Chapter 9A part 2
Single Sampling Plan
Defined by n and c
n is sample size
c is the acceptance number
Values for n and c are determined by the interaction of four factors
AQL or acceptable quality level
LTPD or lot tolerance percent defective
A team is a type of organizational group that is composed of members who are interdependent,
who share common goals, and who must coordinate their activities to accomplish these goals.
Team members must work collectively to achiev
Many people believe that leadership is a way to improve their personal, social, and professional
Corporations seek those with leadership ability because they believe they bring special assets to
their organizations and, ultim
Chapter 9A: Process Capability and Statistical Process Control
1. Explain what statistical quality control is.
2. Calculate the capability of a process.
3. Understand how processes are monitored with control charts.
4. Recognize accept
Inventory Control part 2
A Single-Period Inventory Model
Consider the problem of deciding how many newspapers to put in a hotel lobby
Too few papers and some customers will not be able to purchase a paper and
they will lose the profit associated with th
1. Explain the different purposes for keeping inventory.
2. Understand that the type of inventory system logic that is appropriate for an item
depends on the type of demand for that item.
3. Calculate the appropriate
Chapter 18 part 2
MRP Explosion Process
1. The requirements for end items are retrieved from the master schedule
These are referred to as gross requirements by the MRP program
2. Uses on-hand balance with schedule of orders to calculate the net
Chapter 18: Material Requirements Planning
1. Describe what MRP is and where it is best applied.
2. Understand the source of the information used by the system.
3. Demonstrate how to do an MRP explosion.
4. Explain how order quantities
Chapter 7A part 2
Example: Customers in Line
1. Utilization of the teller
2. Average number in line
3. Average number in system
4. Average waiting time in line
5. Average waiting time in system, including service
Example: Equipment Selec
Chapter 7A Waiting Line Analysis
1. Describe what waiting line (queuing) analysis is.
2. Model some common waiting line situations and estimate service utilization, the length
of a waiting line, and average customer wait time.
Chapter 13 part 3
Lean Production Schedules
Level schedule: one that requires material pulled in a pattern uniform enough to allow
production to respond to pull signals
Freeze windows: that period of time during which the schedule is fixed and no change
Chapter 13: Lean and Sustainable supply Chains
1. Describe how Green and Lean can complement each other.
2. Explain how a production pull system works.
3. Understand Toyota Production System concepts.
4. Summarize important attributes
Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) theory takes another approach and conceptualizes
leadership as a process that is centered on the interactions between leaders and
LMX theory makes the dyadic relationship between leaders and