OBA 335 - Week 3 Notes
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Date Created: 04/14/16
Week 3 Notes Customer contact – the extent to which the customer is present and is actively involved, and receives personal attention during the service process Customization – service level ranging from highly customized to standardized Process divergence – the extent to which the process is highly customized with considerable latitude as to how its tasks are preformed o Ex: Disneyland fast passes Flow – how the work progresses through the sequence of steps in a process Process Structure of Services: o Front office – high interaction with customers, flexible flow with individualized processes Ex: Coffee shop, retail o Hybrid office – some interaction with customers, flexible flows with some dominant paths, with some exceptions as to how work is preformed o Back office – low interaction with customers, standardized services, line flows, routine work performed the same with all customers Process Structure in Manufacturing: o Job process – customized process with flexible and unique sequence of tasks, low volume products made to order o Small/large patch process – disconnected line flows, moderately repetitive work, multiple products with low-moderate volume o Line process – connected line, highly repetitive work, few major products, higher volume Ex: laptops, cell phones o Continuous flow process – continuous flows, high volume, high standardization, commodity products Production and Inventory Strategies o Design to order “Engineer to order” o Make to order o Assemble to order “Configure to order” Postponement Mass customization o Make to stock Mass production Competitive priorities – what do we need to be good at? Activity slack: o Slack = last start – early start o Slack = last finish – early finish
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