Marketing Plan for Technist Inc.
A Marketing Plan Presented by:
The marketing plan for Technist Inc. focuses on all the marketing elements encompassing
the strategic marketing plan of the organization.
1. How can organizations become more open to feedback? What kinds of employee
training would help? What would you tell your employees about feedback
What are some examples of reward systems that encourage the wrong kinds of
behaviors? How can leaders adjust these to reward more positive behaviors?
What do we mean by an engaged customer, and how does this relate to customer
Lab 6 of 6: Critical Path Method
Using a method of your choice (i.e., Excel, Word, Visio,
etc.), construct a CPM diagram and copy the comple
"Today's kanban research is the modern equivalent of yesterday's economic order quantity
research." Do you agree? Explain your answer.
The economic order quantity research deal with setup time reduction, small lo
Without objective measurement of customer service, it is extremely difficult to compare,
measure, and control supply chain logistics alternatives.
1. What supply chain logistics alternatives are available in JIT environments
Some companies contend that they can never adopt JIT because their suppliers are
located all over the country, and the distances are too great. What might you suggest to
Ans: JIT system requires a small and cont
Lab 4 of 6: JIT and PAC
This Lab provides data to use for solving the number of kanbans required for four
components at the ABC Company. Use MS Word to copy your answers.
JIT and PAC
Calculate the number of kanbans requi
Linear Programming Homework Problem
Solve the following linear programming problem graphically:
Maximize Profit P = 4 X + 6Y
X + 2Y < = 8
5X + 4Y < = 20
X, Y > = 0
Ans: We draw the constraints as show
1. What are the implications of not allocating material in a shop order after availability
Ans: Order launching is the process of releasing orders to the shop (work orders). Allocation
takes place as orders are lau
Week 3 Lab
Chapter 12: Problems 1, 2, and 3 (pp. 543-544)
1a. Given the following diagram for a product, determine the quantity of each component
required to assemble one unit of the finished product.
J: 2 x 2 = 4
L: 1 x
Part A: The Scheduling Lab
Situation: Jobs A, B, and C are waiting to be started on Machine Center X. When they are
finished at this center, they must be moved to Machine Center Y for final processing. Machine
capacity for both centers is 40 hours in a 5-
Week 3 Written Assignment
What are the differences in how bottleneck and non-bottleneck work centers are scheduled
under TOC? Why are these differences desirable?
The reason TOC focuses on bottlenecks is that these determine output for th
Week 2 written assignment
Question: What kind of warning signals would you like fed back from PAC to MRP?
Ans: Production Activity Control is responsible for executing the Materials Requirements Plan.
The shop-floor and vendor scheduling activ
Week 2 Homework
Problem Set 2
1. Thomas Franklin arrived at the following tax information:
Gross salary, $46,660
Interest earnings, $225
Dividend income, $80
One personal exemption, $3,400
Itemized deductions, $7,820
Adjustments to income, $1,
Problem Set 7
Calculating Net Asset Value. Given the information below, calculate the net asset value for the
Boston Equity mutual fund.
Total number of shares
Week 1 Written Assignment
Apply the MPC framework to a college setting. In particular, identify the front end, engine,
and back end.
Ans: MPC system in the college setting would involve three parts - Front end, engine and back
end part. The fr
Problem Set 6
1. For each of the following situations, what amount would the insurance company pay?
a. Wind damage of $835; the insured has $500 deductible.
835 -500 = 335
b. Theft of a stereo system worth $1,300; the insured has a $25
Problem Set 5
1. Tammy Monahan is considering the purchase of a home entertainment center. The product
attributes and weights she plans to consider are:
Tammy rated the brands as follows:
Problem Set 4
1. Determining Profit or Loss from an Investment. Three years ago, you purchased 150 shares of
IBM stock for $88 a share. Today, you sold your IBM stock for $103 a share. For this problem,
ignore commissions that would be charged
Problem Set 1
Problem Set 1
(Note: Some of these problems require the use of the time value of money tables
in the Chapter 1 Appendix).
1. Ben Collins plans to buy a house for $65,000. If that real estate property is expected to
increase in va
Professor, this Problem set was in the homework assignment, however, there was no
other way to submit it in the dropbox. Therefore, I am submitting it to you thru
Thanks so much-Brett Walsh
Problem Set 3
1. Louise McIntyres month
Before setting out to buy the car, it pays to think about your requirements. Often one may fall in
the love with the perfect car. Very few people have the money to buy exactly what they want,
so make the list of your needs and break it down into must have