FACTORY OPERATIONS The Global Business Game. Prof. Nathan Globus Shows You How. Prof. Globus would like to show you how a typical factory works in The Global Business Game along with its associated financial operations .
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If the company ran two shifts the total number of hours produced would be something less than 76,960 hours because second shift workers are less productive. Overtime operations would add something less than 9,620 hours.
The required number of hours, of course, could be obtained by using two shifts and even Overtime if necessary.
Note in this case the intrinsically less
expensive 25” sets were more costly.
This is probably due to having a
number of 25” workers idle during the
Another cost associated with this program is an Opportunity
Cost-- the loss of any profits that could have been earned
by the 405 sets destroyed through destructive testing.