Product Mix Problem:
(i) Define the decision variables?
# of TV Sets (X1), Stereos (X2), Speakers (X3)
(ii) Express the objective function as a linear function of the decision variables.
Maximize Profit of the products being built from the components avai
Answers to Assignment #2 (Excel Solver/Linear Programming)
Product Mix Problem:
Your company manufactures TVs, stereos, and speakers using a common parts inventory.
Parts are in limited supply and you must determine the most profitable mix of products to
DSCI 610 Bordoloi
Individual Assignment 5 (Queuing Model: Waiting Line Management)
Due: December 1, 2008
(A) A fast-food franchise is considering opening a drive-in window food service operation. Assume that
customer arrivals follow a Poisson distribution
Individual Assignment # 5 (Waiting Line Management)
(A) A fast-food franchise is considering opening a drive-in window food service operation. Assume that customer
arrivals follow a Poisson distribution, with a mean arrival rate of 24 cars per hour, and t
Individual Assignment # 1 (Process Design)
(a) What is the critical performance measure to be controlled at the DMV in meeting its stated objective:
"it is possible for a customer to obtain a driver's license in ten minutes"?
(b) Draw a pr
BENIHANA OF TOKYO
Service process analysis and design
A restaurant as an operating system
Throughput time and Cycle time
reduction through process design
Balancing of capacities
- Benihana of Tokyo
Rocky Aoki with my students in
Toyota Production System (TPS) Toyotas
philosophy of operations
Tight linkage between production control
and quality control
Practice of operations management in a
Cost of quality (cost of sup
Freemark Abbey Winery
Introduce multi-tiered Decision Diagram
Evaluate expected values of alternative
Study risk-based decisions
Evaluate value of perfect information
Different probabilistic s
OPMT 625 Operations Management
Questions for Book Reports on The Goal
Intent: This paper (in two parts) is based on The Goal, but is intended to cover a variety of topics
that we have studied in Operations Management. It is also intended that whi
Shouldice Hospital Ltd.
Managing an ingenious strategic vision.
Factory approach to service delivery.
Managing capacity that is not very flexible
Providing a service produced in a highly
Maintenance & control of serv
The Money Back Guarantee
Importance of service recovery.
Need for a guarantee policy.
Zero defect in service setting.
Costs of (poor) quality.
Service recovery process
Top managements commitment to quality
Book Reports on The Goal
Part II (note: there are two parts, (A) and (B)
A) Answer the following specific questions (maximum two pages) and solve the case on the next
1. In your own opinion, should inventory be treated as an asset or a liability on