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Management 361 (MNGT 361) BSG Quiz 1

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Management 361 (MNGT 361)

BSG Quiz 1 Answers
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In Year 11, footwear companies can expect to sell
exactly 4.844 million branded pairs and 800,000 private-label pairs.
an average of 4.84 million branded pairs and an average of 800,000 private-label pairs, although sales
at some companies may run higher or lower than the averages due to differing levels of competitive
effort.
an average of 3.8 million branded pairs and an average of 2.3 million private-label pairs, although sales
at some companies may run higher or lower than the averages due to differing levels of competitive
effort.
an average of 5.2 million branded pairs and an average of 1.3 million private-label pairs.
no less than 4.0 and no more than 5.0 million branded pairs and no less than 700,000 and no more
than 900,000 private-label pairs.
The interest rate a company pays on loans outstanding depends on
its credit rating.
its current ratio, the amount of cash on hand to make interest payments, and the average annual amount
of free cash flow.
its balance sheet strength as measured by its current ratio, debt-equity ratio, and default risk ratio.
how much it has borrowed—the lower the amount of loans the company has taken out, the lower the
interest rate on any new loans.
how many consecutive years the company has been profitable, its current ratio, and its free cash flow.
The company’s present production capability (as of Year 10) is
8 million pairs without the use of overtime and 10 million pairs with the use of overtime.
4 million pairs without the use of overtime and 5 million pairs with the use of overtime.
6 million pairs without the use of overtime and 7.2 million pairs with the use of overtime.
6 million pairs without the use of overtime and 6.6 million pairs with the use of overtime.
4 million pairs without the use of overtime and 6 million pairs with the use of overtime.
The factors that affect a company’s S/Q rating include:
the size of incentive bonuses paid to workers for defect-free workmanship; expenditures for
best practices training; the age of plants and whether plant upgrades D and E have been
installed; and the durability of its footwear.
the percentage use of superior materials; a company’s cumulative spending for TQM/Six Sigma
quality control programs; the use of best practices training; and expenditures for new
styling/features per model.
the number of performance features built into its branded models/styles; how long it has been
using TQM/Six Sigma quality control programs; whether the company has invested in plant
upgrade Option F; and plant reject rates.
how big the incentive payment per non-defective pair is; whether shoes are produced with
100% standard materials or 100% superior materials, the durability and of its footwear; and
how many models/styles are included in its product line.

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