MGT 311 SEU Marketing Management Assignment

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Go to the page entitled “Problems” at the end of chapter 6 in the textbook (ebook).

Read the problem number 6, about the furniture factory, and answer the

following questions.

a. What is the capacity of the system and what is the bottleneck? (1pt)
b. What are the throughput times for batches of large and small tables.(1 pt)
c. When producing at a rate of six small tables per hour on average, how

many tables will be in the system? (1 pt)
d. Draw the flowchart. (2pts)

! ! College of Business Administration! MGT311- Marketing Management! Assignment-1! Course Code : MGT 311 Student’s Name: Academic Year: 1439/1440 H Students ID Number: Semester: 2 Students Grade: CRN: Level of Mark : ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Application ! ! Go to the page entitled “Problems” at the end of chapter 6 in the textbook (ebook). Read the problem number 6, about the furniture factory, and answer the following questions. ! ! a. What is the capacity of the system and what is the bottleneck? (1pt) b. What are the throughput times for batches of large and small tables.(1 pt) c. When producing at a rate of six small tables per hour on average, how many tables will be in the system? (1 pt) d. Draw the flowchart. (2pts)

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KathyBlaq
School: Boston College

Name Professor Class Date Marketing Management Assignment Capacity of a system is defined as the maximum number of outputs that the system can process in a unit time.Throughput time refers to the total amount of time that a product takes in the manufacturing process to transform from a raw material to a finished product.Inventory = Rate * Time Cutting wood capacity: 15 per hour Making 4 legs capacity: 10 per hour Making tops capacity: 8 per hour Finishing wood capacity: 12 per hour Assembling and shipping capacity: 14 per hour Bottleneck of a system refers to a process in the system with the lowest capacity or the process with the longest processing time of one output. The bottleneck of the syste...

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