OPIM 3104 Assignment 2
Operations Management Due: Monday, September
16.
Please show all your calculations. You can complete the assignment by hand, or if you choose to
send me your solutions via e-mail, you can do the calculations in Microsoft Excel and s

Exam 2
Solutions
OPIM 3104
Problem 1
Supplier 1
Inventory Turns
Weeks of supply
Supplier 2
22.6
2.3
9.25
5.6
Supplier 1 has better performance since it goes through its inventory more quickly
Problem 2
Semester Enrollment Moving Avg. Exp. Smoothing (alpha

OPIM 3104 Assignment 2
Operations Management Due: Monday, September
16.
Problems for Supplement to Chapter 1: Decision Analysis
S1-1: Telecomp is a U.S.-based manufacturer of cellular telephones. It is planning to build a new
manufacturing and distributio

Homework Assignment 3
OPIM 3104: Operations Management
Due: Monday, September 23
Problem 2-1: Backwoods American, Inc., produces expensive water-repellent, down-lined parkas. The
company implemented a total quality-management program in 2005. Following ar

Homework Assignment 8
OPIM 3104
Due: Wednesday, December 4
Problem 9-4:
a) Construct a network from the information in the following table.
b) Identify all the paths in the network
c) Compute the length of each path
d) Indicate the critical path
Activity

Chapter 2 Problem 4
A firm is evaluating the alternative of manufacturing a part that is currently being
outsourced from a supplier. The relevant information is provided below:
For in-house manufacturing
Annual fixed cost = $100,000
Variable cost per part

Solutions (in bold font) to Homework Assignment 3
OPIM 3104: Operations Management
Problem 2-1: Backwoods American, Inc., produces expensive water-repellent, down-lined parkas. The
company implemented a total quality-management program in 2005. Following

Chapter 4
Forecasting
Ch. 4: What is covered?
Moving Average
Weighted Moving Average
Exponential Smoothing
Trend Projections
Version of linear regression
Seasonal Index/Adjusted-Forecast
MAD, CE, Bias, MSE, MAPD
Linear Regression, r, r2
Ch. 4: What is no

Chapter 9
Facility Layout
Objectives of Facility Layout
Minimize material handling costs
Utilize space efficiently
Utilize labor efficiently
Eliminate bottlenecks
Facilitate communication and interaction
between workers, between workers and
their supervis

QUIZ 1
Decision /
Large
Medium
Small
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High DemaLow Demand
$100 M -$50 M
$80 M
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Time
1 Boil Water
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3 Brown Meat
4 Simmer Meat in Sauce
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Exam 1
Review
Exam 1 format
Multiple Choice section- 20 %
closed book, closed notes, closed computer
Use review sheet to study, know definitions and
basic facts about each
Problem section- 80 %
5 problems, based on homework / quizzes
Using excel wil

Exam 1
Review
Exam 1 format
Multiple Choice section- 20 %
closed book, closed notes, closed computer
Use review sheet to study, know definitions and
basic facts about each
Problem section- 80 %
5 problems, based on homework / quizzes
Using excel wil

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Enter the
the flow
flow table
table and
and the
the distance
distance table
table in
in the
the shaded
shaded area.
area. Then
Then either
either enter
enter the
the
room
room NUMBERS
NUMBERS

Error Example
Forecasting
Error Analysis
<-Macro Name
Enter
Enter the
the past
past demands
demands and
and forecasts
forecasts in
in the
the data
data area
area
Data
Period
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
Period 4
Period 5
Period 6
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Error

Error Example
Forecasting
Error Analysis
<-Macro Name
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Enter the
the past
past demands
demands and
and forecasts
forecasts in
in the
the data
data area
area
Data
Period
Period 1
Period 2
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Period 4
Period 5
Period 6
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Chapter 1 - Operations and Productivity
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
11:12 PM
Learning objectives:
1. Define Operations Management
a. Operations Management is the set of activities that creates value in the form of goods and
services by transforming input

OPIM 3014
Chapter 14 Sales and Operations Planning
The Sales and Operations Planning Process
o Sales and Operation Planning: (S&OP): a process for coordinating S& D
o Aggregate: S&OP for product lines or families rather than individual products
o Two obje

OPIM 3014
Chapter 1 Introduction
What Operations and Supply Chain Managers Do
Operation: a function or system that transforms inputs into outputs of greater
value
Operation Management: design, operation, and improvement of productive
systems
Transformatio

OPIM 3014
Chapter 10 Supply Chain Management Strategy and Design
Supply Chains
o Define: the facilities, functions, and activities involved in producing and
delivering a product or service from suppliers (and their suppliers) to
customers (and their custo

Exam 1 Vocab List
Chapter 2
Competitive advantage
Core competencies
Competing on differentiation
Competing on response
Competing on cost
Project
Job-shop or batch production
Mass production
Continuous production
*Professional service
*Service shop
*Mass s

Problem A.20
$3000 to gather information
Under a favorable market
$15,000 for large $5,000 for small
Unfavorable
Lose $20,000 for large, -$10,000 for small
Good prediction: 50%
Favorable market: 70% with no info
Favorable market: 90% with good report

Critical Path
Slack time
Crashing
Gantt Charts
User based quality
Manufacturing based quality
Product based quality
Prevention costs
Appraisal costs
External failure costs
Internal failure costs
Total Quality Management (TQM)
Kaizen
Six Sigma
Benchmarking

Ying Bao
Chasing demand from last month
bascially you're paying everything
3/30/16
Aggregate Planning
Lost sales
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the top.
top. In
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require some
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Exam 1 Probs
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WP
Pick WP because of higher EV
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100 defectives
Bad
300 defectives
Ugly
500 defectives
Good
100 defectives
Bad
300 defectives
Ugly
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This sheet uses the sumproduct functi

#3 - Managing Quality
Quality
Coca-Cola measures key product and package quality attributes by focusing on
ingredients and materials, and regulating manufacturing, bottling and distribution, of The
Coca-Cola Company products to ensure those products meet

Forecasting
Exponential smoothing
Enter
Enter alpha
alpha (between
(between 00 and
and 1),
1), enter
enter the
the past
past demands
demands in
in the
the shaded
shaded column
column then
then enter
enter aa starting
starting
forecast.
forecast. IfIf the

Problem 4.28 w/ Seasonal Factors
Forecasting
Regression/Trend analysis
IfIf this
this is
is trend
trend analysis
analysis then
then simply
simply enter
enter the
the past
past
demands
demands in
in the
the demand
demand column.
column. IfIf this
this is
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values in
in the
the shaded
shaded area.
area. Then
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go to
to TOOLS,
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on the
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menu bar
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