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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Study Guide - Final Guide: Standard Operating Procedure, Dependent And Independent Variables, Statistical Process Control

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11 May 2016
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Cp and cpk (measure phase): ability of the process to meet customer based design specifications of a product/service o. Test process data for normality
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Statistical Process Control, Check Sheet, Scatter Plot

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11 May 2016
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Non-statistical methods of analysis: data plots, other (check sheets, diagrams, matrices, and charts) Look for outliers; treat them as signals of speci
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dmaic, Location Test

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11 May 2016
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Conversion Of Units, Analysis Of Variance, Failure Mode And Effects Analysis

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11 May 2016
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Scamper tool how can we make x better by ? : substitute, combine, adapt, modify, put to other uses, eliminate, reverse/rearrange. 20 questions: q1-10,
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Simple Random Sample, Systematic Sampling, Dmaic

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11 May 2016
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Operational definition what something is and how to measure it: pick a product/process characteristic and proceed to ctq. The way measurements are bein
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RUTGERS07:080:233Tyler WashburnSpring

07:080:233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Viewfinder, Long Shot

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21 Apr 2016
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The selection and arrangement of objects in certain positions. Guidelines of composition: simplicity, the rule of thirds, lines, form & color, angle of
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Usaa, Apache Hadoop, Business Intelligence

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21 Apr 2016
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Improved time to value: usaa bi lab, uc irvine health. As you promote bi capabilities, focus as much as possible on the benefits your solution will del
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Data Architecture, Data Quality, Spreadsheet

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21 Apr 2016
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Conduct research via trade shows, consult with analyst firms. Your recommendations will be rejected out of fear, uncertainty, job protection and other
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ken Wilber, Text Mining, Cognos

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21 Apr 2016
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The future of bi: make bi relevant to everyone. Framework for prioritizing innovation: use mvp" to assess your company"s innovation priorities, m for m
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RUTGERS33:630:385Richard SchaefferFall

33:630:385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Internal Validity, Causality Conditions, Test Market

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18 Apr 2016
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Examining relaionships using descripive data: to see causal impact of independent variable on dependent variable, descripive data measures degree of as
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RUTGERS33:630:385Richard SchaefferFall

33:630:385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Multinomial Logistic Regression, Dependent And Independent Variables, Exponential Function

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18 Apr 2016
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Limitaions: requires respondent to think about each atribute individually, determining importance of each atribute oten diicult task, paricularly as #
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RUTGERS33:630:385Richard SchaefferFall

33:630:385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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18 Apr 2016
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Determines if mean for one group staisically difers from mean of second group: for descripive data, test typically used to compare two market segments,
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RUTGERS33:630:385Richard SchaefferFall

33:630:385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Collinearity, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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18 Apr 2016
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Sales a = 500 - 10 pricea + 5 priceb use numeric variables to predict sales. Dummy coding dummy variables est. indicate the impact of the category on d
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RUTGERS33:630:385Richard SchaefferFall

33:630:385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Focus Group

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18 Apr 2016
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Typically yields more in-depth informaion from each respondent: survey: focus groups, individual interviews, observaional: personal observaion methods.
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Business Intelligence, Big Data, Netflix

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2 Apr 2016
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Organizing for success: given the myriad ways that business intelligence reaches across an enire organizaion, atenion to organizaional issues can accel
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Software Development Process, Waterfall Model, Timeboxing

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2 Apr 2016
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Waterfall sotware development process: tradiional approach to sotware development, linear progression, requirements up front, saves development costs ,
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Reverse Innovation, Prevailing Wage

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2 Apr 2016
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Some moivaions for internaional expansion: increase size of potenial market for a irm"s products and services. Gain access to consumers in emerging mar
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Executive Compensation, Agency Cost, Financial Statement

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2 Apr 2016
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Corporate governance: a system for managing relaionships among stakeholders in an organizaion to determine and control: Ensure that top-level managers"
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Market Power, Vertical Integration, Cash Flow

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2 Apr 2016
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Corporate-level strategy: focuses on building value by managing operaions in muliple businesses, addresses two issues: What businesses should a corpora
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Due Diligence, Control Premium, Market Power

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2 Apr 2016
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M&a"s track record: the objecive of m&a: create value for shareholders, track record: Shareholders of acquired irms oten earn above-average returns. Sh
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gross Margin, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Gross Profit

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2 Apr 2016
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Types of raios: there are many types of raios, including the following commonly-used categories: Proit: proit: the amount let over ater expenses are su
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Competitor Analysis, Step One, Track Records

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2 Apr 2016
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Chapter 6 compeiive rivalry and compeiive dynamics. Compeitors are irms operaing in the same market, ofering similar products, and targeing similar cus
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cost Leadership, Switching Barriers, Customer Service

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30 Mar 2016
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Low cost posiion relaive to the irm"s peers. Relaionships throughout the value chain are managed to reduce cost: difereniaion. Create products / servic
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Training And Development, Value Chain, Private Label

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30 Mar 2016
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3 analyzing the internal environment of the firm. The excess of what the customer is willing to pay (revenue) over a irm"s costs: firms with an advanta
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Strategic Management, Competitive Advantage, Stakeholder Management

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30 Mar 2016
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What is strategic management: the goal of strategic management: to create and sustain compeiive advantage, strategic management consists of three key p
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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Swot Analysis, Volcker Rule, Cloud Computing

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30 Mar 2016
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2 analyzing the external environment of the firm. Why analyze: idenify business opportuniies, idenify threats, make forecasts, provide input into strat
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Information System, Technobabble, Business Intelligence

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30 Mar 2016
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Frustraion: business and it have a great deal of diiculty communicaing, clearly because of diferent language and diferent mind-sets. , it is the main r
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Application Programming Interface, Dow Chemical Company, Businessobjects

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30 Mar 2016
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Chapter 5 catalyst for success, the loft efect. While loft is not a pre-requisite for wild success, it is a common characterisic among the more success
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Business Intelligence

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30 Mar 2016
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Execuive support is the key to success for almost any company-wide iniiaive: execuives can clear the path for many poliical, organizaional and technica
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Business Agility, Online Analytical Processing, Data Mining

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30 Mar 2016
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Bi front end: front end tools are needed for successful bi, needed: Ease of use: will help to increase user acceptance and use. Dashboards and scorecar
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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture 9: bi 9

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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture 8: bi 8

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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture 1: bi 1

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RUTGERS33:799:490Andrew HolzeimerFall

33:799:490 Lecture 2: bi 2

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RUTGERS33:620:492Ed HubbardFall

33:620:492 Lecture 4: bpol 4

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25 Mar 2016
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Scope Creep, Kaizen, Cellular Manufacturing

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23 Mar 2016
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Capacity Utilization, Full-Time Equivalent, Value Stream Mapping

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23 Mar 2016
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Farmington, inc. makes a wide variety of propane tanks. The business is seasonal with may through october being their busy season. During this period,
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Overproduction

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23 Mar 2016
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Lean: improve performance by reducing waste, value-added any activity in a process that is essential to deliver the service/product to the customer. Mu
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Project Charter, Proj Construction, Six Sigma

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23 Mar 2016
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A strategy to improve process quality by identifying and eliminating defects and minimizing variation. Goal: attain less than 3. 4 defects per million
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RUTGERS33:799:460Ajay DasFall

33:799:460 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Process Flow Diagram

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23 Mar 2016
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Process: a series of actions, changes, or functions bringing about a result, connected worksteps, sequenced order of worksteps, standardized work pract
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