1.37 out of 1.37 points
The transition from economies of scale to diseconomies of scale:
contains the point at which average unit costs are
at their lowest.
contains the point at which average unit costs a
Ch. 13 p. 296 DQ 1-10
Ch. 14 p. 315 DQ 1-10
Ch. 15 p. 334 DQ 1-10
Ch. 13 p. 296 DQ 1-10
1. What are goods and what is a sale?
Goods are things (other than money, stocks, and bonds) that are tangible, movable, and
Ch. 16 p. 359-60 DQ 1-10
What is the purpose of a negotiable instrument?
Which negotiable instruments contain a promise to pay money?
Which negotiable instruments contain an order to pay money?
Discuss the role of computer technology at Pearson Education.
Pearson Education is the worlds largest publisher for bestselling educational materials for
students. They inform and educate the power of technology to allow more affordable educational
Heading towards midpoint, have me a bit overwhelmed. I really didnt expect this business class
to be as challenging as it is. The essays assignments, really keeps me mind boggling, especially,
the week two essay. I was so confused, about the concept of it
It is my belief that, any manufacturing company, who would want to run a successful
business, would want to adjust to the Lean System. The Lean system has great advantages for
success within accompany but it could also be a disadvantage for a company. Thi
Discuss the benefits of leveling aggregate demand by having a portfolio of SKUs that create
The total amount for goods and services produced within an economy within a period would be,
Aggregate demand (AD) = C+I+G+(X-M). C is the consume
Describe some project management concepts and the value of those
concepts to a business.
Explain why it is important for organizations to have an effective operations
management system in place.
Once you have addressed these questions, create two essenti
The steps that allowed Versatile to use different pieces of
equipment, for Lean System principles was due to skit process of
using the push system. During the process of the push assembly
line, there were numerous of mistakes, with products, which caused
Hotels should always have a service setting of qualities. When entering any hotel customers
wants their visit to be a friendly and generous reception, welcomed. Great hospitality, helps
customers to feel comfortable, as if they have just moved into a new
When trying to understand the principles of Lean system and TQM and the role that both
play in an organization, you must first recognize the requirements of field of work duties. Both,
monitors the quality of their products, processes, and services. Howev
Risk may not always mean bad but it could be essential to progress, and sometimes failure from
the risk can be the key to learning from the experience. This is when a company must learn to
balance the possibility of negative consequences of risk against t
When trying to understand the principles of Lean system and TQM and the
role that both play in an organization, you must first recognize the
requirements of field of work duties. Both, monitors the quality of their
products, processes, and services. Howev
Barberton Municipal Division of Road Maintenance
11 workers can work 500 hours per quarter without overtime which is a total of 5500 hours with
the current workforce.
Overtime is limited to 20% of regular time capacity or 100 hours per worker (1100 total
Build a new plant
Brainstorm what are the
List of criteria
Assign weight to each
Evaluate each choice
Within control of the team
0 out of 2 points
Appraisal costs are associated with preventing defects before they
What options do project managers have to alleviate resource problems?
Suds and Duds Laundry washed and pressed the following numbers of dress shirts per week.
a. Week 1 Sud and Dud 68/24 = 2.83 shirts per hour
Week 2 Sud and Jud 130/46 = 2.83 shirts per hour
Week 3 Sud, Dud, and Jud 152/62 = 2.45 shirts per hour
Week 4 Sud,
Operations Management 340
Instructor John Galuski
What I would consider to be a major source of risk in a project is the funding of it and
make sure that the investment is worth the investment. What happens if you spend a
Professor John Galuski
Six Sigma is a management philosophy that seeks a nonexistent error rate. For most
organizations, establishing a Six Sigma program requires significant resources and produces
Reflect on the process of focusing your research. What
challenges did you encounter in developing a question,
hypothesis, or thesis?
The challenges that we had been with coming up with the processes
that it would take to get the product out and to the cus
The new Sheraton Service Promise process assisted Starwood in avoiding the four costs
of poor performance and quality by identifying the weaknesses and finding ways to correct them.
The goal was for guests to be checked in within three minutes of arriving
Total Quality Management
Professor John Galuski
Total quality management and lean system manufacturing need to go hand in hand for
continuous improvement of any operation. The need to establish a new methodology generally
The reason that reducing the turnaround time is important for executing SWAs business strategy
is because a plane on the ground is not generating revenue. Therefore they try to keep the aircraft
in the air as much as possible. By cutting their turnaround
The Harvey Motorcycle Company produces three models: the tiger, a sure-footed dirt
bike; the LX2000, a nimble caf racer; and the Golden, a large interstate tourer. This
months master production schedule calls for the production of 54 Goldens, 42 LX2000
1. Which member of the group produced the least
The lady that was in the Black shirt and Pink pants produced the least productive conflict.
She just tried to agree with everything that was being said by everyone else.
2. Which member
BUSS340 Operations Management
Team Peer Evaluation Form
Due Week 7 by Saturday at 11:59 pm, ET.
Starting with yourself, list all team members. Rate each team member from 1 (least) to 5 (most) in
the categories of attendance, quality, a