Practice 20. Losses in production: a consumer's perspective.

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Theme 12

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The strategic management process begins with the stage:

planning (choosing long-term goals) is correct

problem identification

forming a strategic group

analysis of strategic factors

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Kaizen is focused on…?

Result

Big changes

The process is true

Quality maintenance

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Lean manufacturing aims to:

increase in labor productivity and labor intensity

maintaining a constant level of defects

increase in labor productivity and output is true

maintaining quality at a certain level

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Converting push production to pull production resulted in:

performance degradation

lower unit costs true

unit cost increase

increased labor intensity

increase the planning horizon

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The Ishikawa diagram shows:

how tasks are placed on the project schedule

structuring value creation concepts using graphic notation

spatial aspects of the described process of activity

the relationship between the quality indicator and the factors influencing it is true

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Specify one of the main objects of strategic management:

organization personnel

product

service

organization resources

strategic business unit is true

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The strategic business unit is:

internal organizational unit responsible for developing strategy correctly

a certain part of the market, where the company’s products can be sold

the number of financial instruments or goods in the basis of a futures exchange contract

part of the organizational structure of the company management (division)

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What does not apply to tools that allow you to identify and eliminate losses, improve quality?

critical questions

data collection sheets are wrong

Yamazumi chart

Pareto chart

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Which of the following characteristics does not apply to the concept of “just in time”?

long production cycle is true

small volume of finished goods production

effective information support

high quality finished products

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What activities during the production process do not create value, but are necessary:

bolt tightening

positioning of the part relative to the fastener location is correct

repacking (decanting) of materials into factory containers

painting a part or product

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Practice 20. Production losses: a consumer’s perspective.

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Practice 20. Production losses: a consumer’s perspective.

Topic 12. Practice 20.

Topic 12. Classification of losses.

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A practical lesson is considered completed if it is solved by at least 50%.

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The maximum score is 10 points.

Problem for independent solution 1

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Consider a list of examples of problems you might encounter in the office.

Choose from the listed problems and mark those that, according to the classification of losses, will be referred to as “Overproduction”.

1. Overproduction:

– Design preparation of presentations with a high level of design

– Additional or unreasonable visits to offices, instances

– Duplication of work

– Redundant information in the computer (not deleted, not archived)

– Excessive number of documents (instructions, outdated documents)

– Excessive coordination of documents

– Unnecessary movement due to improper organization of the workplace

– Stationery (pens, paper clips, etc.)

– extra calculations

– Methods, books, manuals

– Recruitment of personnel unable to perform assigned duties

– Unnecessary reports

– Raw, unformed documents (not signed)

– Inaccuracies in the orders of the head, instructions, points of the protocol, etc.

– Inefficient use of resources (excessive lighting, use of a color printer, scanner, …)

– Waiting for documents or clarifications of customer requirements

– Lack of visualization at workplaces (no signs on cabinets, signs)

– Lack of work schedule

– Lack of a clear functional distribution of responsibilities

– Planning errors (errors in forecasts, realities are not taken into account when drawing up plans, inconsistency of plans)

– Moving staff (home-work-home; between company departments)

– Sending documents by mail, courier

– Preparation of reports with unreliable data, “unreadable” report

– Preparation of packages of documents (applications to the bank, changes in design documentation, etc.)

– Making bad decisions in meetings

– Work without defining customer requirements

– Sending copies just in case

– Collection of coordinating signatures for different offices (moving documentation)

– Gathering employees for meetings

– Negotiation of contracts with individual services

– Packing documents

– Formatting (highlight text, etc.)

– Color printing, plotter printing without the need

– Document templates

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Problem for independent solution 2

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Consider a list of examples of problems you might encounter in the office.

Select from the listed problems and mark those that, according to the classification of losses, will be referred to as “Excess stocks”.

2. Excess inventory:

– Design preparation of presentations with a high level of design

– Additional or unreasonable visits to offices, instances

– Duplication of work

– Redundant information in the computer (not deleted, not archived)

– Excessive number of documents (instructions, outdated documents)

– Excessive coordination of documents

– Unnecessary movement due to improper organization of the workplace

– Stationery (pens, paper clips, etc.)

– extra calculations

– Methods, books, manuals

– Recruitment of personnel unable to perform assigned duties

– Unnecessary reports

– Raw, unformed documents (not signed)

– Inaccuracies in the orders of the head, instructions, points of the protocol, etc.

– Inefficient use of resources (excessive lighting, use of a color printer, scanner, …)

– Waiting for documents or clarifications of customer requirements

– Lack of visualization at workplaces (no signs on cabinets, signs)

– Lack of work schedule

– Lack of a clear functional distribution of responsibilities

– Planning errors (errors in forecasts, realities are not taken into account when drawing up plans, inconsistency of plans)

– Moving staff (home-work-home; between company departments)

– Sending documents by mail, courier

– Preparation of reports with unreliable data, “unreadable” report

– Preparation of packages of documents (applications to the bank, changes in design documentation, etc.)

