Productivity ou0 006 11698 therefore productivity

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Productivity = Output/Input = (1.0 + 0.24)/(1.0 + 0.06) = 1.1698, therefore productivity increases by 16.98%. Chapter - Chapter 06 #60 Difficulty: Hard Learning Objective: 06-05 Classify and calculate the different measures of process performance. 61. A process is any part of an organization that takes inputs and transforms them into outputs. TRUE A process is any part of an organization that takes inputs and transforms them into outputs that, it is hoped, are of greater value to the organization than the original inputs. Chapter - Chapter 06 #61 Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: 06-01 Evaluate the concept of a process.
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62. Processes produce products such as automobiles and hamburgers, however, processes do not apply to services. FALSE Processes produce products such as automobiles and hamburgers, however, the outputs of many processes are services. Chapter - Chapter 06 #62 Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: 06-01 Evaluate the concept of a process. 63. Processes are present in both manufacturing and service operations. TRUE Processes produce products such as automobiles and hamburgers, however, the outputs of many processes are services. Chapter - Chapter 06 #63 Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: 06-01 Evaluate the concept of a process. 64. One of the important questions to be answered while analyzing a process is "How many customers can the process handle per hour?" TRUE Analyzing a process allows some important questions to be answered, such as these: How many customers can the process handle per hour? How long will it take to serve a customer? What change is needed in the process to expand capacity? How much does the process cost? Chapter - Chapter 06 #64 Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: 06-01 Evaluate the concept of a process.
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65. One of the important questions to be answered while analyzing a process is "How long will it take to serve the customer?" TRUE Analyzing a process allows some important questions to be answered, such as these: How many customers can the process handle per hour? How long will it take to serve a customer? What change is needed in the process to expand capacity? How much does the process cost? Chapter - Chapter 06 #65 Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: 06-01 Evaluate the concept of a process. 66. One of the important questions to be answered while analyzing a process is "What change is needed in the process to expand capacity?" TRUE Analyzing a process allows some important questions to be answered, such as these: How many customers can the process handle per hour? How long will it take to serve a customer? What change is needed in the process to expand capacity? How much does the process cost? Chapter - Chapter 06 #66 Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: 06-01 Evaluate the concept of a process.
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