Tarleton State University System Analysis and Design Inbound Logistics Discussion

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. (10 points) Map the value chain of that organization. a. Using the blank value chain provided in the response format, fill it in for the organization below. 3. (10points) From the scenario, identify the RAGE factors for all parties in the scenario. Where appropriate, feel free to make assumptions (but mark them! Say “Nagy, this is an assumption…”), and link all roles with actions and goals and link all actions to an environment. Use the Chart provided, and feel free to add............................. See file for more details


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Hello! This is the second of two word problems for Systems Analysis and Design. This is designed to test your understanding of course model concepts along with organizational and systems diagramming. This assignment is worth 100 points. This assignment is due on November 11. Here are the following requirements and questions: 1. (10 points) First, write an honor statement - the statement should, at a minimum address two of the sub-items. ​Also, and this is important, you must write a unique statement for each assignment.​ Why? How honorable is it to copy and paste a statement when you are being asked to do otherwise? Where is the integrity in that? In the context of writing, that is just laziness! Now coding or programming - it’s a different story...but this isn’t programming, now is it? a. In this statement, tell me that this is your own work b. That you’re not going to copy someone else c. That you’re not going to copy this question and give it to anyone else d. That you’re going to abide by the honor code e. That anyone who trusts you is right in doing so - that you’re good at keeping your word. Then, for the scenario below, 2. (10 points) Map the value chain of that organization. a. Using the blank value chain provided in the response format, fill it in for the organization below. 3. (10points) From the scenario, identify the RAGE factors for all parties in the scenario. Where appropriate, feel free to make assumptions (but mark them! Say “Nagy, this is an assumption…”), and link all roles with actions and goals and link all actions to an environment. Use the Chart provided, and feel free to add additional cells as the number of cells provided may or may not align with all of the items from the case. a. Roles b. Actions c. Goals d. Environment 4. (70 points) Create the necessary analysis diagrams to model the organization. a. Diagrams cannot be hand drawn! Any hand drawn diagrams will not be accepted. Any program is acceptable to use - Power Point, Paint… b. Use Case Diagrams i. Create the level 0 ii. Create the level 1 iii. Create the level 2 - ALL identified from the level 1 diagram. c. Activity Diagrams iv. Create the level 1 v. Create the level 2 - ALL identified from the level 1 diagram. d. Class Diagram Here is the scenario for the assignment: The Cocoa Shop (TCS) is a chocolate boutique in a small town in Mandeville, Virginia. It is a specialty candy shop that makes unique candy and chocolate from the cocoa plant located in Indonesia, Ghana, Brazil, and Ecuador. Once the bean is processed and treated, TCS makes some of the most delicious and tasty candies and chocolates. The shop has been in business for almost 20 years and has continued to do very well. TCS is a family owned business. There are currently five employees – the owner, the store manager, the chocolatier, and two support staff members. At the back of the store, their kitchen produces all of their handmade confectionary. Over the past few years, TCS has experienced tremendous growth and has managed the growth fairly well. The owner has decided to open a second retail shop in a nearby city (Christiana, Virginia). The original boutique will supply all of the products to this new location. Here is the format for the response of the assignment: 1. Honor statement: (Remember, at a minimum, two items - and don’t be lazy! Write a new statement.) 2. Value Chain Analysis - in the past, some students have just filled out the Value Chain with the Value Chain segments...this will earn you zero (0) points! From the scenario, what is an inbound logistic? What is an operation? Etc...fill these items into the Value Chain provided...notice how each segment is already labeled? 3. RAGE factors from the case Role(s) Action(s) for each role Goal(s) Environment Example: Action 1 for role 1 Goal 1 for role 1 Environment 1 for Role 1 action 1 Action 2 for role 1 Role 2 Action 1 for role 2 Environment 2 for actoin 2 Goal 1 for role 2 Environment 1 for action 1 etc... 4. Diagrams - Remember! Appropriately label everything - if it is not labeled, it doesn’t count! Also, no hand-drawn diagrams.
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SYSTEM ANALYSIS

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System Analysis
Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date

SYSTEM ANALYSIS

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System Analysis
Honor statement
I hereby declare that this is my original work and has not been submitted anywhere as
someone else’s work. I also affirm without any reasonable doubt that the question has not
been disclosed to another person. The work is done with close regard to the code of honor.
Value Chain Analysis for the Cocoa Shop (TCS)

For this scenario, Inbound Logistics include supply of cocoa beans to TCS
from cocoa plants in Indonesia, Ghana, Brazil and Ecuador
For this scenario, operations include processing and treatment of cocoa
beans, manual preparation of confectionary

For this scenario, marketing and sales includes uniqueness in brand name,
uniqueness in products, direct selling to customers in Mandeville and selling
through retail shop in Christiana.
For this scenario, Services include candy and chocolate

For this
scenario,
Human
resources
include owner,
store manager,
chocolatier and
two support
staff members

For this
scenario, Firm
infrastructure
includes the
kitchen, kitchen
equipment and
the boutique
front store

For this scenario,
Procurement
includes supply of
cocoa beans to
TCS from cocoa
plants in
Indonesia, Ghana,
Brazil and
Ecuador; Supply
of products to the
new retail shop

SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

For this
scenario,
Technology
includes the
processing and
treat...


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