The first order will take 26 minutes to be finished. 2)How many orders can you fill in a night, assuming you are open four hours each night? 4 hours = 240 minutes 26 minutes have to be subtracted from the 240 minutes, because that is the time which we need for the first order and the next orders won't take the same amount of time because I can already start to mix another type of dough while my roommate is doing his part of the process, as you can see on the Gantt chart. The cycle time is therefore: put into oven (1 minute) + baking (9 minutes) = 10 minutes. This means every ten minutes will be a tray of cookies be baked.
1. How long will it take you to fill a rush order? Task | By who? | Cycle time | Cumulate Time | Take the order | Computer | 0 min | 0 min | Wash out / Mix ingredients | Me | 6 min | 6 min | Spoon | Me | 2 min | 8 min | Put in the oven, thermostat, timer | Roommate | 1 min | 9 min | Bake | Oven | 9 min | 18 min | Remove cookies, cool | Tray | 5 min + 0 min | 23 min | Packing | Roommate | 2 min | 25 min | Payment | Roommate | 1 min | 26 min | 1. How many orders can you fill in a night, assuming you are open four hours each night ?
Since the capacity of the entire process is equal to the capacity of the bottleneck operation, we know that we can produce up to 6 dozen cookies in an hour. However, we also have a startup and cleanup time of 8 minutes each, this makes our effectively operational time to be less. Effective Operational Time=4 ×60minutes-16minutes=224minutes=3.73hours ------------------------------------------------- Max Orders filled in a night=3.73h×6dozenh=22.38 ≈22 dozens 3. Own time used to fill one order=6+2=8 minutes Roommate's
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You will need a 10 ounce bag of miniature marshmallows, a 2 pound bag of confectioner’s sugar, 3 tablespoons of water, a large spatula, a large microwaveable bowl, some shortening, plastic wrap, and a rolling pin. First you need to empty the bag of miniature marshmallows into the large bowl and pour the 3 tablespoons of water over the marshmallow. Place the bowl in the microwave for one minute to melt the marshmallows. When it is done remove the bowl and stir the marshmallow. If the marshmallows are not all melted return the bowl to the microwave for 30 seconds at a time until they are completely melted, remembering to stir the marshmallows each time.
It worked. Here's how it went down. Preparing I sit down with Dr. Will Clower, whose new book, Eat Chocolate, Lose Weight, set off this harebrained scheme. ECLW is almost 300 pages, but the kicker is this: You can eat whatever you want during meals, but you forego other snacks and sweets in favor of starting and ending each meal with a small piece of very dark chocolate. Every meal-yes, including breakfast-needs a "starter" and an "ender" of dark chocolate, specifically the high cocoa content kind (70% cocoa or above).
($20,000 + $9000)/$2.95 = 9830.50847 | |Selling Price |Variable Cost |Contribution | |Health Burger |$1.95 |$0.75 |$1.20 | |Mixed Salad |$1.95 |$0.90 |$1.05 | |12 ounce drink |$0.95 |$0.25 |$0.70 | |Combined |$4.85 |$1.90 |$2.95 | D. For the month of May where Eileen sold 8000 health burgers, 8500 salads, and 15,000 fizzy drinks she made $9025 pre-tax dollars. This number is computed by multiplying the contributions per item times the number of items sold. Then you need to total all the contributions together. Then minus the fixed cost of $20,000 from the total contributions for the pre-tax profit. If Eileen is concerned about sales she should be focusing on the product that makes the most margin, or contribution.
Case Report: Kristen’s Cookie Company Do Tra My – Section 24 1. Process Analysis: The flow chart is included in the Appendix Task | Order Entry | Wash+Mix | Spooning | Setting | Baking | Cooling | Packing | Accepting Payment | Total | Resource | None | You | You | Roommate + Oven | Oven | None | Roommate | Roommate | | Cycle Time (mins/dozen) | 0 | 6 | 2 | 1 | 9 | 5 | 2 | 1 | 26 | Capacity(dozens/hour) | Infinity | 10x3=30 | 30 | 60 | 6.67 | 12 | 30 | 60 | | Flow Time (mins) | | 6 | 2 | 1 | 9 | 5 | 2 | 1 | 26 | Table 1: Process Analysis Assumptions: * Order is for a full box (a dozen cookies), * The rush order takes priority before any other order The amount of time to fill a rush order is equal to the sum of the cycle time of all stages: 6+2+1+9+5+2+1 = 26 minutes 2. Assumptions: * Each person orders only one box (one dozen) and orders are constant and unlimited * The first order came in at the beginning of operation hours Total amount of operation hours in minutes: 4x60 = 240mins. The process analysis above showed us that the bottle neck of the process was the combination of two stages: setting and baking, which accounted for 10minutes in total. * Capacity of the bottle neck = capacity of the process = 60/10 = 6 dozens/hour.
1. It will take Kristen's Cookie Company 26 minutes to fill a rush order of one dozen because washing the bowl and beaters, adding the ingredients and mixing the ingredients takes 6 minutes; spooning the cookies takes 2 minutes per dozen; putting the cookies in the oven takes 1 minute; cooking time is 9 minutes; letting them cool takes 5 minutes; it takes 2 minutes to pack each box; and it takes 1 minute to accept payment. All of these processes add up to 26 minutes. 2. Assuming Kristen's Cookie Company is open for four hours each night, Kristen's Cookie Company can successfully complete 22 orders of a dozen cookies each.