Presentation on theme: "13 Production and Business Operations 13-1 Types of Production"— Presentation transcript:
1 13 Production and Business Operations 13-1 Types of Production C H A P T E R13Production and Business Operations13-1 Types of Production13-2 Production Planning13-3 Planning and Managing Business Operations
2 Production as an economic activity Produce to sell to consumers and businessesRole of producersNatural resources, agricultural products, and processed goods4 types of business that are responsible for productionProducers, extractors, farmers, manufacturers
3 3 Forms of Production Extraction and cultivation Processing Obtained from nature or grownProcessingChanging and improving the form of another productManufacturingCombine raw materials and processed goods into finished productsWhat classifies?
4 Manufacturing Process Mass productionAssembly processCustom manufacturingSpecific and unique product to meet needs of each customersMaterials processingChanging raw materials so can be used
5 Checkpoint Page 320 Key Concepts D. All are correct False. Extraction and cultivation is the most basic form of productionD. Custom manufacturingC. Textbooks
6 PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES Product developmentProduct researchApplied research v Pure researchProduct designProduction planningProduction processProduction resourcesPersonnelInventory managementJust in time
7 CONTINUOUS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT Involve everyone.Identify process activities.Establish quality performance standards.Select measurement tools.Monitor performance continuously.Improve process quality.
8 Checkpoint Page 326, 13-2 Assessment False. As customer needs and competition change, new products have to be developedTrue.C. Production resources and finished productsB. Benchmarks
9 THE IMPORTANCE OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS Business operations almost all business doFacilities managementLogistics (Supply Chain Management)SchedulingSafety and security
10 Information management Collect, organize, and securely maintain all infoProvide instantaneous access to information to perform work and make decisionsPrevent access to information by those unauthorizedUse technology to improve communication
11 TOOLS FOR BUSINESS OPERATIONS Management toolsOperational planScheduleProcedure
12 Using technology to manage operations Microsoft, SAP, etc.Common types of operations softwareProject managementBudgetingSchedulingInventoryComputer securityDocument managementManufacturing automation
13 Checkpoint Page 334, 13-3 Assessment C. Energy and environmental MGT B. ScheduleFalse. This software controls the production, storage, management, and distribution of electronic documents.
14 Checkpoint Identify four important types of business operations. Facilities managementLogisticsSchedulingSafety and security