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Questions:

1. What’s your company’s brief history?

2. What’s its vision and mission?

3. How does your company operate the business?

4. Is your plant run as part of an overall supply chain?

5. Are production planning and maintenance planning done together?

6. Do you implement any mechanism to systematically and comprehensively


address these issues and make decisions?

7. Does top management understand the risk or degree of control of a planned or


unplanned shutdown?

8. If there is an unscheduled breakdown or shutdown, can you opportunistically


schedule other maintenance, or are you just coping? To what degree are you able
to look at that as being 'in control' or 'out of control’?

9. How reliable are your metrics for managing the plant?

10. Does the plant compare its planning program prediction with what's actually
happening in the plant?

11. Do you have a visible leader of your supply chain?

12. Are there any major technology/equipment upgrades planned for the current
system?

13. Describe you ideal work environment.

14. Every business has its own style. What is the office environment and culture at
manufacturing?

15. What is a typical day in the life of an employee at manufacturing? Are people
dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full on suits?

16. Name three of your major weaknesses in OM.

17. Describe a time you had to deal with a difficult customer.


18. How does your company operate each these 10 OM strategy decisions? Pls.
explain briefly the ff. in accordance to the company’s product operations
management. (Highly-needed)

 Design of goods and services


 Managing quality
 Process strategy
 Location strategies
 Layout strategies
 Human resources
 Supply chain management
 Inventory management
 Scheduling
 Maintenance

19. As a production operation manager, what are the risks and challenges are you
facing?

20. Can I have some specific examples of problems that your OM has experienced,
and how your employees jumped in to help out?

21. Production downtime, as well as, unexpected breakdowns increases the costs of
manufacturing. Tell us about a situation in which you reduced or recovered
production or maintenance costs?

22. How did you resolve all your problems?

23. Give an example of a failure or disappointment that you’ve experienced and what
you learned from it?

24. What do you like best about working at manufacturing?

25. Describe your plans (if any) for continued education, job-related training, or
professional development you have for the coming year.