– Making bad decisions in meetings

– Work without defining customer requirements

– Sending copies just in case

– Collection of coordinating signatures for different offices (moving documentation)

– Gathering employees for meetings

– Negotiation of contracts with individual services

– Packing documents

– Formatting (highlight text, etc.)

– Color printing, plotter printing without the need

– Document templates

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Problem for independent solution 3

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Consider a list of examples of problems you might encounter in the office.

Select from the listed problems and mark those that, according to the classification of losses, will be referred to as “Losses in transportation”.

3.Loss in transit:

– Design preparation of presentations with a high level of design

– Additional or unreasonable visits to offices, instances

– Duplication of work

– Redundant information in the computer (not deleted, not archived)

– Excessive number of documents (instructions, outdated documents)

– Excessive coordination of documents

– Unnecessary movement due to improper organization of the workplace

– Stationery (pens, paper clips, etc.)

– extra calculations

– Methods, books, manuals

– Recruitment of personnel unable to perform assigned duties

– Unnecessary reports

– Raw, unformed documents (not signed)

– Inaccuracies in the orders of the head, instructions, points of the protocol, etc.

– Inefficient use of resources (excessive lighting, use of a color printer, scanner, …)

– Waiting for documents or clarifications of customer requirements

– Lack of visualization at workplaces (no signs on cabinets, signs)

– Lack of work schedule

– Lack of a clear functional distribution of responsibilities

– Planning errors (errors in forecasts, realities are not taken into account when drawing up plans, inconsistency of plans)

– Moving staff (home-work-home; between company departments)

– Sending documents by mail, courier

– Preparation of reports with unreliable data, “unreadable” report

– Preparation of packages of documents (applications to the bank, changes in design documentation, etc.)

– Making bad decisions in meetings

– Work without defining customer requirements

– Sending copies just in case

– Collection of coordinating signatures for different offices (moving documentation)

– Gathering employees for meetings

– Negotiation of contracts with individual services

– Packing documents

– Formatting (highlight text, etc.)

– Color printing, plotter printing without the need

– Document templates

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Problem for independent solution 4

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Consider a list of examples of problems you might encounter in the office.

Select from the listed problems and mark those that, according to the classification of losses, will be related to “Downtime and waiting”.

4. Downtime and waiting:

– Design preparation of presentations with a high level of design

– Additional or unreasonable visits to offices, instances

– Duplication of work

– Redundant information in the computer (not deleted, not archived)

– Excessive number of documents (instructions, outdated documents)

– Excessive coordination of documents

– Unnecessary movement due to improper organization of the workplace

– Stationery (pens, paper clips, etc.)

– extra calculations

– Methods, books, manuals

– Recruitment of personnel unable to perform assigned duties

– Unnecessary reports

– Raw, unformed documents (not signed)

– Inaccuracies in the orders of the head, instructions, points of the protocol, etc.

– Inefficient use of resources (excessive lighting, use of a color printer, scanner, …)

– Waiting for documents or clarifications of customer requirements

– Lack of visualization at workplaces (no signs on cabinets, signs)

– Lack of work schedule

– Lack of a clear functional distribution of responsibilities

– Planning errors (errors in forecasts, realities are not taken into account when drawing up plans, inconsistency of plans)

– Moving staff (home-work-home; between company departments)

– Sending documents by mail, courier

– Preparation of reports with unreliable data, “unreadable” report

– Preparation of packages of documents (applications to the bank, changes in design documentation, etc.)

– Making bad decisions in meetings

– Work without defining customer requirements

– Sending copies just in case

– Collection of coordinating signatures for different offices (moving documentation)

– Gathering employees for meetings

– Negotiation of contracts with individual services

– Packing documents

– Formatting (highlight text, etc.)

– Color printing, plotter printing without the need

– Document templates

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Problem for independent solution 5

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Consider a list of examples of problems you might encounter in the office.

Choose from the listed problems and mark those that, according to the classification of losses, will be referred to as “Excessive actions”.

5. Extra actions:

– Design preparation of presentations with a high level of design

– Additional or unreasonable visits to offices, instances

– Duplication of work

– Redundant information in the computer (not deleted, not archived)

– Excessive number of documents (instructions, outdated documents)

– Excessive coordination of documents

– Unnecessary movement due to improper organization of the workplace

– Stationery (pens, paper clips, etc.)

– extra calculations

– Methods, books, manuals

– Recruitment of personnel unable to perform assigned duties

– Unnecessary reports

– Raw, unformed documents (not signed)

– Inaccuracies in the orders of the head, instructions, points of the protocol, etc.

