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2nd part, new version of the business simulation game, aspects as money, decentralised purchasing, customer decoupling point, specific customer demands, "legostics"

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WHY MAKE A PLANNING? To ensure that the operation runs effectively and produces quality products it is a requirement to make a good planning. Its necessary that the resources are available: + In the appropriate quantity + At the appropriate time + In the appropriate level of quality

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SUPPORTING DISCIPLINES: STATISTICS Taro Yamane: Statistics, an Introductory Analysis + The theory and methods of collecting, tabulating, and analyzing numerical data comprise the study and application of statistics as the subject will be discussed in this book.   + If, as mentioned before, statistics may be considered a common kit of tools for describing and analyzing data of various disciplines, …

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SUPPORTING DISCIPLINES: STATISTICS Mood and Graybill. Introduction to the theory of statistics + Statistics provides tools for making decisions when conditions of uncertainty prevail… + Statistics can be divided into two broad classifications: (1) descriptive statistics, which is concerned with summarizing data and describing these data, and (2) inferential statistics, which is concerned with the process of using data to make decisions about the more general case of which the data are part.

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SUPPORTING DISCIPLINES: STATISTICS W M Harper, Statistics + Statistics concerns itself with obtaining an insight into the real world by means of analysis of numerical relationships. + Let us be quite clear about this. Statistics is not tables of numbers, set of techniques, lists of formulae, but it is an approach to understanding the world about us. + Paradoxical as it may seem, the statistician has much in common with the poet, for both must be able to see deeper reality beneath the veil of the apparent.

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PLANNING Tower B

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TOWER A

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Tower A TOWER A 1 2 3 Quantity ordered Frequency

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TOWER B

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Quantity ordered Frequency TOWER B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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TOWER C

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TOWER C Quantity ordered Frequency 1 2

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ENTRY STOCK

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