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Operation Management

Operation Management


Operation Management


Q1. (a) "Project Control should always focus on the critical path" comment.

Q1. (b) Discuss the product design philosophy behind industrial design and design for manufacturing and assembly. Which one do you think is more important in a customer focused product development?

Q2. (a) Explain how having more work in process inventory can improve the Efficiency of a process. How can this be bad?

Q2. (b) Is there an inconsistency when a company requires precise time standards and encourages job enlargement?

Q3. (a) How does the production volume affect break even analysis?

Q3. (b) What is meant by a process? Describe its important features.

Q4. (a) What is the objective of assembly line balancing? How would you deal with the situation where one worker, although trying hard, is 20 percent slower than the other 10 people on a line?

Q4. (b) Consider a department store. Which departments probably should not be Located near each other? Would any departments benefit from close proximity?

Q5. (a) List some occupations or sporting events where the ending is a dominant element in evaluating success. Explain?

Q5. (b)  "If line employees are required to work on quality improvement activities, their productivity will suffer." Discuss.

Q6. (a) What recent changes have caused supply chain management to gain importance?

Q6. (b) Management may choose to build up capacity in anticipation of demand or in response to developing demand. Cite the advantages and disadvantages of both approaches.


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