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OPSCB/574 Competency 1 Assessment and Rubric Course Title: Creating Value Through Operations Competency Assessment Title: Statistical Process Control Methods Total Number of Points: 100 Assignment Directions Step 1: Process Evaluation Create a new Word doc for the elements of this assignment. Evaluate your process using 1 of the following: • Use the lean concept to find ways to eliminate waste and improve the process. • Use SPC or Six Sigma to reduce defects or variances in the process. Add your evaluation to your Word doc with the header "Process Evaluation." Step 2: Evaluation of Control Chart and Process Metrics Complete the following in Excel: • Calculate the defined process metrics including variation and process capability. • Develop and display a control chart for the process. • Evaluate the control chart and process metrics using Statistical Process Control (SPC) methods. Determine whether the process could benefit from the use of Six Sigma, Lean, or other tools. (Include all calculation and charts.) Write your evaluation in your assignment Word doc under the header "Evaluation of Control Chart and Process Metrics."OPSCB/574 Competency 1 Rubric Page 2 of 3 Step 3: Executive Summary Write a 700-word executive summary that includes the following: • A summary of the Process Evaluation (using either Lean or SPC or Six Sigma) • A summary of the Evaluation of Control Chart and Process metrics based on SPC methods • A summary of your evaluation of whether the process would benefit from the use of Six Sigma, Lean, or other tools • A description of the SPC project and recommendations for improvements Add your summary to your Word doc with the header, "Executive Summary." OPSCB/574 Competency 1 Rubric Page 3 of 3 Competency Assessment Rubric Assignment/Performance Criteria Mastery 100% Meets Expectations 85% Not Met 0% 1. Evaluation of the process (weight 20%) Thoroughly evaluated the process. Partially evaluated the process. Narrowly evaluated the process or did not submit evaluation of process. 2. Evaluation of the control chart and process metrics using the statistical process control methods (weight 20%) Thoroughly evaluated the control chart and process metrics using statistical process control methods.Partially evaluated the control chart and process metrics using statistical process control methods.Narrowly evaluated the control chart and process metrics using statistical process control methods or did not submit evaluation of the control chart and process metrics using statistical process control methods. 3. Process evaluation summary (weight 10%) Thoroughly developed a summary of the process evaluation.Partially developed a summary of the process evaluation.Narrowly developed a summary of the process evaluation or did not submit a summary of the process evaluation. 4. Summary of control chart and process metrics based on SPC methods (weight 10%) Thoroughly developed a summary of the evaluation of control chart and process metrics based on SPC methods.Partially developed a summary of the evaluation of control chart and process metrics based on SPC methods.Narrowly developed a summary of the evaluation of control chart and process metrics based on SPC methods or did not submit a summary of the process evaluation. 5. Six Sigma, Lean, or other tools evaluation summary (weight 10%) Thoroughly developed a summary of the evaluation of whether the process would benefit from the use of Six Sigma, Lean, or other tools.Partially developed a summary of the evaluation of whether the process would benefit from the use of Six Sigma, Lean, or other tools.Narrowly developed a summary of the evaluation of whether the process would benefit from the use of Six Sigma, Lean, or other tools or did not submit a summary of the evaluation of whether the process would benefit from the use of Six Sigma, Lean, or other tools 6. Description of the Statistical Process Control (SPC) project (weight 15%) Provided a detailed description of the SPC project.Provided a partial description of the SPC project.Provided a narrow description of the SPC project or did not provide a description of the SPC project. 7. Recommendations for improvement (weight 15%) Provided detailed recommendations for improvements.Provided partial recommendations for improvements.Provided vague recommendations for improvements or did not provide recommendations for improvements.OPSCB/574 Competency 2 Assessment and RubricCopyright 2021 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. OPSCB/574 Competency 2 Assessment and Rubric Course Title: Creating Value Through Operations Competency Assessment Title: Project Presentation Total Number of Points: 100 Assignment Directions Review the various responsibilities of a project manager by organizing a project. See Chapter 19, sections 19.9 and Cases. The project will be a continuation of how to improve the process you chose in Competency 1. Apply project management tools and a project management outline type of your choice to structure and plan the project by defining, planning, and controlling. Create a 10- to 12-slide PowerPoint presentation (supported by Excel and Word as needed), with detailed speaker notes, that includes the following: • Project description • Project Management Charts (Critical Path, Gantt Chart, etc.) • Meeting cadence/rhythm and timing • Metrics to measure the project’s success • Financial and budgetary considerations • Description of the project reporting structureSubmit your assignment. OPSCB/574 Competency 2 Rubric Page 2 of 2 Copyright 2021 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Competency Assessment Rubric Assignment/Performance Criteria Mastery 100% Meets Expectations 85% Not Met 0% 1. Project description (weight 10%) Thoroughly described the project. Partially described the project. Narrowly described the project or did not submit a description of the project. 2. Project management charts (weight 20%) Project management charts were completely accurate. Project management charts were somewhat accurate. Project management charts were mostly inaccurate or did not submit project management charts. 3. Meeting cadence/rhythm and timing (weight 10%) Thoroughly described meeting cadence/rhythm and timing of the project. Partially described meeting cadence/rhythm and timing of the project. Narrowly described meeting cadence/rhythm and timing of the project or did not submit a description of meeting cadence/rhythm and timing of the project. 