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counter, and you have to spend about 5 minutes, for an average pizza, putting on all of the ingredients. 4. If you sell the pizzas for \$8.00 (including deliv- ery), how much will you earn per pizza? How This includes the time needed to retrieve and replace much will you earn per minute of work for each the refrigerated items that are already prepared and pizza? What are you earning per hour if only one stored in containers in the refrigerator. Once the pizza of you is working? If both of you are working? is "built." it must be placed in the oven to cook for How much would you like to
sell a pizza for, roughly 8 minutes. Your oven is rather small and can and why? barely hold one large pizza, so it takes about 1 minute 5. How much time of each resource are you using if to be sure it has been placed correctly so that it isn't only one of you is available to work? If both of touching the sides of the oven and will cook evenly. you are working? After it has cooked, you take it out of the oven (it is 6. What is your bottleneck? very hot, so you do this so quickly that the time What is w hatten doesn't figure into your calculations), and it takes he piping hot pizza. 7. What changes could you make, if any, to increase about 1 minute to slice and pack the piping hot pizza. your capacity? Finally, you can deliver the pizza to any other apart- ment in you large building in roughly 5 minutes, on average. Source: Case written by Andrea Prud'homme, Michigan State University January 2006 This is a simplification of the process, for illus- PART II Tools and

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