Paper 9 Operations Management and Strategic Management | CMA Intermediate Match the following

 

INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION

Paper 9 Operations Management and Strategic Management 



Paper 9 Operations Management and Strategic Management Match the following with answers


Sufficient to give the corresponding item in column 3 for column 1; reproducing columns 2 and 4 are not required


A. Match the following

Column A

Column B

(A) Cost Benefit Analysis.

(i) Crashing.

(B) Network Analysis.

(ii) Product Design.

(C) Television Set.

(iii) Plant Layout.

(D) Use of Templates.

(iv) Method Study.

(E) Computer Aided Design.

(v) Project Viability Checking.

(F) Motion Economy.

(vi) Assembly Line.

  
Answer:

Column A

Column B

(A) Cost Benefit Analysis.

(v) Project Viability Checking. 

(B) Network Analysis.

(i) Crashing.

(C) Television Set.

(vi) Assembly Line.

(D) Use of Templates.

(iii) Plant Layout.

(E) Computer Aided Design.

(ii) Product Design.

(F) Motion Economy.

(iv) Method Study.

 

B. Match the following

Column A

Column B

(A) The ability to adapt quickly to changes in volume of demand, in the product mix demanded and in product design or in delivery schedules.

(i) Method Study.

(B) To address the planning and controlling of a manufacturing process and all of its related support functions.

(ii) Maintenance Stores.

 

(C) Degree to which the system can be adjusted to changes in processing requirements.

(iii) Flexibility.

(D) Eliminating unnecessary motions or by changing the sequence of operation or the process itself.

(iv) Network Analysis.

 

(E) Certain specific techniques which can be used for planning, management and control of project.

(v) MRP-II.

(F) Availability of vital spare parts needs to be ascertained to meet an emergency like breakdown.

(vi) Process Flexibility.

 

 Answer:

Column A

Column B

(A) The ability to adapt quickly to changes in volume of demand, in the product mix demanded and in product design or in delivery schedules.

(iii) Flexibility.

(B) To address the planning and controlling of a manufacturing process and all of its related support functions.

(v) MRP-II.

 

(C) Degree to which the system can be adjusted to changes in processing requirements.

(vi) Process Flexibility.

(D) Eliminating unnecessary motions or by changing the sequence of operation or the process itself.

(i) Method Study.

(E) Certain specific techniques which can be used for planning, management and control of project.

(iv) Network Analysis.

 

(F) Availability of vital spare parts needs to be ascertained to meet an emergency like breakdown.

(ii) Maintenance Stores.

 


C. Match the following

Column A

Column B

(A) Any place in a production process where materials tend to pile up or produced at rates of speed less rapid than the previous or subsequent operations.

(i) Assignment.

 

(B) It is used when a low volume of high variety goods are needed.

(ii) Globalisation.

(C) A special Linear Programming Problem.

(iii) Bottleneck.

(D) Steep increase in the level of competition among manufacturing firms throughout the world.

(iv) Maintenance Request.

(E) Systematic Quantitative structural approach to the problem of managing a project through to successful completion.

(v) Job-Shop Process.

 

(F) This must be made in writing to a central point in the organization.

(vi) Network Analysis.

Answer:

Column A

Column B

(A) Any place in a production process where materials tend to pile up or produced at rates of speed less rapid than the previous or subsequent operations.

(iii) Bottleneck.

 

(B) It is used when a low volume of high variety goods are needed.

(v) Job-Shop Process.

(C) A special Linear Programming Problem.

(i) Assignment.

(D) Steep increase in the level of competition among manufacturing firms throughout the world.

(ii) Globalisation.

(E) Systematic Quantitative structural approach to the problem of managing a project through to successful completion.

(vi) Network Analysis.

 

(F) This must be made in writing to a central point in the organization.

(iv) Maintenance Request.


D. Match the following

Column A

Column B

(A) Fixture.

(i) Conversion of Inputs into outputs.

(B) Process layout.

(ii) Network Analysis.

(C) Capital Intensity.

(iii) General purpose machines.

(D) Operations Management.

(iv) Mix of equipment and labour which will be used by the firm.

(E) Crashing.

(v) Appliance for holding the work.

(F) Less prone to Obsolescence.

(vi) Grouping together of similar machines in one department.

Answer:

Column A

Column B

(A) Fixture.

(v) Appliance for holding the work.

(B) Process layout.

(vi) Grouping together of similar machines in one department.

(C) Capital Intensity.

(iv) Mix of equipment and labour which will be used by the firm.

(D) Operations Management.

(i)Conversion of Inputs into outputs.

(E) Crashing.

(ii) Network Analysis.

(F) Less prone to Obsolescence.

(iii) General purpose machines.

E. Match the following

Column A

Column B

(A) Environmental Issues.

(i) Customer satisfaction.

(B) Plant Location.

(ii) Examination of human work.

(C) Process Design.

(iii) Social responsibility.

(D) Work Study.

(iv) Availability of labour.

(E) TQM Focus.

(v) Discipline of organising resources.

(F) Project Management.

(vi) Sequences of operations.

Answer:

Column A

Column B

(A) Environmental Issues.

(iii) Social responsibility.

(B) Plant Location.

(iv) Availability of labour.

(C) Process Design.

(vi) Sequences of operations.

(D) Work Study.

(ii) Examination of human work.

(E) TQM Focus.

(i) Customer satisfaction.

(F) Project Management.

(v) Discipline of organising resources.


F. Match the following

Column-I

Column-II

(A) Aviation Fuel.

(i) Value Analysis.

(B) Brainstorming.

(ii) Machine Shop.

(C) Forgings.

(iii) Turbo-Alternator.

(D) Tools.

(iv) Refinery.

(E) Hydro-electricity.

(v) Job Evaluation.

(F) Ranking Method.

(vi) Smithy.

Answer:

Column-I

Column-II

(A) Aviation Fuel.

(iv) Refinery.

(B) Brainstorming.

(i) Value Analysis.

(C) Forgings.

(vi) Smithy.

(D) Tools.

(ii) Machine Shop.

(E) Hydro-electricity.

(iii) Turbo-Alternator.

(F) Ranking Method.

(v) Job Evaluation.

 


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