BusAdm 571: Quality and Six Sigma Tools
Competency Exam 1 Retake
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1. From the standpoint of the firm, draw a flowchart of a
BusAdm 571: Quality and Six Sigma Tools
Competency Exam 2
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1. Based on Ryan, define a Six Sigma conforming process in terms of process specifications, process variability, and chance of a nonconforming unit in the presence of a mean
shift.
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2. What
Logistics
Chapter 8
Chapter Objectives
Describe why logistics is important and discuss the major
decision areas that make up logistics.
List the strengths and weaknesses of the various modes of
transportation and discuss the role of multimodal solutions.
CHAPTER 1
UNDERSTANDING THE SUPPLY
CHAIN
1
Learning Objectives
1. Discuss the structure and objectives of
a supply chain and explain the impact
of supply chain decisions on the
success of a firm.
2. Identify the three key supply chain
decision phases and
Managing Capacity
Chapter 6
(Includes readings from Chapter 5)
Chapter Objectives
Understand how productivity and efficiency are measured and
used in business processes.
Explain what capacity is, how firms measure capacity, and the
difference between th
Supply Management
Chapter 7
Chapter Objectives
Identify and describe the various steps of the strategic
sourcing process.
Use portfolio analysis to identify the appropriate sourcing
strategy for a particular good or service.
Describe the rationale for
William P. Marshall
16 February 2017
Business Administration 600: Management Analysis
Barriers to Trade
Brand Loyalty/Brand Positioning
Economies of Scale/Forcing out Competitors
Methods of Production
Supply Chain Efficiency
Explanation
New private labels
Excersise 13-1:
Green Thumb, a manufacturer of lawn care equipment, has introduced a new product. The
anticipated demand is normally distributed with a mean of = 100 and a standard deviation of
= 40. Each unit costs $150 to manufacture and the introductor
Problem 1:
Nave:
Forecast for the current period= Actual record of the previous period
Therefore, forecast for week 6= actual requests of week 5.
ANSWER: 22 requests
Four-period moving average:
N=4
Forecast for week 6 = [(22+21+18+22)/4]
ANSWER: 20.75 req
Homework 1
1. What is Seven-Eleven Japans competitive strategy?
Market Dominance Strategy
o First mover advantage.
o Cluster of stores in small geographical area supported by a DC.
o Combination of Own and Franchisee stores.
o Commitment to customers and
Sarah Stenberg
SIX SIGMA
9/18/2016
S1: Timeline
1798: Eli Whitney introduced
the idea of mass production
and interchangeable parts were
developed to make slight
changes easier. This allowed for
more consistent product results
and quality.
1913: Henry Ford
Sarah Stenberg
Six Sigma
Homework 1
25 September 2016
S2
1.
2.
a. Histogram A histogram helps to give a visual representation of how many observations
fall into a certain category.
b. Pareto Chart A pareto chart puts data in descending order in order to m
Exam 2: Practice Problems Solutions
Sample Multiple Choice Problems
1.
Event A occurs with probability 0.05. Event B occurs with probability 0.75. If A and B are disjoint, which statement is true?
(a) P(A and B) = 0
(c) P(A and B) = 0.0375
(b) P(A or B) =
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Two Sample t-Test and CIs
Estimate two population means (confidence intervals) or perform a hypothesis test for the difference between
two independent means (two sample t-test) using the
Exam 3: Practice Problems Solutions
Sample Multiple Choice Problems
1.
Suppose a simple random sample of size n = 34 is obtained from a population with = 30 and = 4. Describe the sampling
distribution of x .
(a) Approximately normal with
and
x 30
(b) App
Digital Media Project Four (DMP4) Guidelines
BUS ADM 330 Organizations Fall 2015
Building a High Performance Team
Overview. For Digital Media Project Four (DMP4), which is worth 150 points and represents 15% of
your nal grade in the course, you must work
BUSADM370 Exam III Review
Chapters 2, 10-12, Supplement
Types of Inventory
Cycle inventory: Components or products that are received
in bulk by a downstream partner, gradually used up, and
then replenished again in bulk by an upstream partner.
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