Explain what is the benefit of Stand alone and do nothing and why is favorable.

I need the below revisions and If I an get the same writer please since the writer has the actual spreadsheets and calculations to get this done.. ( reference of all material on order# 3635691)

Please make all the changes in the attached power point slides only and add them to that attachment when completed do not add them separate.

This covers all of A revisions: ( A+ A1)

Slide 13 decision Tree needs to be change , change the value of Note 20 and subtract 20,000. Slide 26 needs to be change from positive 50,0000 to negative 50,000 changing that will change the formula. Once that is complete you need to explain he recommendations here below on the footnote of the slide.

You need to explain recommendation, why you conducted the survey, Explain what is the benefit of Stand alone and do nothing and why is favorable. Explain lease store and why is not favorable.

You need to explain recommendation, why you conducted the survey, Explain what is the benefit of Stand alone and do nothing and why is favorable. Explain lease store and why is not favorable. You need to explain all 3.

This covers all of B revisions:

Need to explain why Activity I is the least expensive way possible and chose that is the activity that needs to crash how much note says. The best answer is activity I and only need to go in details on it under slide 17 and explain best chose and why I is the best choice, please be detailed.

Theirs no slide mention of 2 approaches or reducing waste and efficiency please create a slide that explains the philosophies and theirs an explains on chapter 16 / page 622.

A. Store Recommendation

Criterion Score: 0.00

Comments on this criterion: A direct response to the prompt was not located. Please clearly recommend whether the company should build a stand-alone store, mall store, or not proceed with construction and whether to conduct the survey. Please support the recommendation with a discussion of the decision tree results.

For instruction on decision trees and location strategies, please revisit the section entitled Decision Trees in the Decision Analysis Course of Study by following this link (or copy and paste the link into a new browser address bar):

https://wsdi1.wgu.edu/cos/courses/20040/activity/45831

Click on MyOMLab and navigate to the Operations Management Module A (Decision Making Tools) and Chapter 8 (Location Strategies). Review example 7 in Module A in MyOMLab for an example of a similar problem and how to solve it. Additionally, reviewing Shuzworld Retail Stores Analysis in the Shuzworld Case Study may be particularly helpful.

A1. Store: Output

Criterion Score: 0.00

Comments on this criterion: Output using the decision tree analysis tool is provided; however, incorrect data is provided related to the not conducting the survey path.

For instruction on decision trees and location strategies, please revisit the section entitled Decision Trees in the Decision Analysis Course of Study by following this link (or copy and paste the link into a new browser address bar):

https://wsdi1.wgu.edu/cos/courses/20040/activity/45831

Click on MyOMLab and navigate to the Operations Management Module A (Decision Making Tools) and Chapter 8 (Location Strategies). Review example 7 in Module A in MyOMLab for an example of a similar problem and how to solve it. Additionally, reviewing Shuzworld Retail Stores Analysis in the Shuzworld Case Study may be particularly helpful.

B. Project Techniques

Criterion Score: 2.00

Comments on this criterion: A general discussion of Gantt chart, CPM, and PERT is provided. The correct project duration time (108 days) and completion time within a 95% confidence interval (122 days) are provided. The work recommends activity one (A) for crashing at a cost of $2,500. The cost for crashing is correct; however, activity one is not the optimal solution.

For instruction on project management tools, please revisit the section entitled Project Management Tools in the Decision Analysis Course of Study by following this link (or copy and paste the link into a new browser address bar):

https://wsdi1.wgu.edu/cos/courses/20040/activity/45832

Click on MyOMLab and navigate to the Operations Management Chapter 3 (Project Management). Review examples 8-12 in Chapter 3 in MyOMLab for examples of similar problems and how to solve them. Additionally, reviewing Grande Re-Opening: Expansion Project in the Shuzworld Case Study may be particularly helpful.

E2. Philosophies

Criterion Score: 0.00

Comments on this criterion: A direct response was not located within the submission.

For instruction on operations management philosophies, please revisit the section entitled Philosophies of Operations Management in the Decision Analysis Course of Study by following this link (or copy and paste the link into a new browser address bar):

https://wsdi1.wgu.edu/cos/courses/20040/activity/45836

Click on MyOMLab and navigate to the Operations Management Chapter 16 (JIT and Lean Operations).

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