Hazel Case Essay

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In what ways are Hazel's customers most likely to judge the quality of her lawn care service?Answer: They will give some feedback regarding the cleaning after done cutting their grass, the duration of how long the lawn care service will be done, length of the grass should not be too long or too short, and the health condition of grass.Hazel is the operations manager of her business. Among her responsibilities are forecasting, inventory management, scheduling, quality assurance, and maintenance.What kinds of things would likely require forecasts?Answer: weather, seasons, and maintenance.What inventory items does Hazel probably have? Name one inventory decision she has to make periodically.Answer: parts of mowing machines, gas, and fertilizer. She has to make inventory decision periodically is the quantity of fertilizer.What scheduling must she do? What things might occur to disrupt schedules and cause Hazel to reschedule?Answer: workers' timetable, mow machine, and maintenance. Mow machine breakdown, workers get sick, bad weather and any emergencies happen will cause Hazel to reschedule.How important is quality assurance to Hazel's business? Explain.Answer: It is very important because since Hazel just started her new business which mean she does not has enough number of customers. If she wants to maintain her business, it is important to keep her reputation and quality of the service in order to get repeat customers.What kinds of maintenance must be performed?Answer: oil change, sharpness of the blade, and regular check the mow machine's engine.What are some of the trade-offs that Hazel probably considered relative to:Working for a company instead of for herself?Answer: She will waste time to find a job. Since she is an employee, she will not worry lots of stuffs and she does not need to take care of so much stuffs compare to own a business.Expanding the business?Answer: She can earn more profit but for doing this, she needs a big capital to support her.Launching a web site?Answer: It costs a lot to have a web site, on the other hand, she can able to get new customers from other neighborhoods.The town is considering an ordinance that would prohibit putting grass clippings at the curb for pickup because local landfills cannot handle the volume. What options might Hazel consider if the ordinance is passed? Name two advantages and two drawbacks of each option.Answer: Advantages 1. It can increase Hazel's business because the customers would not wait the grasses grow too long to call the mow service.2. Hazel also can start a new pick up service to help the customers to collect all the grass clippings and throw it away.Drawbacks 1. The working volume is increased which means Hazel needs to hire more employees to assist her.2. Hazel has to reschedule all her working hours and it might be increased her working hours compare to previous.Hazel decided to offer the students who worked for her a bonus of $25 for ideas on how to improve the business, and...

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