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Operating controls utilized by selected Nebraska manufacturing firms.

William G. Dick

Operating controls utilized by selected Nebraska manufacturing firms.

by William G. Dick

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Published by University of Nebraska] in [Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial management.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPrepared by the University of Nebraska under the Small Business Administration management research grant program.
    SeriesSmall Business Management research reports
    ContributionsUniversity of Nebraska (Lincoln campus)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD31 .D5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination 36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5902346M
    LC Control Number63064036
    OCLC/WorldCa1161776

    Software that allows designers to look at the effect of design on manufacturing of the product. 3-D object modeling: An extension of CAD that builds small prototypes. Standard for the exchange of product data (STEP) A standard that provides a format allowing the electronic transmittal of three-dimensional data. Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). The source documents for charging costs to specific jobs are materials requisition slips for direct materials, time tickets for direct labor, and the predetermined overhead rate for manufacturing overhead. A materials inventory record, also called the stores ledger card, is used in a .

    Ch. 6 - All of the following controls are likely to apply Ch. 6 - All of the following data items are likely to be Ch. 6 - The following are all transactions processed in Ch. 6 - Which one of the following documents captures the Ch. 6 - PAYROLL FRAUD John Smith worked in the stockyard Ch. 6 - PAYROLL CONTROLS Refer to the.   The predecessor to the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC)— originally termed the Commissioner’s Advisory Group—was established in , a year prior to the enactment of the Internal Revenue Code of and the reorganization of.

    manufacturing processes. It includes not only the physical processes, but also the expertise possessed by plant personnel in these processing technologies. PROBLEMS Answers to problems labeled (A) are listed in the Appendix at the back of the book. (A) A manufacturing plant produces three product lines in one of its plants: A, B, and C. Operations Management, 11e (Krajewski et al.) Chapter 1: Using Operations to Create Value publication of the Toyota Production Systems book C) establishment of railroads D) strategic planning for achieving product variety manufacturing organization, service organization, capital intensity.


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[Lincoln, University of Nebraska] Nebraska bakers, diesel operators, and nurserymen, to name but a few. Dick has authored a number of publications including: Operating Controls Utilized by Selected Nebraska Manufacturing Firms, a Small Business Management Research Report; Automa- tion Report No.

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