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RSM 100 Final Exam Study Notes

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Department
Rotman Commerce
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RSM100Y1
Professor
Michael Szlachta
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RSM 100 Final Exam Study Notes
11. Producing Goods & Services
Service operations production activities that yield tangible & intangible service products
Goods production production activities that yield tangible products
Utility power of a product to satisfy a human want; something of value
Time utility quality of a product satisfying a human want bec of time @ which made available
Place utility quality of a product satisfying human want bec of where its made available
Ownership (possession) utility during its consumption / use
Form utility because of its form; requires raw materials to be transformed into a finished product
Operations (production) management systematic direction & control of processes that transform
resources into finished goods
Production managers responsible for ensuring operations processes create value & provide
benefits
Operations process set of methods & tech used in production of a good / service
Analytic process any production process in which resources are broken down
Synthetic process any production process in which resources are combined
High-contact system system in which service cant be provided w/o customer being physically
present
Low-contact system system in which service can be provided w/o customer physically in system
Operations capability (production capability) activity / process that production must do
especially well, with high proficiency
Process layout way of organizing production activities such that equipment & ppl are grouped
together according to function
Cellular layout layout used to produce goods when families of products can follow similar flow
paths
Product layout way of organizing production activities so equip. & ppl set up produce 1 type of
good
Assembly line type of product layout in which partially finished product moves through plant on
conveyor belt (or other equip.)
Lean manufacturing involves getting rid of traditional assembly lines altogether. Suppliers pre-
assemble many specific parts into modules, then production workers combine to finish product
U-shaped production lines production layout in which machines placed in narrow U shape
rather than straight line
Flexible manufacturing system (FMS) production system that allows single factory to produce
small batches of different goods on same production line
Soft manufacturing reducing huge FMS operations to smaller, more manageable groups of
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machines
Service flow analysis an analysis that shows process flows necessary to provide service to
customers; allows managers to determine which are necessary
Master production schedule showing which products will be produced, when production will
take place, & what resources
Gantt chart scheduling tool that diagrams steps to be performed & specifies time required to
complete each
PERT chart production schedule specifying sequence & critical path for performing steps in a
project
Operations control managers monitor production performance by comparing results w/ plans &
schedules
Inventory control receiving, storing, handling & counting of all raw materials, partly finished &
finished goods
Purchasing acquisition of all raw materials & services that company needs to produce products
Holding costs costs of keeping extra supplies / inventory on hand
Lead times in purchasing control, gap between customers placement of order & sellers shipment
Just-in-time (JIT) production method of inventory control in which materials are acquired & put
into production as needed
Material requirements planning (MRP) method of inventory control in which computerized bill
of materials is used to estimate production needs so that resources are acquired & put into
production only as needed
Bill of materials basically a recipe for the finished product
Manufacturing resource planning (MRP II) an advanced version of MRP that ties together all
parts of the organization into the companys production activities
12. Increasing Productivity & Quality
Productivity measure of economic performance that measures how much is produced relative to
resources used to produce it
Labour productivity partial productivity ratio calculated by dividing GDP by total # of workers
Total quality management (TQM) all activities necessary for getting high-quality g&s into
marketplace
Performance quality features of a product & how well it performs
Quality reliability consistency of repeatability of performance
Quality ownership idea that quality belongs to each person who creates / destroys it while
performing job
Competitive product analysis process by which a company analyzes competitors products to
identify desirable improvements
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Value-added analysis evaluation of all work activities, material flows & paperwork to determine
value added
Statistical process control (SPC) statistical analysis techniques that allow managers to analyze
variations in production data & to detect when adjustments are needed to create high-quality
reliability products
Process variation any change in employees, materials, work methods, or equip that affects output
quality
Control chart statistical process control method in which results of test sampling of a product are
plotted on diagram that reveals when process is beginning to depart from normal operating
conditions
Quality/cost studies method of improving product quality by assessing firms current quality-
related costs & identifying areas with greatest cost-saving potential
Internal failures expenses incurred during production & before bad product leaves plant
External failures expenses incurred when defective products are allowed to leave factory & to
consumers
Quality improvement (QI) teams TQM tool in which groups of employees work tougher to
improve quality
Benchmarking comparing quality of firms output with quality of industry leaders
ISO 9000 certification program attesting to fact that factory, lab or office has met rigorous
quality mgmt requirements set by International Organization for Standardization
ISO 14000 has improved environmental performance
Business process re-engineering redesigning of business processes to improve performance,
quality & productivity
Supply chain flow of info, materials & services that start with raw-materials suppliers &
continues thru other stages in operations process until product reaches end customer
