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PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT. Ch. 10: Layout Strategy SUMMARY. BASIC POINTS. HOW TO ORGANIZE SPACE FOR PRODUCTION Types of arrangements Fixed -position layout Process-oriented layout Office layout Retail / service layout Warehouse layout Product-oriented layout. QUESTIONS.

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Production and operations management

PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

Ch. 10: LayoutStrategy

SUMMARY

POM - J. Galván


Basic points

BASIC POINTS

HOW TO ORGANIZE SPACE FOR PRODUCTION

  • Types of arrangements

    • Fixed-position layout

    • Process-orientedlayout

    • Office layout

    • Retail/servicelayout

    • Warehouselayout

    • Product-orientedlayout

POM - J. Galván


Questions

QUESTIONS

Why are layout decisions called strategic decisions? Discuss the relative merits and demerits of line and functional layouts.

In setting up the plant layout, the operations manager should consider certain physical conditions that may influence the performance of the workers. Outline these conditions

Justify and discuss the reasons by which the layout strategy can be conditioned by:

  • The product

  • The process

  • The human resources

  • The environment

    Identify possible optimization variables when considering layout problems. Where and what

POM - J. Galván


Questions ii

QUESTIONS (II)

Identifythelayoutrequirements of a university

What are thetypes of coststhat can beidentified in a warehouse?

Whenshouldwe use a productorientedlayout in a factory?

Differencesbetween a fabrication line and anassembly line

POM - J. Galván


A single man work cell

A SINGLE MAN WORK CELL

POM - J. Galván


Anyway be carefull with layouts

ANYWAY, BE CAREFULL WITH LAYOUTS

POM - J. Galván


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