BM 3130 FOUNDATIONS OF OPERATIONS
Practice Problem Solutions- FIRST HALF
As Operations Manager, you are concerned about being able to meet sales
requirements in the coming months. You have just been given the following
Practice Problem Solutions- SECOND HALF
Cost of Goods Sold
Average Aggregate Inventory Value
The problem tells us that we sell 4,000 QUARTER pound burgers a wee
BM 3130- Case 2
WINTA GARMENT COMPANY
The garment industry is an excellent example of off-shoring and out-sourcing.
However, that does not imply that these companies have no operations challenges.
Your consulting team is going to look at Winta, a supplier
MIDTERM EXAM STUDY GUIDE
I am often asked how to best prepare for the BM 3130 exams. What
combination of textbook, lecture, and Recitation review offers the best
approach? The answer largely depends on how well a student wants to do.
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Boeing, Airbus Look to Car Companies'
Methods to Speed Up Jetliner Production
By DANIEL MICHAELS and J. LYNN LUNSFORD
WALL STREET JOURNAL April 1, 2005; Page B1
Bitter rivals Airbus and Boeing Co. don't agree on much, but these da
AUGUST 1, 2005
Yes, Ma'am, That Part Is In Stock
Software that helps companies fine-tune inventories is jacking up profits
Six years ago, Sean D. Perry was practically swimming in oil filters. The inventory and
parts manager for Subaru of New England Inc.
Sure, the labor over there is cheap. But shoddy
quality nearly killed this hi-fi startup
Six years into a Chinese joint venture, Michael Allen was ready to
shut down his fledgling stereo equipment company, Jolida (joeLEE-da). His Shanghai-made amplifiers
SYNOPSIS- SPORT OBERMEYER, LTD.
Klaus Obermeyer was a German
refugee who entered the United
States in 1947 and settled in
Colorado. As a skiing enthusiast,
he noticed that American clothing
was inferior to the European outer
garments he was fam