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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

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World Applications & Connections

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Section

11.2

Job Design and Planning

In this section:


Operations managers must understand the work their employees do
and the how to make their operating systems function every day.
This
section discusses:



Job Design



Day
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to
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Day Operations Planning

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11.2

Job Design and Planning



What You’ll Learn



How managers design jobs.



Factors affecting the physical work environment.



The role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.



How managers plan aggregate production.

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Job Design and Planning

Why It’s Important


Careful planning of a business’s day
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to
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day operations is necessary if
companies are to use their resources efficiently.

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Job Design and Planning



Key Terms



job design







aggregate production planning



activity scheduling




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Job Design and Planning



Job Design


The Physical Work Environment


Job Characteristics



A job design describes the work an individual or group of individuals
is supposed to perform. It has two parts:

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Job Design and Planning

Job Characteristics

1.
skill variety

2.
task identity

3.
task significance

4.
autonomy

5.
feedback


A job design can be described in terms of five key characteristics.

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Job Design and Planning

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Job Design and Planning

OSHA


The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 established
specific safety guidelines governing most workplaces.


OSHA stands for Occupational Safety and Health Administration.


It is a federal government agency that inspects workplaces to
ensure that they comply with OSHA regulations.

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Job Design and Planning

Fig 2
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Day
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to
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Day Operations Planning


Production planning involves three components:



Aggregate Production Planning



Resource Allocation



Activity Scheduling

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Job Design and Planning

Fact and Idea Review

1.

List the five job characteristics managers need to consider in

designing jobs.

2.

Explain the concept of task identity

3.

Which federal government agency inspects work places to ensure

that they are safe?

4.

What is resource allocation?

5.

How do production mangers schedule production activity?