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1 This lesson we will be covering – Revision and Analysis Last Test of this academic year is on 1 st July

2 NO IDEA I NEED HELP NEVER HEARD OF IT OK I CAN DO THIS WITH SUPPORT SOME GUIDANCE NEEDED NEARLY AT MY TARGET GOT IT! VERY CONFIDENT WILL HIT MY TARGET GRADE EXCEED TARGET Success Criteria < C Define key terms and and draw a stock control graph (computer) C > Be able to give examples of different key terms, giving an example for each. B > Analysis - Advantages and disadvantages to the businesses and its consumers. A >Recommendations + QOWC and SPAG LEARNING OBJECTIVES Explore the Key Terms and JIT as a stock control method, and understand the bar gate graphs and different stock control methods available.

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5 Quiz 1 – 3 marks 2 – 1 mark 3 – 1 mark 4 – 3 mark mark mark 7 – 2 marks 8 – 3 marks 9 – 1 mark 10 – 1 mark 17 Marks available

6 1. What are the 3 elements of the design mix? 3 marks

7 2. What is a prototype? 1 Mark

8 3. How many prototypes do you think James Dyson made before the ‘real thing’? 1 Mark

9 4. A Bar gate stock graph shows 3 levels, what are these? 3 Marks

10 5. JIT stands for ? 1 Mark

11 6. What is another term for minimum stock level? 1 Mark

12 7. Define Stock? 3 marks

13 8. Describe 2 benefits of not holding any stock? 2 marks

14 9. TQM stands for ? 1 mark

15 10. What does Kaizen Mean? ’ 1 mark

16 SWAP PAPERS Lets see how we did

17 1. What are the 3 elements of the design mix? Function Cost Appearance

18 2. What is a prototype? A working model of the actual product. This can be used to test and experiment. I

19 3. How many prototypes do you think James Dyson made before the ‘real thing’? 5,126

20 4. A Bar gate stock graph shows 3 levels, what are these? Minimum stock level Re-order level Maximum stock level

21 5. JIT stands for ? Just in time

22 6. What is another term for minimum stock level? Buffer Stock

23 7. Define Stock? Material that a business holds, waiting to be used as part of the production process or waiting to be sold and delivered to customers. (3 parts – manufacturing, selling, sold items) 3 marks

24 8. Describe 2 benefits of not holding any stock? No space or storage needed Money not tied up in stock Reduce need for warehouse managers Stock can not perish / go out of date 2 marks

25 9. TQM stands for ? Total Quality Management 1 mark

26 10. What does Kaizen Mean? Japanese for ‘continued improvement’ 1 mark

27 Revise for the 3.2 Topic Test Design and Research – Design Mix Managing Stock – Bar Gate / JIT Quality – Control and Assurance Cost Effective Operations – Productivity & Reducing costs Effective Customer Service - + laws What areas am I least confident with?

28 Effective Customer Service Read and reflect + Homework due in Pelstone Hotels


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