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BSOP 303 Quiz 1

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com 1. (TCO 4) The Dulac Box plant produces 400 cypress packing boxes in on two-person assembly line during a 10-hour shift. What is the labor productivity of this assembly line? 2. (TCO 4) Susan has a part-time "cottage industry" producing seasonal plywood yard ornaments for resale at local craft fairs and bazaars. She currently works a total of 5 hours per day to produce 15 ornaments. She thinks that by redesigning the ornaments and switching from use of a wood glue to a hot glue gun, she can increase her total production to 20 ornaments per day. What is her percentage increase in productivity 3. (TCO 4) Barbara has her own business as a dressmaker. She makes custom dresses for all occasions. During a year she can make 400 dresses. She currently works 50 weeks a year. What is her productivity? 4. (TCO 4) Gibson Valves produces cast bronze valves on an assembly line, currently producing 2,000 valves during each 8-hour shift. If the productivity is increased by 10%, how much would Gibson be producing? 5. (TCO 2) A mission is _____. 6. (TCO 2) Which of the following activities takes place once the mission has been established? 7. (TCO 2) Which is not a reason for a firm to internationalize operations? 8. (TCO 1) Walter Shewhart is listed among the important people of operations management because of his contributions to which of the following?


9. (TCO 1) Which of the following is not an element of the management process? 10. (TCO 2) Which of the following does not represent a reason for globalizing operations? 1. (TCO 1) Mass customization and rapid product development were identified as current trends in modern manufacturing operations. What is the relationship, if any, between these trends? Please cite two examples 2. (TCO 1) Services are often produced and consumed simultaneously. Provide two examples, and explain why they are produced and consumed simultaneously. 3. (TCO 2) Define mission and strategy. Describe how a firm's mission and strategy differ. 4. (TCO 2) How does an OM strategy change during a product‘s life cycle? 5. (TCO 2) The text provides three strategic approaches for achieving competitive advantage. Provide an example of each not provided in the text. Support your choices. **********************************************************

BSOP 303 Quiz 5

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com 1. (TCO 8) A good layout requires determining: 2. (TCO 8) A process-oriented layout is best suited for:


3. (TCO 8) Which of the following is not an advantage of drop shipping? 4. (TCO 8) One of the major advantages of process-oriented layouts is: 5. (TCO 11) In the make-or-buy decision, one of the reasons for “making� is: 6. (TCO 11) In the make-or-buy decision, one of the reasons for buying is: 7. (TCO 11) Japanese manufacturers often take a middle ground between purchasing from a few suppliers and vertical integration. This approach is 8. (TCO 11) Building a chain of suppliers that focuses on maximizing value to the ultimate customer is: 9. (TCO 11) Long-term partnering with a few suppliers is a supply-chain strategy that creates value by allowing suppliers to 10. (TCO 11) A rice mill in south Louisiana purchases the trucking firm that transports packaged rice to distributors. This is an example of: 1. (TCO 8) For each of the following products or operations, indicate the most appropriate type of layout. 2. (TCO 8) Describe at least five of the advantages of work cells. 3. (TCO 11) What are the objectives of Supply Chain management? Identify three ways that this is accomplished 4. (TCO 11) What does the term off shoring mean? 5. (TCO 11) What is the Pareto Principle, and how does it relate to Inventory Management? 6. (TCO 11) Name the types of inventories for a banking institution, an automobile manufacturer, and a hospital? 7. (TCO 11) What are the three aspects of ethics in the supply chain? **********************************************************

BSOP 303 Quiz 6


For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com 1. (TCO 3) Which one of the following is a benefit of the implementation of JIT? 2. (TCO 3) In JIT partnerships, suppliers have several concerns. Which of the following are concerns? 3. (TCO 3) Which one of the following is a concern expressed by suppliers? 4. (TCO 3) Just-in-time systems make demands on layouts, except: 5. (TCO 3) Level schedules: 6. (TCO 12) __________ scheduling begins as soon as the requirements are known. 7. (TCO 12) The short-term scheduling activity called loading: 8. (TCO 12) A chase strategy is: 9. (TCO 12) Which of the following aggregate planning strategies is not a "capacity option"? 10. (TCO 12) Short range plans are associated with: 1. (TCO 3) Match the following terms with their correct definition 2. (TCO 3) Define the linkage of continuous improvement and TPS 3. (TCO 3) What is the relationship of Lean Operations and JIT in a service environment and a manufacturing environment? 4. (TCO 3) What are three ways in which JIT and the Cost of Quality are related? 5. (TCO 12) The correct scheduling technique depends on the volume of orders, the nature of operations, and the overall complexity of jobs, as well as the importance based on four scheduling criteria. What are the four criteria? 6. (TCO 12) What makes short-term scheduling of strategic importance? 7. (TCO 12) What are the five shared characteristics that makes yield management of interest to organizations with perishable inventories?


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1. (TCO 4) The Dulac Box plant produces 400 cypress packing boxes in on two-person assembly line during a 10-hour shift. What is the labor p...

BSOP 303 Innovative Education--snaptutorial.com  

1. (TCO 4) The Dulac Box plant produces 400 cypress packing boxes in on two-person assembly line during a 10-hour shift. What is the labor p...

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