BUS355 Test 2 Review for Chapters 6 9 Ch 6 Developing Products and Services Sequential Development vs. Concurrent Engineering Phases of Product and Service Development, Table 6.1 Who leads? QFD CAD Target Costing Value Analysis
March 17, 2008
AMGEN INC. - BUS 355
By Bradley Cappello, David Caracciolo, Ryan Donnelly,
and Jacob Newell
Who is Amgen?
World leading biotechnology
Nationally traded company
Branches located inside and
outside of the US
12 approved drugs/therapeut
Chapter 6.2 Normal Probability Distribution
Take-home Quiz (30 points)
Class Time: _
Draw a normal curve for the problem and identify the mean and standard deviation first.
Then shade the area of interest under the normal curve, because
Exam 1 study guide
Supply Chain Management
Every organization must make a product or a service that someone values.
Most organizations function as part of larger supply chains.
Organizations must carefully manage their operations and supply chains in orde
Addition info for Final
What key (both strategic and operational) decisions does Amazon have to
make in managing inventory?
How many warehouses to have across the US. Capacity of each.
Which warehouse stocks what items (SKU)
How to design the warehouses:
Exam 2 Study Guide
What is Capacity?
The capability of a worker, a machine, a workcenter, a plant, or an organization to produce output in a time
What factors impact Capacity?
1)number of shifts or lines
Chapter 2 Review
Includes tangible resources such as buildings, equipment, and computer systems.
Includes the policies, people, decision rules, and organizational structure choices of the firm.
1. Catherines three major types of customers were: walk-in customers, special occasion
customers (ex. Weddings), and other businesses such as restaurants. Walk-in
customers are different because they have a desire for the pro
BUS210 Math Review
January 23, 2013
e.g. Use A.
Summation Notation, will see you often
in this course, hopefully with less resistance after
this review. Here, we have two tiny datasets, A and
B. We will use dataset A for the example and B for
BUS 355 Fall 2016 1st Exam Study Guide
What links manufacturers and service providers in the supply chain pg 3
Elements typically found in a Supply Chain pg 4
Outputs from the transformation process pg 4 / pg 5
Supply Chain order (1st tier, 2nd
BUS 355 Exam 2 Review
Chapter 6: Managing Capacity
An appropriate measure of capacity pg 141
Standard products measured in terms of outputs
Customized products measured in terms of input
Know Theoretical Capacity
The maximum output capability, allowing f
1. Pg 251 -Know all about Forecasting
Forecasting- An estimate of the future level of some variable. Common variables
that are forecasted include demand levels, supply levels, and price.
Demand Forecast- distinguish between overall mark
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BUS355 F13 Exam 2 Review
November 15, 2013
You can have two double-sided sheets with whatever information you think you need for all exams. The only
electronics you can use is a calculator without any communication capability. No paper or calculator can b
BUS355 F13 Final Review
December 8, 2013
You can have two double-sided sheets and my review with whatever information you think you need for the first
half time. The second half time is open book and notes. You will continue working on the same exam witho
The materials economy is a very interesting system. I learned a lot about how things are
manufactured and how the environment gets absolutely destroyed in the process of raw
material extraction. I find it unbelievable tha
1. The process from beginning to end is all the hospitals responsibility. They are
in charge of managing the quality, cost, time and the flexibility treatment process.
The surgeon could use his time more usefully to improve every
Exam 3 Study Guide
an estimate of a future level of some variable (demand/supply/price levels)
4 laws of forecasting
1) forecasts are almost always wrong
2)forecasts for the near term tend to be more accurate
3)forecasting for groups of P/S ar
Chapter 3 Review
1. Includes people, facilities, and physical layouts, and information systems.
2. Different strengths and weaknesses for each system.
3. A particular item might require many different types of manufacturing processes
1) Forecasting: An estimate of the future level of some variable. Common variables that are
forecasted include demand levels, supply levels, and prices
2+3) Life Cycle Analogy: A qualitative forecasting technique that attempts to identify the time
BUS355 Exam II Review
November 13, 2015
You can have two double-sided sheets with whatever information you think you need for all
exams. The only electronics you can use is a calculator without any communication
capability. No paper or calculator can be e
BUS355 F15 Exam 1 Review
October 12, 2015
You can have two double-sided sheets with whatever information you think you need for all exams. The
only electronics you can use is a calculator without any communication capability. No paper or calculator
Bags the Order
Customer Places Order
Attendant Takes the Order
Attendant Gathers Food
Attendant Takes the Money