Measures of capacity
Process Flow and Bottlenecks
A systematic approach to capacity decisions
Make or Buy problem
Capacity is the maximum output rate of a resource
Measures of capacity:
1. Output measures (p
S = 2 HQ 1- d p
H 1- d p
H 1- d p
Student name: Afrah Fawmey
Class: Summer 2016 ENG 111 DLO03 College Composition 1
Student ID: 6725059
First of all, if such situation takes place I would be very shocked and scared. I do not know
whether I will be a stable mind to take a de
Medical Coding and Billing
This Assignment Pack contains the Quizzes you will need to complete your course.
The Lessons will tell you when to complete each Quiz. If you have not yet accessed
your Lessons, you can download your Elect
=s x =
Case Study of Good OM
The mission of Southwest Airlines is dedication to the highest quality of customer service
delivered with a sense of warmth, friendliness, individual pride, and Company Spirit.
Low price: (from www
Our objective was:
To develop an understanding of operations management
To develop quantitative and qualitative solutions for a variety of operations management
problems and link these solutions to other areas.
To provide exposure to real world operation
Definition of Forecasting
Types of Forecasts
Monitoring the Forecast
Forecast is a statement about the future value of a variable such as demand
We make forecasts about such things as weather, demand, and reso
Why Should I Care About Toyota?
Market Cap (#1> than Big Three combined)
Market Share growth
Got there by Operational Excellence:
the Toyota Production System
Top Picks for 200
Learning Effect: the time required to perform a task decreases with increasing
Learning may result from different factors
selection of equipment
The learning eff
Degree to meet customer expectation
Dimensions of Product Quality
Performance - main characteristics of the product/service
Aesthetics - appearance, feel, smell, taste
Special Features - extra characteristics
Conformance - how well product/service
Part A: Multiple Choices (25 points)
Circle the correct answer.
1D 2E 3A 4C 5D 6A 7A 8E 9C 10C.
A1. In which type of processing system would gasoline be produced from crude oil?
A. Job shop
A2. Which of the fo
Part A: Multiple Choices (24 points)
Circle the correct answer. Questions 16, 2 points, questions 710, 3 points.
A1. An operation that has less capacity than any other operation is called a(n):
A. Parallel operation
B. Multifactor constraint
Lots of fun, BUT:
Waiting lines occur in all sorts of systems: Grocery stores, banks offices, cash registers, campus
dining, tickets for movie teathers, traffic, even my office hours, etc.
Americans spend 37 billion hour
Your Course Code is
Medical Coding and Billing Enhanced
Upon completion of this course, graduates will be trained to:
pply theory and practical skills to assign diagnostic and procedural codes to medical records