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Strayer Bus430 quiz 5




Bus430 quiz 5;Question 1;Which type of layout is best for high volumes of demand with few if any setups/changeovers?;Answer;Product;Process;Cellular;Fixed position;Question 2;Which of the following isnota common approach for designing process layouts?;Answer;CRAFT;ALDEP;NIOSH;CORELAP;Question 3;All of the following are common objectives of layout studiesexcept;Answer;Minimize delays in materials handling and customer movement;Minimize the number of workstations;Provide for good housekeeping and maintenance;Maintain flexibility;Question 4;Which of the following isnota disadvantage of virtual teams?;Answer;Security;Working hours;Synchronizing calendars;Socialization;Question 5;For a given cycle time in line balancing, assembly-line efficiency can beincreasedby;Answer;Speeding the line;Slowing the line;Decreasing the number of work stations;Increasing the number of work stations;Question 6;All of the following are limitations to process layoutexcept;Answer;Higher movement and transportation costs;More complicated planning and control systems;Longer total processing time;Limited range of products;Question 7;Considering ergonomics, which of the following doesnotfit?;Answer;Improving productivity;Group technology;Designing equipment and instrumentation;Considering physical capability of people;Question 8;The production of large goods such as airplanes is best accomplished using a ____ layout.;Answer;Product;Process;Cellular;Fixed position;Question 9;is vertical expansion of job duties to give the worker more responsibility.;Answer;Job enlargement;Job rotation;Job enrichment;Job design;Question 10;The typical layout of facilities in a hospital would be an example of a ____ layout.;Answer;Product;Process;Cellular;Fixed position;Question 11;The determination of specific job tasks and responsibilities is called ____.;Answer;Job design;Ergonomics;Job enlargement;Job enrichment;Question 12;An assembly line with 28 activities is to be balanced. The total amount of time required for all 28 activities is 39 minutes. The line will operate for 450 minutes per day. What must the cycle time be to achieve an output rate of 400 units/day?;Answer;1.39 minutes;11.54 minutes;1.125 minutes;0.89 minutes;Question 13;A(n) ____ performs entire jobs rather than specialized, assembly line work.;Answer;Virtual team;Self-managed team;Natural work team;Ergonomic team;Question 14;A ____ layout is an arrangement based on self-contained groups of equipment needed to produce a particular set of goods or services.;Answer;Product;Process;Cellular;Fixed position;Question 15;classifies parts into families so that cellular layouts can be effectively used.;Answer;Ergonomics;Job enlargement;Group technology;CRAFT;Question 16;Which one of the following isnotdirectly related to a supply chain?;Answer;Distribution center;Inventory;Promotion/Advertising;Supplier;Question 17;The weights typically used in the center-of-gravity method are;Answer;Transportation costs;Distances;Volumes of goods;Times;Question 18;A contract manufacturer can offer significant competitive advantages. Which one of the following isnotan advantage of using a contract manufacturer.;Answer;Access to advanced manufacturing technologies;Faster product time-to-market;Lower costs from economies of scale;Standardized design;Question 19;Factors such as managers' preferences, services and taxes, available transportation systems, banking services and environmental impacts would bemostclosely related to which level of the facility location hierarchy?;Answer;Global (National) location;Regional location;District or community location;Local site selection;Question 20;A pull system;Answer;requires high levels of finished goods inventory;relies heavily on accurate sales forecasts;waits for customer orders;necessitates standardized products;Question 21;All of the following are considered non-economic factors in location decisionsexcept;Answer;Availability of labor;Employee empowerment;Transportation services;Quality of life;Question 22;The metric "perfect order fulfillment" is often used to measure ____.;Answer;Delivery reliability;Responsiveness;Supply chain efficiency;Supply chain financial performance;Question 23;The point in the supply chain that separates the push system from the pull system is called the;Answer;Reversal point;Push-pull boundary;Postponement site;Center of gravity;Question 24;Managing the flow of goods and materials from the customer backward through the supply chain is called;Answer;Reverse Logistics;The Pull System;The Push System;Response Management;Question 25;A(n) ____ produces goods in advance of customer demand using a forecast of sales and moves them to points of sale where they are stored as finished goods inventory.;Answer;Responsive supply chain;Efficient supply chain;Push system;Pull system;Question 26;A firm that specializes in certain types of goods-producing activities, such as customized design, manufacturing, assembly, and packaging, and works for end users is called a ____.;Answer;Responsive supply chain;Contract manufacturer;Distribution center;Vendor-managed inventory supplier;Question 27;Where in its supply chain does Dell, Inc. begin to use a pull system?;Answer;supplier;factory;distribution center;customer;Question 28;For General Motors' supply chain, the ____ is the push-pull boundary.;Answer;Supplier;Factory;Dealer;Custom;Question 29;A(n) ____ produces only what is needed at upstream stages in the supply chain in response to customer demand signals.;Answer;Responsive supply chain;Efficient supply chain;Push system;Pull system;Question 30;is the process of delaying product customization until the product is closer to the customer at the end of a supply chain.;Answer;Postponement;Sourcing;Deferral;Multisite management


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