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Demand in any period that is outside the limits established by management policy. This demand may come from a new customer or from existing customers whose own demand is increasing or decreasing.
Care must be taken in evaluating the nature of the demand: Is it a volume change, is it a change in product mix, or is it related to the timing of the order? In cost management, an approach to inventory valuation in which variable costs and a portion of fixed costs are assigned to each unit of production.
The fixed costs are usually allocated to units of output on the basis of direct labor hours, machine hours, or material costs. A Canada Customs system to speed the release of shipments by allowing electronic transmission of data to and from Canada Customs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In quality management, when a continuing series of lots is considered, AQL represents a quality level that, for the purposes of sampling inspection, is the limit of a satisfactory process average.
In quality management, a specific plan that indicates the sampling sizes and the associated acceptance or non-acceptance criteria to be used.
In quality management, 1 A number used in acceptance sampling as a cut off at which the lot will be accepted or rejected. For example, if x or more units are bad within the sample, the lot will be rejected. The entire lot may be accepted or rejected based on the sample even though the specific units in the lot are better or worse than the sample.
There are two types: In attributes sampling, the presence or absence of a characteristic is noted in each of the units inspected. In variables sampling, the numerical magnitude of a characteristic is measured and recorded for each inspected unit; this type of sampling involves reference to a continuous scale of some kind.
Being answerable for, but not necessarily personally charged with, doing specific work. Accountability cannot be delegated, but it can be shared. For example, managers and executives are accountable for business performance even though they may not actually perform the work.
The value of goods and services acquired for which payment has not yet been made. The value of goods shipped or services rendered to a customer on whom payment has not been received.
Usually includes an allowance for bad debts. Certification by a recognized body of the facilities, capability, objectivity, competence, and integrity of an agency, service, operational group, or individual to provide the specific service or operation needed.
A committee of ANSI chartered in to develop uniform standards for the electronic interchange of business documents. A place, usually a physical location, used to accumulate all components that go into an assembly before the assembly is sent out to the assembly floor.
In quality management, the degree of freedom from error or the degree of conformity to a standard. Accuracy is different from precision. For example, four-significant-digit numbers are less precise than six-significant-digit numbers; however, a properly computed four-significant-digit number might be more accurate than an improperly computed six-significant-digit number.
See Automated Call Distribution. A communication by a supplier to advise a purchaser that a purchase order has been received. It usually implies acceptance of the order by the supplier.
In cost accounting, the cost required to obtain one or more units of an item. It is order quantity times unit cost. Goods in active pick locations and ready for order filling.
Work performed by people, equipment, technologies, or facilities. Activities are usually described by the action-verb-adjective-noun grammar convention.
Activities may occur in a linked sequence and activity-to-activity assignments may exist. A resource may be a person, machine, or facility. Activities are grouped into pools by type of activity and allocated to products.
It usually has an anticipated duration, anticipated cost, and expected resource requirements. Sometimes major activity is used for larger bodies of work. The process of identifying and cataloging activities for detailed understanding and documentation of their characteristics.
An activity analysis is accomplished by means of interviews, group sessions, questionnaires, observations, and reviews of physical records of work. An approach to budgeting where a company uses an understanding of its activities and driver relationships to quantitatively estimate workload and resource requirements as part of an ongoing business plan.Risk has always been part of the supply chain.
It’s a reality inside and outside the four walls of any organization. It’s no surprise then that as Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programs proliferate, they have naturally begun to address anticipated and unanticipated events occurring both.
Mar 02, · The reality for public sector supply chain managers is that they, too, need to eliminate costs from the supply chain to ensure their organizations' long-term viability. • Both public and private sector supply chains must become more agile. Public procurement typically has a larger focus on adding social value to a supply chain.
Private companies procure in an effort to increase shareholder returns. Sharing of benefits within the supply chains has not yet gained much attention.
The project is to be implemented through the public-private partnership model. We examine the state of logistics and supply chain management practices in India covering a wide spectrum of firms with at least one field visit and substantiate on-site. A valid e-mail address.
All e-mails from the system will be sent to this address. The e-mail address is not made public and will only be used if . Chapter Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Career and Technical Education. Subchapter P. Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics.