(DUE WED) Fall 11 CPT 12 & 4 MGT 9700 (Location & Capacity)

(DUE WED) Fall 11 CPT 12 & 4 MGT 9700 (Location &...

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Baruch College MGT 9700 Zicklin School of Business Fall- 2011 Department of Management MW, 7:30 pm-8:45 pm INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 1. (1 Point) Industrial location decisions typically attempts to: a. reduce costs b. maximize sales c. focus more on human resources d. be environmentally friendly e. none of the above 2. (1 Point) Service location decisions typically attempt to: a. minimize costs b. consider global implications c. decrease labor costs d. be environmentally friendly e. maximize revenue 3. (2 Point) Factor Rating Method: A clothing chain is considering two different locations for a new retail outlet. They have identified the four factors listed in the following table as the basis for evaluation, and have assigned weights as shown on the left. The manager has rated each location on each factor, on a 100-point basis, as shown on the right.
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