– Inefficient use of resources (excessive lighting, use of a color printer, scanner, …)

– Waiting for documents or clarifications of customer requirements

– Lack of visualization at workplaces (no signs on cabinets, signs)

– Lack of work schedule

– Lack of a clear functional distribution of responsibilities

– Planning errors (errors in forecasts, realities are not taken into account when drawing up plans, inconsistency of plans)

– Moving staff (home-work-home; between company departments)

– Sending documents by mail, courier

– Preparation of reports with unreliable data, “unreadable” report

– Preparation of packages of documents (applications to the bank, changes in design documentation, etc.)

– Making bad decisions in meetings

– Work without defining customer requirements

– Sending copies just in case

– Collection of coordinating signatures for different offices (moving documentation)

– Gathering employees for meetings

– Negotiation of contracts with individual services

– Packing documents

– Formatting (highlight text, etc.)

– Color printing, plotter printing without the need

– Document templates

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Problem for independent solution 6

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Consider a list of examples of problems you might encounter in the office.

Select from the listed problems and mark those that, according to the classification of losses, will be related to “Traffic and movements”.

6. Movement and movement:

– Design preparation of presentations with a high level of design

– Additional or unreasonable visits to offices, instances

– Duplication of work

– Redundant information in the computer (not deleted, not archived)

– Excessive number of documents (instructions, outdated documents)

– Excessive coordination of documents

– Unnecessary movement due to improper organization of the workplace

– Stationery (pens, paper clips, etc.)

– extra calculations

– Methods, books, manuals

– Recruitment of personnel unable to perform assigned duties

– Unnecessary reports

– Raw, unformed documents (not signed)

– Inaccuracies in the orders of the head, instructions, points of the protocol, etc.

– Inefficient use of resources (excessive lighting, use of a color printer, scanner, …)

– Waiting for documents or clarifications of customer requirements

– Lack of visualization at workplaces (no signs on cabinets, signs)

– Lack of work schedule

– Lack of a clear functional distribution of responsibilities

– Planning errors (errors in forecasts, realities are not taken into account when drawing up plans, inconsistency of plans)

– Moving staff (home-work-home; between company departments)

– Sending documents by mail, courier

– Preparation of reports with unreliable data, “unreadable” report

– Preparation of packages of documents (applications to the bank, changes in design documentation, etc.)

– Making bad decisions in meetings

– Work without defining customer requirements

– Sending copies just in case

– Collection of coordinating signatures for different offices (moving documentation)

– Gathering employees for meetings

– Negotiation of contracts with individual services

– Packing documents

– Formatting (highlight text, etc.)

– Color printing, plotter printing without the need

– Document templates

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Problem for independent solution 7

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Consider a list of examples of problems you might encounter in the office.

Choose from the listed problems and mark those that, according to the classification of losses, will be referred to as “Defect / marriage / alteration”.

7. Defects / marriage / alteration:

– Design preparation of presentations with a high level of design

– Additional or unreasonable visits to offices, instances

– Duplication of work

– Redundant information in the computer (not deleted, not archived)

– Excessive number of documents (instructions, outdated documents)

– Excessive coordination of documents

– Unnecessary movement due to improper organization of the workplace

– Stationery (pens, paper clips, etc.)

– extra calculations

– Methods, books, manuals

– Recruitment of personnel unable to perform assigned duties

– Unnecessary reports

– Raw, unformed documents (not signed)

– Inaccuracies in the orders of the head, instructions, points of the protocol, etc.

– Inefficient use of resources (excessive lighting, use of a color printer, scanner, …)

– Waiting for documents or clarifications of customer requirements

– Lack of visualization at workplaces (no signs on cabinets, signs)

– Lack of work schedule

– Lack of a clear functional distribution of responsibilities

– Planning errors (errors in forecasts, realities are not taken into account when drawing up plans, inconsistency of plans)

– Moving staff (home-work-home; between company departments)

– Sending documents by mail, courier

– Preparation of reports with unreliable data, “unreadable” report

– Preparation of packages of documents (applications to the bank, changes in design documentation, etc.)

– Making bad decisions in meetings

– Work without defining customer requirements

– Sending copies just in case

– Collection of coordinating signatures for different offices (moving documentation)

– Gathering employees for meetings

– Negotiation of contracts with individual services

– Packing documents

– Formatting (highlight text, etc.)

– Color printing, plotter printing without the need

– Document templates

partly true

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Practical exercise 19. Operational efficiency as a result of simultaneous improvement of quality and reduction of product cost. The process of adding value.

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Practical exercise 19. Operational efficiency as a result of simultaneous improvement of quality and reduction of product cost. The process of adding value.

Topic 12. Practical lesson 19.

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Problem for independent solution 1

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Based on the data presented in the table, build a “Work Balance Board” (Yamazumi Chart) using Excel.

