MG 370 - Chapter 11 :
1. The forecasting of demand is the same as the forecasting of sale.
Those are interdependent because predicting demand requires
detailed sales figures from the current market as well as numbers
from previous years.
MG 370 - Chapter 12 :
3. Facilities decision involve all organizational functions and often are
made at the highest corporate level, including top management and
the board of directors. It must be coordinated with other functional
areas due to the n
MG 370 - Chapter 8 :
2. The third step of designing a quality control system is too define the
amount of inspection. If I had to take that decision, I will minimize
this amount as possible. I will do inspection when the process will
know big improvemen
MG 370 - Chapter 1 :
1. Studying operation management is an opportunity. This is important
because employers are searching for employee specialized in field
like accounting or IT. But they are also searching for person able to
make decisions about the who
MG 370 - Chapter 8 :
1. The quality of telephone service can be measured thanks to the
quality of performance which involved the technology, the
employees and the management.
The quality of an automobile repair can be measured thanks to the
MG 370 - Chapter 15 :
1. What are the types of inventory?
Inventory is a stock of materials used to facilitate production or satisfy the
customer demand. Inventories include raw materials, work in progress,
and finished goods.
2. Why do we have inventory?
MG 370 - Chapter 16 :
1. What does MRP stand for? Why do we use it?
An MRP system is an information system used to plan and control
manufacturing or dependent-demand inventory items.
2. What are the three components of MRP? Describe what they
MG 370 - Chapter 7 :
2. Repetitive manufacturing is a form of mass production that relies on
making high numbers of standardized units by using a repetitive
manufacturing technologies. That is normally completely different
from Job shop or batch proces
MG 370 - Chapter 4 :
1. An doctors office process could be seen as job shop
An automatic car wash process could be seen as an assembly line
A college curriculum process could be seen as a batch flour
The process of studying for an exam could be seen as a
MG 370 - Chapter 10 :
1. The difference between supply chain management and demand
management is that supply chain management make supply match
to the demand as demand management make demand match to the
supply. Whereas in the first tem you see the supply