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Jetfighter exercise
JetFighter Exercise

  • Your team is the senior mgmt group of the small and financially challenged JetFighter company. Your company has just won an important Government jet fighter contract that needs to be fulfilled immediately. In order to win the contract, your firm agreed to produce at least 5 planes in each production period.

  • The Gov’t inspector will buy all the jet fighters that exactly meet the “Six Government Purchasing Criteria” laid out on last page of JetFighter Instructions

  • We will divide into four teams – groups will build the Basic Training Plane or the Deluxe Combat Plane

Jetfighter exercise1
JetFighter Exercise

  • Base Plane Price=$5M, Deluxe Plane Price=$10M

  • Raw materials cost varies by type of plane and amount purchased (see hand-out)

  • Your team goal is to earn most profit:

    Revenue – Cost

    (Planes Passed*Sales Price) – (Planes Bought*purchase cost)

  • Planes purchased but not completed or approved in Period 1, cannot be used in Period 2 as they become obsolete

  • There may be small problems with the raw materials, but there are no refunds (sorry)

Six government purchase criteria
Six Government Purchase Criteria

  • Printed lines should be in the position shown on the diagram.

  • The wing tips must be turned up 2.5 cm on each wing and be straight up on both sides (not as shown in Step 12 “Top View” and “Front View” which shows them incorrectly bending inwards).

  • The “pilot’s cabin” (Step 11b) must be puffed out considerably (as shown in Step 12 “Top View” and “Front View”) as skinny cabins crowd the fighter pilots. The cabin folds must be creased on the printed lines (as shown in Step 12 “Top View” and “Front View”). The center cabin line must line up with the nose tip (as shown in Step 12 “Top View”).

  • The two wings must be level and even with each other (not as shown in Step 12 “Front View”, but rather the entire wing deck should be even and at the same level). The printed lines on the wings must meet in the center at a 45° angle.

  • The plane’s nose tip should be pointed at a 45° angle (as shown in Step 12 “Side View”).

  • The planes should be able to fly (more or less).

Government purchase criteria basic training vs deluxe combat
Government Purchase CriteriaBasic Training vs Deluxe Combat

Basic Planes = $5 Million

Similar characteristics and

components to Deluxe

Planes, but much lower

buyer expectations, so to

pass inspection Basic

planes should have a

Similar quality as KIA SUVs

Deluxe Planes = $10 Million

Similar characteristics and

components to Basic

Planes, but higher buyer

Expectations, so to pass

inspection Deluxe planes

should have similar

quality as Lexus SUVs