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BSOP 429

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1.Apply the MPC framework to a college setting. In particular, identify the front end, engine, and back end. 2.Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of cumulative charts (see Figure 4.4) and tabular plans, such as the one shown in Figure 4.5. .....
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Question 1: What kind of warning signals would you like fed back from PAC to MRP? Question 2: Lead times are sometimes called rubbery. What accounts for this concept of elasticity in lead times? .....
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BSOP 429 week 2 iLab .....
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Respond to the following items in a Word document: 1. What are the differences in how bottleneck and non-bottleneck work centers are scheduled under TOC? Why are these differences desirable? 2. Why should buffers be located in front of bottleneck work centers under TOC schedul.....
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Maruchek’s makeshift manufacturing facility has three departments: shaping, pickling, and packing. Maruchek’s orders average 100 pieces per order. Each of the three shaping machines requires 1 hour to set up and can run one piece per minute. The pickling department lowers baskets into brine tanks.....
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BSOP 429 Week 4 iLab .....
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Respond to the following items in a Word document: 1. What are the implications of not allocating material in a shop order after availability checking? 2. Provide some examples of static and dynamic scheduling problems. .....
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Week 5 Assignments 1)Some companies contend that they can never adopt JIT because their suppliers are located all over the country, and the distances are too great. What might you suggest to these firms?   2)How do you go about creating the organizational climate for a successful.....
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BSOP 429 Week 5 iLab .....
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1.What supply chain logistics alternatives are available in JIT environments? How does each work in a make-to-stock versus a make-to-order environment? 2.What objective customer service measurements are available in JIT environments? Compare and contrast those that work best in make-to-stock .....
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Scenario and Summary Construct a WIP (work-in-process) report using the data below. The format must include all of the information in the table below and show an overall cost for each week and a summary cost for each week. This table contains work-in-process values in U.S. dollars. .....
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BSOP 429 Week 7 Homework Assignment .....
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Scenario and Summary Read this short paper on the Critical Path Method (CPM) and how to construct this type of diagram. Then, construct a CPM chart using the following data and note which path is the critical path. Deliverables Using the table above, construct a CPM diagram......
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