What are the Eight Practices That are Considered Essential for a Comprehensive JIT Implementation?

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What are four management reports MRP can generate?

 

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Logistical Inventory Control and Material Management, MGT 417

QUESTION:

 

1.Material requirements planning (MRP) is based on the idea that we can use

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2.What are the main inputs to MRP?

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3.What is the main output of MRP?

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4.What are four management reports MRP can generate?

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5.List four main benefits that come from the direct link between demand for products and the supply of materials:

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6.With MRP, stock levels are much lower and they depend on reliable deliveries.

True or False

 

7.MRP can give early warning of potential problems and shortages. If necessary, expediting can be used to speed up deliveries, or production plans and priorities can be changed.

True or False

 

8.Although there are many advantages of MRP, there are some problems. MRP starts with a detailed master schedule, but MRP cannot be used if the following four items exist:

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9.MRP II gives an integrated system for synchronizing what?

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10.Enterprise Resource Planning uses the characteristics approach of MRP, but focuses on the?

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11.JIT is also referred to as____________________________________________

 

12.What can an organization driven by a JIT philosophy improve?

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13.What are the eight practices that are considered essential for a comprehensive JIT implementation?

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14.The kanban-controlled JIT production system has been erected based on what premise?

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15.Success of the JIT production system must be explained in conjunction with?

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16.The benefits of Just-in-Time purchasing are listed below, which benefit applies to the statements listed as 16a -16d?

Just-in-time (Lean) purchasing benefits:

  • Reduced Inventory
  • Improved Lead Time
  • Scheduling Flexibility
  • Quality and Customer Satisfaction
  • Reduced Cost of Parts
  • Supplier Synergy, Cost Reduction

16a.As cooperation and relationships between suppliers and manufacturers build up in a JIT system, so do the opportunities to conduct an extensive value analysis:

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16b.Prevents confusion in the manufacturing plant and offers unique competitive advantages to manufacturing firms since they are capable of adapting to changes in the environment more quickly:

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16c. As cooperation and relationships between suppliers and manufacturers build up in a JIT system, so do the opportunities to conduct an extensive value analysis:

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16d. This implies higher levels of customer service and lower safety stock requirements for the company:

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17.Some of the common problems associated with implementing JIT are listed below, which problem applies to the statements listed as 17a -17d?

Some of the common problems associated with implementing the JIT system are as follows:

  • Lack of cooperation from suppliers
  • Lack of top management support
  • Lack of top management support
  • Lack of employee readiness and support
  • Lack of support from design engineering personnel
  • Low product quality
  • Lack of support from carrier companies
  • Lack of communication

17a.Implementation of the JIT philosophy requires a cultural change in the organization:

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17b.While there is no easy solution to this problem, the purchasing function in an organization must assume the responsibility of calling on top management regularly for leadership and support:

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17c. The JIT system requires most employees to assume more problem-solving responsibilities on the job, which may lead to additional frustration:

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17d.Purchasing department is often unable to advise suppliers on material quality design options.

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18.The radical proponents of JIT manufacturing in the United States during the 1980s and 1990s are to some extent responsible for this initial misunderstanding.

True or False

 

19.What are the two serious drawbacks with the MRP production control system?

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20.Demand patterns are not stable for all products. In order to induce a relatively stable demand, companies using JIT manufacturing often consolidate their product lines.

True or False

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