Pizza Store Simulation

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Pizza Store Layout Simulation University of Phoenix Introduction The concept of the learning curve is a powerful tool and is applicable to all learning processes. In this simulation I became the manager and ran the Pizza store hoping to produce a better process for the amount of time a customer waits for their order. The goal of my job was to apply the learning curve concepts to test the alternative against the current process of the Pizza store. I will explain and provide information on the processes that I chose to implement, the outcome of each process, and the overall success of my performance. Mario opened his Pizza parlor in 1950 which is located indoor at the local mall. The current problem that is going on with the…show more content…
I chose to rent Cream Puffs next door since there has been an increase in demand. This was a very good decision which allowed flexibility for the business and an increase in profit. Here are the performance data that displays the results. {draw:frame} Conclusion Overall Mario was pleased with the success of the business and decided to let me take over the store. I applied all the fundamentals of the learning curve such as repeating the simulation and the tasks, which caused improvement. I did not get everything correct the first time which is why I kept going applying the process. The learning curve concepts made the end results of the process improve causing the new process to be better than the current process of the Pizza store. References Businessdictionary.com. 2009. Learning Curve. Retrieved November 16, 2009 from http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/learning-curve.html University of Phoenix. (2009). Pizza Store Layout Simulation. Retrieved November 16, 2009, from University of Phoenix, Simulation, OPS571—Operations Management Course

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