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Apr 05, 2023

Module Code & Title :- BMG855 Operations Management
Assessment Type :- Assignment
The Paramount Diner :-
The case describes the Paramount: a 44-seat diner in the Beacon Hill neigh bour hood of Boston Massachusetts. The restaurant is a popular favourite among locals and tourists particularly for brunch on weekends when queues can stretch down the street. The case study focuses on the restaurant’s unusual seating policy and a recent increase in the popularity of carryout orders.

The purpose of this case study are threefold: firstly, to provide students the opportunity to practice basic process analysis concepts such as cycle time through put time input rates out put rates bottle necks and utilization secondly for students to consider the analytical and psychological dynamics of queues & operational transparency and thirdly to enable students to consider the inter relationships between the design of an operation and the corresponding behaviours of customers and employees.

The assignment requires students to complete the following five questions.

1) Essay on Theory of Swift Even Flow
Students should read appropriate material regarding the importance of managing flow and productivity. The key theory to investigate is TSEF Theory of Swift Even Flow. A list of books and articles have been suggested to get you started. Students should also perform key word searches to supplement the directed reading.

The objective of this scholarship is to help students to critically evaluate operations management relative to traditional management.

BMG855 Operations Management Assignment – UK

Suggested Key Words :
swift even flow productivity services manufacturing health care patient flow operations management.
You may want to combine a couple of these key words in your search using AND e.g. swift even flow AND productivity.

2) Process Analysis
a) Following the guidelines provided below conduct a quantitative analysis of the restaurant operation to identify the bottle neck in the process and to calculate how long customers might have to wait to be served.
b) Explain how the unusual seating policy is an operations management tool.

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