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1 MGMT 361 Operations Management (OM) Ch III: Process Selection I Based on: Ch. 6 from Stevenson (Look at notes rather than book for explanation of ALB) 1. Process Classifications 2. Process Design of Assembly Lines
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2 King Soopers Bakery 7000 loaves/hr Bread line 1000 pastries/hr Pastry line 50 cakes/hr Cake line Low High Volume Flexibility
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3 Process comparison Custom Cake Job process. Low volume Low / no automation Easy and inexpensive to change capacity …. Labor: skilled Pastry Batch process. Moderate volume Moderate automation Moderately difficult / expensive to change capacity Labor: Semi-skilled Bread Line process. High volume More automation Difficult and expensive to change capacity Labor: Little skill Custom Cake Pastry Bread
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4 King Soopers Bakery
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5 Process Selection: Deciding on how to organize production of goods or services. Capacity planning Layout of facilities Equipment Design of work systems Major implications for : Process Selection
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Make-to-order Assemble-to-order Make-to-stock Classifications I Process/ Production systems types: These can be classified in different ways. Job Shop Batch Repetitive/line flow Continuous Classifications II 6
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7 Make-to-order Process Delivery Lead Time Order Received Characteristics: Customization, Long delivery times, high costs Raw Material Manufacture Assemble Ship Delivery Date
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8 Assemble-to-order Process Manufacture W.I.P. Order Received Assemble Ship Delivery Lead Time Characteristics: Mass Customization, medium delivery times, medium costs Delivery Date
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9 Make-to-stock Process Manufacture F.G. I. Assemble Order Received Ship Delivery Lead Time Characteristics: standardization, short delivery times, low costs Delivery Date
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10 Classifications II: Production Systems Spectrum of Processes Volume (Productivity) Customization / Variety (Flexibility) Projects Job Shop Batch Flow Repetitive / Line Flow Continuous In book treated separately ! Variety Flexibility Volume
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11 Product Process Matrix Video Remember to take notes! Examples for continuous, repetitive, batch and job shop.
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2012 for the course MGMT 361 taught by Professor Panwalker during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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