Recall of the Takata Airbag by the NHTSA.
By: Chevis Musselman
Center Commander U.S. Army Recruiting
Post University
Sunday, March 29, 2015
The recall of the Takata Airbag by the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)
affected millions of
You run a small shop that makes widgets. You employ 50 workers, and each worker can make
2 widgets per hour. They work for 8 hours a day and 20 days in a month.
You are quite concerned that you now have a big order of 64,000 widgets next month and want
to
Business is going quite well. We'll use net present value (probability - building costs) to
determine which is the best option. We can do nothing but the net present value is
zero.
So, here are the options.
For the large building option, the building will
Hire an inspector to improve quality?
A quality inspector is hired at 25$ per hour which includes benefits and everything.
Now the defective rate (DR) is .06 and the inspector can inspect one widget every 30
seconds (figure out how many he can inspect in
Final Paper for BUS211
By: Chevis Musselman
Center Commander U.S. Army Recruiting
Post University
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Throughout this course I have learned a lot on the different views of quality and how important it
can be to run a successful busine
1) 125,000 dollars fixed cost/10 dollars to each shirt-4 dollars for variable
costs=20,833.333 which your would round up to 20834 so it doesnt show that your
company takes any loss. 66
2) 2,300 dollars fixed costs/ .50 cents a mile-.15.5 cents a mile in v
Running head: ASSIGNMENT #2
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Assignment #2
BUS 211 Quality Standards
Post University
Professor Michael Powers
July 24, 2016
Assignment #2
ASSIGNMENT #2
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The most commonly made association concerning customer service is the interaction
between employees
Running head: ASSIGNMENT #1
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Assignment #1
BUS 211 Quality Standards
Post University
Professor Michael Powers
July 10, 2016
Assignment #1
ASSIGNMENT #1
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Although the intent of both the Baldrige Principles and Demings 14 Points is to
create workplace pro
PROBLEM 1
Number of widgets 64,000 month 1 103,000 month 2 82000 month 3 and 93000 month 4
Number of Hours 3000
Number of Machines
4000
10
12
3500
11
3750
11
Month 1 64000/3000=21.3 per hour /10 machines = 2.133333 per machine per hour or 2.13
Month 2 103
1. Did Ford do things right?
At the time of this case it seemed that Ford did things correctly, at least it did to them. Ford was
required by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to use the risk/benefit
analysis. The NTHSA even provi
Rounding to two decimal places:
1. (20 points) - The Company has made 64,000 widgets in month 1; 103,000 in month 2;
82,000 in month 3; 93,000 in month 4.
The company has this many total hours of work with the number of machines (below) for
month 1 (3,000
Hire an inspector to improve quality?
A quality inspector is hired at 25$ per hour which includes benefits and everything.
Now the defective rate (DR) is .06 and the inspector can inspect one widget every 30 seconds
(figure out how many he can inspect in
A. 1/2 is 300D= 100,000+85D subtract 85D from both sides is 215D=100,000=
100,000/215=468.12 D= 468.12
B. 2/3 is 100,000+ 85D= 250,000+30D subtract 30D from one side and 100,000 from
the other= 50D=150,000 divide by 50 D=300
So the breakeven point is 468
The next two months are the holiday season so demand for the next two months will be
80,000 widgets in month three and 48,000 widgets in month four. You'll pay time and a
half for any work exceeding 8 hours per day. (Remember, pay scales are in Unit 1 and
1. (5 points) What will your permanent production each month be now?
150 workers x 2 widgets an hour = 300
300 x 8 hours = 2400
2400 x 20 days = 48,000 widgets a month
2. (25 points) Considering the hiring/termination fees and the salaries of the workers,
1. (10 points) - A T-Shirt Manufacturer has fixed costs of 125,000 dollars. She sells the TShirts for 10 bucks and has variable costs of 4 bucks per shirt. How many T-shirts does
she need to sell to break even?
125,000/ (10-4) = 125,000/6
= 20,833.33 Shir
You want to determine how many bunches of radishes you want to buy each day. Here's what
you know.
1. You sell radishes (the sale price) for a dollar a bunch.
2. You purchase radishes (the cost price) for 50 cents a bunch to sell
3. A farmer will purchase
1. What items that you purchase really need a warranty and why? Pick a couple.
The main thing that I buy that needs a warranty is cars. Every time I purchase a new car I make
sure that I buy an extended warranty. I make sure that the vehicle is covered un
In a short essay (not to exceed two pages) explain how you see the treatment
of internal and external customers. Is one more important than the other?
How does this affect quality in the organization?
Please remember to use citations, academic form, and p