Peak Nutrition, Inc. Apply Your Understanding
Week 7 Homework
1. What concerns do you have about PNIs supply chain management practices?
- I am concerned that PNIs supply chain management is creating the supply
chain design to
January 28, 2014
THURSDAY WE ARE MEETING IN CLASS AND THEN DRIVING TO ARVIN SANGO
Operations and supply chain management
The design, operation, and improvement of the systems that
create and deliver the firms primary products and services
Ch. 7 notes continued
USE CH. & QUEUE SPREADSHEET!
a. 1-p = 1-.66 = .33 or 33%
b. (10/15) squared = .44 or 44%
c. (.33)(.33) = .11
d. 102/15(15/10) = 1.33
a. 1.122(2(15)/20)-1) = 56%
b. 1.1 customers
c. 2.455/20 = .12 hours or 7.2 minu
Going over homework
Chapter 8 number 3
Prod. Hours req.
Time Required (m
Required Cycle Time
(Production time per day)/(output per day)
Number of Work Station
(Sum of Total Task Times)/(Cycle Time)
Krisen Fuller Week 6 HW
t e (Weeks) Preceding Activities
The expecting completi
Minutes per hour
10 exams per hour
4.5 how many hours it takes
Exams per hour
Number of PrNumber of Tests
How many miHow many minutes for 4 Prof.
Available work time
customer required volume
Time between patients is 2 mintues
There are 60 minutes in an hour
The nurses work from 9am to 5:30pm that is 8.5 hours
They get two 10-minute breaks which equals to 20 minutes a day
They get 30 min
October 16, 2015
Week 1 Homework
Applying Your Understanding
1. Does Alfredos previous experience running a plant that made replacement
windows qualify him to run a plant that makes outdoor furniture?
January 23, 2014
What is operations management? What do you do in operations
o How long should customers wait?
o How many lines does the company need
o How do you design a service organization?
o What do you need to run?
Strategy and Sustainability
A sustainable strategy
o The firms strategy describes how it will create and sustain value for
its current shareholders
Shareholders: Those individuals or companies that legally
own one or more shares of stock in the
o Medium and long term forecasts that are used for decisions related to
strategy and aggregate demand
o Short-term forecasts used for making day-to-day decisions related to
Sales and Operations Planning
What is sales and operations planning?
o Sales and operations planning is a process that helps firms provide
better customer service, lower inventory, shorten customer lead
times, stabilize production rates, and giv
Chapter 7 notes
CLASS IS CANCELLED ON THURSDAY TO GO OUT WITH OUR GROUPS TO
Queing system analysis
o The source population who are your customers?
o Population size finite or infinite?
o Customer arrival rates
Chapter 12 notes
Lean Supply Chains
o Lean production integrated activities designed to achieve highvolume production using minimal inventories (raw materials, work in
process, and finished goods)
o Lean production also involves the elimin
Chapter 11 notes
o Inventory can be visualized as stacks of money sitting on forklifts, on
shelves, and in trucks and planes while in transit
o For many businesses, inventory is the largest asset on the balance
sheet at any
Chapter 10 notes
Quality Management and Six Sigma
EXAMPLE 10.2 in the book
Total Quality Management (TQM)
o Total quality management managing the entire organization so that
it excels on all dimensions of products and services that are important
to the c
End of Chapter 6
WILL NOT HAVE CLASS THURSDAY TO MEET WITH OUR TEAM!
Homework from last time
10. a. drawn on the board
7.5 hours x 60 minutes x 60 seconds / 300 units = 90 seconds
410 (sum of A-L times) / 90 seconds = 4.56 (rounded to 5)
NO CLASS THURSDAY
GO TO CAREER FAIR!
Chapter 5 number 6
B. Critical Path = BEGH
C. Time to completion = B(2) + E(5) + G(3.83) + H(3.83) = 14.67
o What is a project?
A series of related jobs, usually directed toward some major
output and requiring a significant period of time to perform
o What is project management?
Planning, directing, and controlling resources (peo
Chapter 3 continued
o A weighted average method which incudes all past data in the
o More recent results are weighted more heavily
o The most used of all forecasting techniques
o An integral part o
Material Requirements Planning
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and Material Requirements Planning
o ERP a computer system that integrates application programs in
accounting, sales, manufacturing, and the other functions in a firm