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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Anxiety, Purchasing Manager, Material Requirements Planning

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Planning and control: a set of tactical and execution level business activities that include master scheduling, material requirements planning, and som
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Job Shop, Business Process, Production Line (Ice Hockey)

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General principles to keep in mind when selecting a manufacturing process: Selecting an effective manufacturing process means much more than just choos
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Fixed Cost, Making Money, Decision Tree Learning

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Capacity: the capability of a worker, a machine, a work center, a plant, or an organization to produce output in a time period. In making decisions, ma
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Average Absolute Deviation, Delphi Method, Gauge Theory

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Forecast: an estimate of the future level of some variable, common variables that are forecasted include demand levels, supply levels, and price. Deman
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Six Sigma, Central Tendency, Process Capability

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Quality: (a) the characteristics of a product or service that bear on its ability to satisfy stated or implied needs (b) a product or service that is f
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Reference Model, E-Commerce, Anheuser-Busch

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1. 1 why study operations and supply chain management. Every organization must make a product or provide a service that someone values. Every organizat
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Total Factor Productivity, Service Design, Dmaic

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Process: a set of logically related tasks or activities performed to achieve a defined business outcome (apics description) Primary process: those that
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PSUSCM 405Heather LutzFall

SCM 405 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8(8.1-8.4): Call Centre, Random Variable, Standard Deviation

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8:45 pm: most annoying form of supply and demand mismatch is waiting time, two different types of waiting time. When expected demand rate exceeds the e
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Yield Management, Maximum Capacity, Management System

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Determining the quantity and timing of production for the intermediate future (~3-18 months) Aggregate planning: the process brings together all the pl
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Critical Path Method, Project Manager

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Project: a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result. Unlike other business activities, a project has a clear starti
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Taiichi Ohno, Overproduction, Six Sigma

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Just-in-time (jit): philosophy of manufacturing based on planned elimination of all waste and on continuous improvement of productivity. Applies to all
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PSUSCM 301Heather LutzSpring

SCM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Barcode, Outsourcing, Reverse Logistics

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Managing logistics is done in effort to improve cost, flexibility, and delivery performance. Sustainability: performing activities in a manner that mee
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