The Re-Engineering Process
1. Identify the business activity that will be changed.
2.Evaluate info & HR to see if can meet reqs for change.
3.Diagnose current process to identify strengths & weaknesses.
4.Create new process design.
5. Implement new design.
Supply chain management (SCM) principle of looking @ chain as a whole to improve overall flow
thru system
Continuous improvement ongoing commitment to improving products & processes, step by step,
in pursuit of ever-increasing customer satisfaction
14. Understanding Accounting Issues
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RSM 100 Final Exam Study Notes 11. Producing Goods & Services Service operations production activities that yield tangible & intangible service products Goods production production activities that yield tangible products Utility power of a product to satisfy a human want; something of value Time utility quality of a product satisfying a human want bec of time @which made available Place utility quality of a product satisfying human want bec of where its made available Ownership (possession) utility during its consumption use Form utility because of its form; requires raw materials to be transformed into a finished product Operations (production) management systematic direction & control of processes that transform resources into finished goods Production managers responsible for ensuring operations processes create value & provide benefits Operations process set of methods & tech used in production of a good service Analytic process any production process in which resources are broken down Synthetic process any production process in which resources are combined High-contact system system in which service cant be provided wo customer being physically present Low-contact system system in which service can be provided wo customer physically in system Operations capability (production capability) activity process that production must do especially well, with high proficiency Process layout way of organizing production activities such that equipment & ppl are grouped together according to function Cellular layout layout used to produce goods when families of products can follow similar flow paths Product layout way of organizing production activities so equip. & ppl set up produce 1 type of good Assembly line type of product layout in which partially finished product moves through plant on conveyor belt (or other equip.) Lean manufacturing involves getting rid of traditional assembly lines altogether. Suppliers pre- assemble many specific parts into modules, then production workers combine to finish product U-shaped production lines production layout in which machines placed in narrow U shape rather than straight line Flexible manufacturing system (FMS) production system that allows single factory to produce small batches of different goods on same production line Soft manufacturing reducing huge FMS operations to smaller, more manageable groups of www.notesolution.commachines Service flow analysis an analysis that shows process flows necessary to provide service to customers; allows managers to determine which are necessary Master production schedule showing which products will be produced, when production will take place, & what resources Gantt chart scheduling tool that diagrams steps to be performed & specifies time required to complete each PERT chart production schedule specifying sequence & critical path for performing steps in a project Operations control managers monitor production performance by comparing results w plans & schedules Inventory control receiving, storing, handling & counting of all raw materials, partly finished & finished goods Purchasing acquisition of all raw materials & services that company needs to produce products Holding costs costs of keeping extra supplies inventory on hand Lead times in purchasing control, gap between customers placement of order & sellers shipment Just-in-time (JIT) production method of inventory control in which materials are acquired & put into production as needed Material requirements planning (MRP) method of inventory control in which computerized bill of materials is used to estimate production needs so that resources are acquired & put into production only as needed Bill of materials basically a recipe for the finished product Manufacturing resource planning (MRP II) an advanced version of MRP that ties together all parts of the organization into the companys production activities 12. Increasing Productivity & Quality Productivity measure of economic performance that measures how much is produced relative to resources used to produce it Labour productivity partial productivity ratio calculated by dividing GDP by total # of workers Total quality management (TQM) all activities necessary for getting high-quality g&s into marketplace Performance quality features of a product & how well it performs Quality reliability consistency of repeatability of performance Quality ownership idea that quality belongs to each person who creates destroys it while performing job Competitive product analysis process by which a company analyzes competitors products to identify desirable improvements www.notesolution.com
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