WGU DECISION ANALYSIS GRADUATE PROGRAM TASK 1 – 4
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This tutorial is based on the Shuzworld case study. This tutorial passed the Taskstream evaluation.
This tutorial contains all of the attachments for the entire WGU Decision Analysis course. This tutorial is based on the Shuzworld case study. There are two attachments (one is all of the memos for tasks 1,2, and 3 in one document and the other is the power point for task 4). All of the attachments in this tutorial passed in Taskstream.
2. IMPROVEMENTS TO WORKFLOW:
I have been asked to recommend how to improve the current workflow of Shuzworld’s Rugged Wear Work Boot assembly line. The plant’s current workflow uses a separate workstation for each of the 8 tasks required to assemble the boot. In order to form my recommendation, a quantitative analysis was performed using assembly line balancing as the decision analysis tool. The results of my analysis show that the efficiency of the assembly line can be greatly improved by reducing the number of workstations from 8 to 5, by combining tasks in some of the workstations. The cycle time has been calculated as 10 minutes since the company has budgeted production of 6 boots per hour.
By comparing the completion times for each task to the cycle time, it can be seen that several tasks can be combined in one cycle and still be completed within this cycle time:
• Task A takes 10 minutes so it obviously needs to be at a station of its own since it takes a full cycle to complete this task.
• Task B takes 6 minutes and requires that Task A be completed first. Task C takes 3 minutes and requires that Task A be complete first. These two tasks can be performed at one station since they only use 9 minutes of the 10 minute cycle.
• Task D takes 8...