these columns: Work Station #; Task Assigned; Task Time; Remaining Unassigned Time; Current Candidate Tasks; Rule 1 Winner Tasks; Rule 2 Winner Tasks. Also remember how to read the POM for Windows output. In TF/MC section, you might get a screenshot of the results and will need to answer questions based on the screenshot.
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