4. Metrics to measure the project’s success (weight 20%) Thoroughly discussed all metrics to measure the project’s success. Partially discussed most metrics to measure the project’s success. Narrowly discussed some metrics to measure the project’s success. 5. Financial and budgetary considerations (weight 20%) Thoroughly discussed financial and budgetary considerations of the project. Partially discussed financial and budgetary considerations of the project. Narrowly discussed financial and budgetary considerations of the project or did not submit financial and budgetary considerations of the project. 6. Describe and present the project reporting structure. (weight 20%) Thoroughly described the project reporting structure. Partially described the project reporting structure. Narrowly described the project reporting structure or did not submit the project reporting structure.Assignment DirectionsCompetency Assessment RubricOPSCB/574 Competency 3 Rubric Page 1 of 3 Copyright 2021 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.OPSCB/574 Competency 3 Assessment and Rubric Course Title: Creating Value Through Operations Competency Assessment Title: Supply Chain Operations Plan Total Number of Points: 100 Assignment Directions Use the company that you chose to work with in the second Competency Assessment of this course, which is the company you will use for your entire business plan. Build a supply chain plan and diagram for the company by analyzing factors that affect sourcing, logistics, metrics, suppliers, and risk. Create your supply chain diagram using one of the following tools: • Excel • PowerPoint • Visio • PictoGram • PDF • Other faculty-approved platform Write an 875-word analysis of the supply chain operations plan. Include the following in your analysis: • A visual depiction of your supply chain diagram • Your supply chain plan • Value chain and flow of structure • Inputs • Outputs, including customer service structure • Inventory points and forecasting • Sourcing activities • Risks • Locations • Logistics Submit your assignment.OPSCB/574 Competency 3 Rubric Page 2 of 3 Copyright 2021 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Competency Assessment Rubric Assignment/Performance Criteria Mastery 100% Meets Expectations 85% Not Met 0% 1. Supply chain plan/diagram (weight 20%) Thoroughly developed the supply chain plan/diagram. Partially developed the supply chain plan/diagram. Narrowly developed the supply chain plan/diagram or did not submit a supply chain plan/diagram 2. Analyze the value chain and flow of structures (weight 10%) Thoroughly analyzed the value chain and flow of structures of the supply chain.Partially analyzed the value chain and flow of structures of the supply chain.Narrowly analyzed the value chain and flow of structures of the supply chain or did not submit an analysis of value chain and flow of structures of the supply chain. 3. Analyze inputs (weight 10%) Thoroughly analyzed the inputs of the supply chain.Partially analyzed the inputs of the plan.Narrowly analyzed the inputs of the plan or did not submit an analysis of the inputs of the plan. 4. Analyze outputs, including customer services structures. (weight 10%) Thoroughly analyzed the outputs, including customer services structures of the supply chain.Partially analyzed the outputs, including customer services structures of the plan.Narrowly analyzed the outputs, including customer services structures of the plan or did not submit an analysis of outputs, including customer services structures of the plan. 5. Analyze inventory points and forecasting (weight 10%) Thoroughly analyzed inventory points and forecasting of the supply chain.Partially analyzed inventory points and forecasting of the supply chain.Narrowly analyzed inventory points and forecasting of the supply chain or did not submit an analysis of inventory points and forecasting of the supply chain.
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Dr Shweta answered on May 29 2022
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Process Evaluation
Process evaluation is a crucial part of project management which basically emphases on the project’s implementation process and tries to evaluate how successfully the project followed the designed
strategy which is planned in the logic model. The main steps involved in the process evaluation are-Description of the intervention, defining the acceptable features of delivery, formulation of related questions, determination of project methodology, planning of the required resources and finalisation of the project management plan..It can be performed by different methods like using the lean concept that provides the suitable ways to eliminate the waste and helps in the improvement of the process or by the use of SPC or Six Sigma method to decrease the defects or variances generated in the process.
Executive summary:
In this competency, I am taking the example of a drug manufacturing company which is producing the drugs against bacterial infections. Here, I am discussing the process strategy of his company and perform its process evaluation by Six Sigma method to reduce defects or variances in the process. Six sigma methods are selected here because it improves the organization’s performance by its statistical, data-driven and problem-solving method.
Let’s begin with the process strategy of the pharmaceutical company- The Company X is producing antibiotics using the same raw material and machines for 30 days but the quantity of drugs produced each day vary from each other as shown in the table below, which is turn affects the company’s productivity and lowers the yield.
Table 1: Drug production by Company X before optimization by six sigma method
    Days
    Number of drugs produced
    1
    117
    2
    123
    3
    119
    4
    94
    5
    125
    6
    120
    7
    121
    8
    127
    9
    146
    10
    120
    11
    113
    12
    121
    13
    143
    14
    118
    15
    121
    16
    120
    17
    92
    18
    128
    19
    114
    20
    95
    21
    120
    22
    150
    23
    121
    24
    112
    25
    149
    26
    144
    27
    120
    28
    142
    29
    110
    30
    139
From this table, this is clear that even after utilizing the same material there is significant difference in the number of drugs...
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