You as a buyer for your organization and has been requested to make recommendations on whether to make or buy a capital machine component. You have analyzed the performance history of the company concerning the purchase price, fixed and variable costs and have realized that the purchase price and variable costs are in the order of 2% and 1.8% respectively of the value of fixed costs. Below listed are the fixed costs and their related cost centers; COST CENTERS COSTS (K) Workshop 2000000 Administration offices 1800000 Office equipment 1200000 Staff wages 2400000 Security and miscellaneous 600000 (a) At what volume […]
The responsibilities at the various levels of public health are numerous. Given this fact,has appropriate attention been paid to the funding and organizational of the verious health departments and agencies?
A Master Production Schedule (MPS) which was developed from the MRP technique for inventory planning and control, indicates that a company to produce and supply tires to 800 vehicles in 40 weeks period. The bill of materials (BOM) provides for 5 tires per vehicle. The inventory status is at 1500 hundred tires and the remaining tires need to be produced; Draw the Materials Requirements Plan (MRP) and calculate the following: (a) Calculate the Gross requirements (number) in terms of the total tires needed to be produced and supplied. (b) Calculate the net requirements (number) in terms of the total tires […]
In this Project assignment you will be assessing the strength of your intentions to commit to self-care actions you have identified earlier in the course and may select for your final submission, My Personal Self-Care Action Plan. Review all of relevant assessments and assignments you have submitted to date (review those in Modules 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9). When you have completed this review: Identify two self-care strategies/actions you are willing to commit to, based on the findings from the assessments you have conducted to date (look specifically at your IHWA). Provide an explanation as to why you […]
MBA – Ethics & Values Starbucks and the Practice of Ethical Leadership One year after becoming CEO of Starbucks, Kevin Johnson faced an ethical issue when two black men were arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks. Both men sat down in Starbucks store without ordering anything. The store manager was annoyed that they used the store without buying any Starbucks items. He immediately asked them to leave. Both men refused to leave claiming that they were waiting for a third friend. The manager called the police they were instantly arrested. See video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWBVxTEgoYk In his apology statement shortly after the arrests, […]