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BUSMG OM 323Justin RenFall

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,4: Service Design, Technical Analysis, Voice Of The Customer

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Product specifications involves detailed description of what is needed to meet or exceed customer wants and require collaboration between legal, market
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BUSMG OM 323Justin RenFall

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter Online: Coffeemaker, Cost Accounting, Gross Margin

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Main theme in the entire target costing practice is, what should the new product cost? . Customer comes first in design process and when designers are
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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch.12: Uptodate, Material Requirements Planning

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The sum of lead times that sequential phases of the production or assembly process require from ordering part or raw materials to completion of final a
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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter ch18: OM323TextbookCh18Notes

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Om323 textbook chapter 18 notes february 15, 2017. Queuing theory, which is a mathematical approach to the analysis of waiting lines. 5. the results co
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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 11: Master Production Schedule, Aggregate Demand, Product Design

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Aggregate planning: intermediate-range capacity planning that typically covers a time horizon of 2 - 12 months (some 18 months). Goal to achieve a prod
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BUSMG OM 323Arzum AkkasSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Safety Stock, Stockout, Service Level

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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 13: Barcode, Radio-Frequency Identification, Economic Order Quantity

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2 main concerns level of customer service. *inventory turnover (ratio of annual cost of goods sold to average inventory investment) Periodic system --
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BUSMG OM 323Arzum AkkasSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Universal Product Code, Inventory Turnover, Lead Time

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Independent demand items: items that are ready to be sold or used. Dependent demand items: components of finished products rather than the finished pro
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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 10: Statistical Process Control, Statistic, Type I And Type Ii Errors

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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter ch. 15 pt 2: Ops Part 2 Ch. 15

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Supply component starts at the beginning of the chain and ends with the internal operations of the organization. Demand component of the chain starts a
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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 15: Supplier Relationship Management, Cross-Docking, Small Business

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A supply component and a demand component internal operations of the organization. Supply component starts at the beginning of the chain and ends with
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BUSMG OM 323Paul MorrisonSpring

SMG OM 323 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 14: Customer Satisfaction, Organizational Learning, Overproduction

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Workload leveling: kaizen continuous improvement of the system, jidoka quality at the source (autonomation). Jit/lean philosophy is to pursue a system
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