POLC: The 4 Functions of Management
Delivering strategic value.
Building a dynamic organization.
Planning and Strategic Management
Current Issue Presentation
Presentation: 50 points
Ready on time
Professional presence / attitude
Presentation mechanics (posture, eye contact, voice, lack of um, yknow, like)
Presentation style (pace, tim
S14 JIT and Lean Operations
JIT and Lean Operations
A flexible system of operation that uses minimal resources and produces
high quality goods or services.
Fewer resources + greater productivity + high quality
Study Guide for Exam 2
For Exam 2 you are responsible for all materials presented in class and all information contained
in the PowerPoint Slides:
Chapter 5 Strategic Capacity Planning for Products and Services
a. Defining and measuring capaci
S13 Inventory Management
Piddling Manufacturing assembles security monitors. It purchases 3,600 blackand-white cathode ray tubes a year at $65. Ordering cost per order is $31 and
carrying cost per unit is 20% of the purchase price. Compute the optimal qua
S11 Aggregate Planning
3 Levels of Capacity Planning
General levels of
within which short-r
S12 Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
Remember this from Ch13?
- Items ready to be sold or used.
- Components of finished products.
Dependent Demand Items
Independent demand items consistent demand (alw
Samsung playing a key role in
iPhone 8 supply chain
management as OLED
BY: JAQUELINE LOPEZ
The goal of supply chain management is to coordinate and
integrate all of the activities performed by supply chain members
into a seamless process
One of the greatest early writers said
, such is the remark of
. That is how sb comment (criticize/praise)
Where there is a will, there is a way.
There is no failure excepting no longer trying.
Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.
Confucius, a Chinese thinker and social philosopher, has exerted a significant
influence on the thought and life of Chinese, whose philosophy emphasized personal
and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity,
Confucius, a Chinese thinker and social philosopher, has exerted a significant influence on the thought
and life of Chinese, whose philosophy emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of
social relationships, justice and sincerity, which
1.important =crucial (extremely important),significant(amount or effect large enough to be
2.common=universal, ubiquitous(if something is ubiquitous, it seems to be everywhere)
+will it? Has it? Is this really the case? But is this a wise method?
We are often told to do/ that, SB believe thatwillBut will it?/ Is this really the case?
But is there any proven co-relation between and ? Yet the value ofis now being questioned
The lecture apparently disproves what is argued in the reading material.
According to the passage However the professor asserts that a closer
scrutiny of this argument would reveal how flimsy it is. He then presents
several evidences to demonstrate his s
The reading passage puts forward/ raises the issue/proposal that claims that
However, this statement /proposal is questioned /supported by the lecture which provides drastically
different /further evidences and argues that
2nd paragraph: (1
1. 0stinato is a term that means to play the music backwards.
- False. it is a repeated ﬁgure in music.
2. Some of the top-ﬂight ﬁlm composers can average anywhere from 1 to 3 ﬁlms a
0 False. 3-6
3. Hollywood feared that the arrival of spoken dialog
Chapter 2: Healthcare Data, Information, and Knowledge
ELMER V. BERNSTAM
TODD R. JOHNSON
JORGE R. HERSKOVIC
After reading this chapter the reader should be able to:
Define Data, Information, and Knowledge
Understand how vo
Designing and evaluating information and
This chapter examines the process of system conception, design and evaluation and explores
how the evaluation process helps shape what is built, as well as tells us how effectively it is
P AR T 1
concepts in informatics
Informatics : is similarly built upon the basic concepts of data,
models, systems and information.
we use models to shape and direct our actions.
Author Summary for Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,9,11,12
Done by: Badi Alotaibi.
In this chapter, the foundational concept of a model is explored in some detail. Models
underpin the way we understand the world we live in, and as a consequence t
:Sources of clinical evidence used in routine patient care
The patients themselves, who give information about their symptoms and their -1
.problems, as well as demonstrate clinical signs through physical examination
Information management Systems
Information is care. Every clinical decision is predicated on information
about the patient and about the patients treatment choices.
Information systems are designed to manage
The main reason that a cli
Everyone writing in the medical record is an information designer ,and is
.responsible for making the data record there easy to find and interpret
Message are structured for a specific task to suit the needs
of the sender and receive
Once good evidence for the effectiveness of an intervention has accumulated through
summative evaluations, the time may arrive when it is ready for wider adoption. In
this implementation stage of the information and communication
Chapter 1 Computers and Systems
1) What do the following computing devices have in common: workplace computers,
tablets, smartphones, and computers embedded in other equipment?
Sol: from the text; All contain at least one central proc
SIGNIFICANT CONCEPTS & KEY WORDS
KRM: Chapter 8
Benefits of lean systems:
Reduce lead time (up to 90%)
Reduce inventory(up to 90%)
Reduce labor cost (up to 30%)
Reduce manufacturing&storage spave (up to 50%)
Improvement of qualit
Significant Concepts & Key Words
KRM: Chapter 12
Identifying critical inventory items with ABC analysis
- ABC analysis: The process of dividing stock keeping units into three classes according to their
dollar usage so tha