GSCM206 Quiz Week 7

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GSCM206 Quiz Week 7
(TCO 3) Which of the following is not generally found in JIT environments? (Points : 3)

 

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GSCM206 Quiz Week 7

GSCM206 Quiz Week 7

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(TCO 3) Which of the following is not generally found in JIT environments? (Points : 3)

Push systems

Low amounts of waste in the form of time and production waste

Very small amount of variability

Low inventory stockpiles

(TCO 3) In JIT partnerships, suppliers have several concerns. Which of the following are concerns? (Points : 3)

Diversification

Poor customer scheduling

Customers’ infrequent engineering changes small lot sizes

Producing high enough quality levels

All of the above

(TCO 3) Which of the following is a goal of JIT partnerships? (Points : 3)

Reduce inventory and variability

Increase variability

Increase in-transit inventory

Elimination of engineering changes

(TCO 3) Which one of the following is not a layout tactic in a JIT environment? (Points : 3)

Work cells for families of products

Cross training of workers

Maximizing distance

Poka-yoke devices

(TCO 3) Kanban is associated with all of the following except (Points : 3)

Slack in schedules.

Reducing setup time.

Pull systems.
Signaling when it is time for the next batch.

(TCO 3) Which of the following is generally found in most JIT environments? (Points : 3)

A push or pull system, depending upon the rate of demand
A push system for high margin items and a pull system for low margin items
A push system for purchased parts and a pull system for manufactured parts

Push systems

Pull systems

(TCO 3) What does TPS stand for? (Points : 3)

Total Production Streamlining

Toyota Production System

Taguchi’s Production S’s

Total Process Simplification

None of the above

(TCO 3) What is the time required to move orders through the production process from receipt to delivery? (Points : 3)

Throughput

Manufacturing cycle time

Pull time

Push time

Queuing time

(TCO 3) Throughput measures the time (Points : 3)

That it takes to process one unit at a station.

Between the arrival of raw materials and the shipping of finished products.

To produce one whole product through an empty system (i.e., with no waiting).
Required to move orders through the production process, from receipt to delivery.

None of the above
(TCO 3) Concerning relationships with suppliers, which of the following combinations is critical to the success of JIT? (Points : 3)

Close relationships with trust

Close relationships with skepticism

Distant relationships with trust

Distant relationships with skepticism

None of the above