By definition, assembly line balancing: a. Is a one-time activity only, as this technique helps manufacturing managers and planners solve an immediate bottleneck in operations b. Attempts to help manufacturing managers and planners to maximize the production rate for a given number of workstations. c. Attempts to help manufacturing managers and planners minimize the number of workstations for a given production rate. d. Attempts to help manufacturing managers and planners load work into early workstations instead of suffering imbalances and lost productivity. e. None of the above are attributable to assembly line balancing situations. Fancy Trends Inc., a handbag manufacturing company, assembles handbags in an assembly line using 10 workstations. The target output for an 8-hour workday is 120 bags. The sum of the task times is 30 minutes/bag. The cycle time is 4 minutes/bag. The assembly-line efficiency is _____. a. 65% b. 70% c. 75% d. 80% e. 85% According to your textbook, the determination of specific job tasks and responsibilities is/are called ____. a. Job design b. Ergonomics c. Job enlargement d. Job enrichment e. Job-knowledge gap analysis Based upon your reading of the textbook, which of the following is not a disadvantage of virtual teams? a. Security b. Equipment changeover and sharing c. Synchronizing calendars d. Socialization e. Working hours As best as you can determine, when planning or analyzing capacity planning systems, safety capacity is intended for all of the following except: a. power outages b. equipment breakdowns c. diseconomies of scale d. material shortages e. seasonal demand

By definition, assembly line balancing:
a. Is a one-time activity only, as this technique helps manufacturing managers and planners solve an immediate bottleneck in operations
b. Attempts to help manufacturing managers and planners to maximize the production rate for a given number of workstations.
c. Attempts to help manufacturing managers and planners minimize the number of workstations for a given production rate.
d. Attempts to help manufacturing managers and planners load work into early workstations instead of suffering imbalances and lost productivity.
e. None of

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