Business Exam 3 CH 9

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Business Exam 3 CH 9
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  1. PRODUCTION
    THE CREATION OF FINISHED GOOS AND SERVICES USE THE FACTORS OF PRODUCTION
  2. PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
    THE TERM USED TO DESCRIBE ALL THE ACTIVITIES MANAGERS DO TO HELP THEIR FIRMS CREATE GOODS
  3. OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
    A SPECIALIZED AREA IN MANAGEMENT THAT CONVERTS OR TRANSFORMS RESOURCES INTO GOODS AND SERVICES
  4. FACILITY LOCATION
    THE PROCESS OF SELECTING A GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION FOR A COMPANY'S OPERATIONS
  5. FACILITY LAYOUT
    THE PHYSICAL ARRANGEMENT OF RESOURCES IN THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
  6. QUALITY
    CONSISTENTLY PRODUCTING WHAT THE CUSTOMER WANTS WHILE REDUCING ERRORS BEFORE AND AFTER DELIVERY TO THE CUSTOMER
  7. SIX SIGMA CONTOL
    A QUALITY MEASURE THAT ALLOWS ONLY 3.4 DEFECTS PER MILLION OPPORTUNITIES
  8. STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL (SQC)
    THE PROCESS SOME MANAGERS USE TO CONTINUALLY MONITOR ALL PHASES OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS TO ASSURE THAT QUALITY IS BEING BUILT INTO THE PRODUCTION FROM THE BEGINNING
  9. STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL (SPC)
    THE PROCESS OF TAKING STATISTICAL SAMPLES OF PRODUCT COMPONENTS AT EACH STAGE OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS AND PLOTTING THOSE RESULTS ON A GRAPH. aNY VARIANCES FROM QUALITY STANDARDS ARE RECOGNIZED AND CAN BE CORRECTED IF BEYOND THE SET STANDARD
  10. QUALITY FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT (QFD)
    A PROCESS OF LINKING THE NEEDS OF END USERS TO DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, ENGINEERING, MANUFACTURING, AND SERVICE FUNCTIONS
  11. ISO 900
    THE COMMON NAME GIVEN TO THE QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND ASSURANCE STANDARDS
  12. ISO 14000
    A COLLECTION OF THE BEST PRACTICES FOR MANAGING AN ORGANIZATION'S IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT
  13. FORM UTILITY
    THE VALUE ADDED BY THE CREATION OF FINISHED GOODS AND SERVICES, SUCH AS THE VALUE ADDED BY TAKING SILICON AND MAKING COMPUTER CHIPS OR PUTTING SERVICES TOGETHER TO CREATE A VACATION PACKAGE
  14. PROCESS MANUFRACTURING
    THAT PART OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS THAT PHYSICALLY OR CHEMICALLY CHANGES MATERIALS
  15. ASSEMBLY PROCESS
    THAT PART OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS THAT PUTS TOGETHER COMPONENTS
  16. CONTINUOUS PROCESS
    A PRODUCTION PROCESS IN WHICH LONG PRODUCTION RUNS TURN OUT FINISHED GOODS OVER TIME
  17. INTERMITTENT PROCESS
    A PRODUCTION PROCESS IN WHICH THE PRODUCTION RUN IS SHORT AND THE MACHINES ARE CHANGED FREQUENTLY TO MAKE DIFFERENT PRODUCTS
  18. MATERIALS REQUREMENT PLANNING (MRP)
    A COMPUTER-BASED PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM THAT USES SALE FORECASTS TO MAKE SURE THAT NEEDED PARTS AND MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE RIGHT TIME AND PLACES
  19. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP)
    A COMPUTER APPLICATION THAT ENABLES MULTIPLE FIRMS TO MANAGE ALL OF THEIR OPERATIONS ON THE BASIS OF A SINGLE, INTEGRATED SET OF CORPORATE DATA
  20. JUST-IN-TIME (JIT) INVENTORY CONTROL
    A PRODUCTION PROCESS IN WHICH A MINIMUM OF INVENTORY IS KEPY ON THE PREMISES AND PARTS, SUPPLIES, AND OTHER NEEDS ARE DELIVERED JUST IN TIME TO GO ON THE ASSEMBLY LINE
  21. PURCHASING
    THE FUNCTION IN A FIRM THAT SEARCHES FOR QUALITY MATERIAL RESOURCES, FINDS THE BEST SUPPLIERS, AND NEGOTIATES THE BEST PRICE FOR GOODS AND SERVICES
  22. FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING
    DESIGNING MACHINES TO DO MULTIPLE TASKS SO THAT THEY CAN PRODUCE A VARIETY OF PRODUCTS
  23. LEAN MANUFACTURING
    THE PRODUCTION OF GOODS USING LESS OF EVERYTHING COMPARED TO MASS PRODUCTION
  24. MASS CUSTOMIZATION
    TAILORING PRODUCTS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMERS
  25. COMPETING IN TIME
    BEING AS FAST AS OR FASTER THAN COMPETITION IN RESPONDING TO CONSUMER WANTS AND NEEDS AND GETTING GOODS AND SERVICES TO THEM
  26. COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD)
    THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN THE DESIGN OF PRODUCTS
  27. COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAM)
    THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN THE MANUFACTURING OF PRODUCTS
  28. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING (CIM)
    THE UNITING OF CAD WITH CAM
  29. PROGRAM EVALUATION AND REVIEW TECHNIQUE (PERT)
    A METHOD FOR ANALYZING THE TASKS INVOLVED IN COMPLETING A GIVEN PROJECT, ESTIMATING THE TIME NEEDED TO COMPLETE EACH TASK, AND IDENTIFYING THE MINIMUM TIME NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE TOTAL PROJECT
  30. CRITICAL PATH
    IN A PERT NETWORK, THE SEQUENCE OF TASKS THAT TAKES THE LONGEST TIME TO COMPLETE
  31. GANTT CHART
    BAR GRAPH SHOWING PRODUCTION MANAGER WHAT PROJECTS ARE BEING WORKED ON AND WHAT STAGE THEY ARE IN AT ANY GIVEN TIME.

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