Assignment/Chapter #7: In this exercise, you will need to “visit” a company and their operations (Logan, UT or Salt Lake City,UT) In other words, for this assignment, you will ask a company for the opportunity to come and “observe” them. Feel free to ask strategic questions about the company, their operations, their customers, their competition and the industry.
For the assignment, you could visit a large, multinational company, or a small start-up. The most important part of the visit is to learn as much as you can about the company, their industry and the strategic direction and decisions that they make. When you are finished with the visit, write a 3-page (double spaced) analysis of your visit and what you learned. In your analysis, try to integrate operational tools from chapter 7 into your analysis. These tools could include six sigma, total quality management, decreasing costs and creating efficiencies, zero-based budgeting, economies of scale, the Shingo model of excellence and forecasting. Also, in your report, discuss what you learned and how the company could improve.
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