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Forecasting Demand Fluctuations
Although demand forecasting is usually the responsibility of the sales and/or marketing functions, it is a very important input into the capacity planning and control decision, and so is of interest... More > to operations managers. After all, without an estimate of future demand it is not possible to plan effectively for future events, only to react to them. It is therefore important to understand the basis and rationale for these demand forecasts.< Less
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Policymakers Should not try to Stabilize the Economy
The development of macroeconomic theory has shown policymakers how to reduce the severity of economic fluctuations. By “leaning against the wind” of economic change, monetary and fiscal... More > policy can stabilize aggregate demand and, thereby, production and employment. Although monetary and fiscal policy can be used to stabilize the economy in theory, there are substantial obstacles to the use of such policies in practice.< Less
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The project is meant to develop a structural and architectural system that can mutate to serve the needs of the user. Concurrently its materiality is meant to reduce weight and waste increasing the... More > flexibility of the system and its mobility. Once, the initial purpose of the system has become obsolete the system and its components can be disassembled and reassembled to serve a different purpose and in a different location. The project must also have the possibility to adapt to any site with irregular geographical features. It is also crucial for the system to adapt to the need of decrease or increase of squared and cubed ft. More importantly, it must allow the user to become a designer instead of an assembler of the unit.< Less
The Limits to Stabilization Policy
A stabilization policy is an action taken to move the economy closer to full employment or potential output. Both expansionary and contractionary policies are examples of stabilization policies,... More > actions to move the economy closer to full employment or potential output. It is very difficult to implement stabilization policies for two big reasons.< Less
External Environment Analysis
Suppose that you work for a medium-sized manufacturing firm in the Midwest. Approximately 20 percent of the sales are to European Customers. What threats and opportunities does your firm face as a... More > result of an integrated European Market?< Less
Application of Forecasting Techniques in Sales Management
Examine your place of work closely. Discuss/critique the application of forecasting in your work area. Then identify an opportunity to apply forecasting techniques to your work. Where possible,... More > demonstrate how you would use one or more techniques to improve the way in which forecasting is currently done. Provide your rational for using a particular approach.< Less
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