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by: Mrs. Cielo Murazik


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J. Street

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Cielo Murazik on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MGT 329 at Idaho State University taught by J. Street in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see /class/222191/mgt-329-idaho-state-university in Business, management at Idaho State University.




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Date Created: 10/12/15
gt1 0 TECHNICAL NOTE 6 FACILITY LAYOUT Review and Discussion Questions 1 What kind of layout is used in a physical tness center Process layoutisimilar equipment or functions are grouped together such as rowing machines in one area and weight machines in another The exercise enthusiasts move through the tness center following an established sequence of operations Why might it be dif cult to develop a GT layout 9 ST 0 F F Distinct parts families must exist This requires developing and maintaining a computerized parts classi cation and coding system This can be a major expense Several of each type of machine must be available This could be an expensive proposition given the cost of purchasing and maintaining duplicate sets of machinery Taking a machine out of a cluster should not rob a cluster of all of its capacity There may be parts that cannot be associated with a family and specialized machinery that cannot be placed in a cell because of its general use Training personnel to perform multiple types of tasks may be initially dif cult Union regulations and interpersonal problems within a group working in a cell must be resolved before the cell is implemented Consider a department store Which departments probably should not be located near each other Would any departments bene t from close proximity Ask the students to list the various types of departments in a department store For example typical departments include women s clothing men s clothing children s clothing both male and female shoes health and beauty aids tools camping supplies home supplies music toys etc There are obvious noncomplimentary departments such as tools and health and beauty aids An example of complimentary departments would be men s clothing and shoes


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