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Lecture 6

GMS 401 Lecture 6: GMS 401 Lecture 6/ Powerpoint notes

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Global Management Studies
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GMS 401
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GMS 401 Lecture 6 Outline Learning Curves Concept LearningCurve Effect Applying the Learning Curve Strategic Implications of Learning Curves Limitations of Learning Curves Learning Curves Concept Learning usually occurs when humans are involved Basic Consideration in workjob design Predict how learning will affect: Task Times and Task Costs Typical Scientific Management Approach in Designing o Breaking Job to set of Tasks Breaking each Task into sequence of Elements Breaking each Element into a sequence of Motions Human Performance: improves when activities are done repetitively Time: Required to perform a task decreases with increasing repetitions = Learning Curves: Shows this phenomenon Learning Curves: (Sometimes called Experience Curves) The premise that people and organizations get Better at their tasks as the tasks are repeated Learning Curve Effect Time per repetition decreases as the number of repetition increases. Takes less time to complete each addition unit a firm produces
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