Value stream map
Operation number Operation name Process description Time, s Time characteristic
Parts installation
1_1 Warm up the press Losses
1_2 Clean the press tool Doesn’t add value
1_3 Fitting parts for pressing Doesn’t add value
1_4 Align Nuts Doesn’t add value
1_5 Align the studs Doesn’t add value
1_6 Download plate Adds value
Parts manufacturing
2_1 Lower the press Adds value
2_2 Raise the press Doesn’t add value
2_3 Remove two pressed parts Doesn’t add value
2_4 Clean the press tool Losses
Grinding three parts
3_1 Sand the top of the lid Adds value
3_2 Sand the bottom of the lid Adds value
3_3 Take the next part Doesn’t add value
3_4 Sand the top of the lid Adds value
3_5 Sand the bottom of the lid Adds value
3_6 Take the next part Doesn’t add value
3_7 Sand the top of the lid Adds value
3_8 Sand the bottom of the lid Adds value
3_9 Cover and take the next part Doesn’t add value
Wheel installation
4_1 Replenish stock of material Doesn’t add value
4_2 Take 4 screws Doesn’t add value
4_3 Install and tighten screws Adds value
4_4 Take the casing Doesn’t add value
4_5 Install and secure the wheel Adds value
4_6 Install and secure the next wheel Adds value
Fixing the bracket
5_1 Put the pieces in a pile Losses
5_2 Paste the first marking (label) Adds value
5_3 Stick a second marking (label) Adds value
5_4 Stick the third marking (label) Adds value
5_5 Attach strap Adds value
5_6 Install bracket Adds value
5_7 Fasten the bracket Adds value
Gear Assembly
6_1 Check the assembly of the first shaft Losses
6_2 Check second shaft assembly Losses
6_3 Take the gearbox and assemble Doesn’t add value
6_4 Take the armature and fix Adds value
6_5 Install gasket Adds value
6_6 Take the second armature and fix Adds value
Shaft Assembly
7_1 Check assembly and cover parts Losses
7_2 Assemble the shaft subassembly Adds value
7_3 Assemble the switching device Adds value
7_4 Wrap in protective film Adds value

Analyze the work map and identify operations that, in terms of cycle time, significantly affect the provision of the required cycle of processing and assembly of parts. The takt (cycle) time is 45 seconds. Optimize the production process, balance work on operations.

Which operation has the highest workplace overload?

5 operation

1 operation

3 operation is correct

6 operation

Specify the operations on which jobs are underloaded within the specified takt time?

2 and 4 operations

2 and 7 operations are correct

4 and 7 operations

1 and 2 operations

Determine the correct ratio of types of work by time for the 6th operation:

Losses-22%; Does not add value – 59%; Adds value -19%.

Loss-10%; Does not add value – 69%; Adds value -21%.

Losses-16%; Does not add value -35%; Adds value -48%.

Loss-32%; Does not add value – 21%; Adds value -47%. right

What is “Rebalancing”?

movement of personnel to workplaces within the site (staff rotation) in accordance with the qualification matrix

load balancing of statements according to the required takt time is correct

equalization of production volumes between 2 or 3 pieces of equipment

transfer of part of the functions performed by the main personnel to the personnel involved in logistics

Calculate the process efficiency factor for each operation (2 decimal places). See hint.

CEP1

right

0.21

CEP2

right

0.19

CEP3

right

0.73

CEP4

right

0.52

CEP5

right

0.8

CEP6

right

0.47

CEP7

right

0.78

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Practice 18. Resource planning by line of business

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Practice 18. Resource planning by line of business

Topic 12. An example of solving problems 18.

After considering the example, it is proposed to continue the further solution on your own.

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At least 1 hour must elapse between subsequent attempts to solve.

The maximum score is 10 points.

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A practical lesson is considered completed if it is solved by at least 50%. The maximum score is 10 points.

Problem for independent solution 1

4.0 possible points (assessed)

Continue solving the system of equations in Example 2 PZ18.

What quantity of products must be purchased in order for the total calorie content (utility) to be maximum?

X1:

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X2:

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X3:

no answer

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Problem for independent solution 2

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It is required to draw up a plan for the distribution of limited investment funds between four production divisions of the enterprise (K = 20 million rubles), to determine the maximizing total increase in output for a given range and structure of the enterprise’s production plan. The initial data are presented in the table.

Growth in output of the i-th production unit of the enterprise fi(xi), million rubles/year
Volume of investments (X), million rubles Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4

Maximizing the overall increase in output with a given range and structure of the enterprise’s production plan, million rubles / year:

right

144

Distribution of investment funds between the four production divisions of the enterprise, million rubles.

X1

right

0

X2

right

ten

X3

right

5

X4

right

5

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