Analysis of the Structure of Competitive Priorities and Infrastructure of the Production Process


Weaknesses that is evident in the Adidas product life cycle


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Scenario: Imagine that you are the vice president of operations at a production or service organisation. You have noticed that your organisation’s current operations strategy is not supporting the challenges that the organisation is presently facing. In order to maintain a competitive edge, you must address these challenges with your Chief Executive Officer immediately.

Select an existing production organisation. Analyse the organisation’s current vision, mission, business strategy, operation strategy, supply chain, total quality management, just-in-time philosophy, forecasting method, statistical technique, facility location, work design, project life cycle, and project management. Note: You will need this information in order to complete this and subsequent assignments.

As you collect the information for Assignment 1 and Assignment 2, remember that in Assignment 3 you must prepare a presentation for your Chief Executive Officer.

Write a paper in which you:

1.Evaluate key elements of the selected production or service organisation’s operational efficiency with its operational strategy. Determine three (3) tasks that do not align with the operational strategy. Determine the weaknesses that are evident in each task.

2.Formulate a new operations strategy for the selected organisation based on the four (4) competitive priorities (i.e., cost, quality, time, and flexibility).

3.Analyse both the structure of the competitive priorities and infrastructure of the production process. Develop three (3) new enablers that are aligned with the long-term plan of the selected organisation. Evaluate three (3) pros and three (3) cons of the new enablers.

Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment.

Vice President of Operations, 

Refer to the scenario from Assignment 1.

Write a paper in which you:

1.Evaluate two to four (2-4) weaknesses that are evident in the selected organisation’s product life cycle. Generate a new product design and product selection, and then determine three (3) strategies that the organisation needs in order to strengthen the operation. Provide support for the rationale.

2.Determine the key components of supply chain management for the company you have selected.  Determine three (3) major issues that could affect the structuring, sourcing, purchasing, and the supply chain of your organisation. Provide a solution to each issue.

3.Develop a total quality management tool that identifies and analyses any future issues. Provide a rationale for developing the selected tool.

4.Analyze three (3) advantages in employing the just-in-time philosophy in your organisation. Evaluate three to five (3-5) means in which the philosophy could potentially impact quality assurance. Provide specific examples to support your response.

5.Determine a qualitative and quantitative forecasting method for your operation. Next, create a table in which you identify the characteristics of the operation that relate to each method. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each method.

6.Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Determine the key components of supply chain management including structuring, sourcing, purchasing, and managing the supply chain.
  • Examine how the total quality management process is a strategy for a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
  • Identify the key elements of just-in-time manufacturing and its impact on quality assurances.
  • Develop a forecasting method appropriate to a production or service operation.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in operations management.


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