OPM101Exam1vBKEY - Professor Blake OPM 101 Name Spring 2009...

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Professor Blake OPM 101 Name__________________________ Spring 2009 EXAMINATION 1, Version B Use a Scantron Form No. 886-E to record your choice of the best answer to each of the following questions. You have the full period to answer the questions. The following questions are worth three (3) points each . 1. At a factory, the transformation process is a (an) change of raw materials and components into products. a) locational b) imperceptible c) hypothetical d) irreversible e) physical 2. Operations management is responsible for orchestrating all the resources needed to produce the final product. This includes all of the following except ______________________________________. 3. A key feature of scientific management is that workers are motivated only by __________________. 4. Which of the following competitive priorities typically requires the use of more general-purpose equipment? 5. Studying the practices of companies considered “best in class” and comparing the performance of our company against their performance is a) competition b) copying c) frustration d) benchmarking e) notching
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