SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
This chapter summarizes the findings, generated conclusions and recommendations based on the analysis of the results of the study on Underscoring the Operations Management of MCX Motor (Phils) Inc to Uphold Filipino Standards in the Motor Industry done by the researchers. The respondents of the study were composed of thirty-two (32) management people of MCX Motor Inc. located in Bulacan. The study was conducted during the first semester of the school year 2011-2012. The descriptive method was applied by the researchers and designed questionnaires as their primary instrument in gathering data. Preliminary research and unstructured interviews were also conducted to further increase their understanding about the subject matter. To ensure impartiality on presentation, analysis and interpretation of data, the researchers used statistical tools such as: Frequency and Percentage Distribution, Ranking, Weighted Mean, One - Way Analysis of Variance and Likert scale.
Statement of the Problem
This study aimed to underscore MCX Motor (Phils) Inc Operations Management. Moreover, the profile of the company representative, the business perspective, operations management, financial perspective, problems encountered and possible solutions, socio-economic contributions and any significant difference among variables were factored in.
Specifically, this study endeavored to answer the following: 1.0 What is the profile of MCX Motor (Phils) Inc.'s management people in terms of the following:
1.3 Civil Status;
1.4 Highest Educational Attainment;
1.5 Department Assigned; and
1.6 Number of Years in the company?
2.0 What is the perspective of the business in terms of the following:
2.1 Nature of Business;
2.2 Number of Years in Operation;
2.3 Most Preferred in the Product Portfolio;
2.4 Most Common Customer; and
2.5 Most Availed Form of Sales?
3.0 How does the company manage their Operations and their strategies on the following terms;
3.1 Product Research and Development;
3.2 Quality Management;
3.3 Inventory and Material Requirements Planning;
3.4 Scheduling; and
3.5 After-Sales Services?
4.0 What is the financial perspective of MCX Motor (Phils) Inc in terms of the following:
4.1 Policies and Procedures;
4.2 Book of Accounts/Documents;
4.3 Accounting System;
4.4 Tax Implications; and
4.5 Financial Statement and Reporting?
5.0 What are the problems encountered and the possible solutions thereto?
6.0 What are the socio-economic contributions of the company? 7.0 Is there a significant difference between the profile of the respondents and its: 7,1 Operations Management;
7.2 Financial Management;
7.3 Problems Encountered and Possible Solutions; and
7.4 Socio-Economic Contributions?
Summary of Findings
In light of the data analyzed by the researchers, summary of findings were stated. 1. Profile of the respondents
Findings showed that 37.50% of the selected management people of MCX Motor (Phils.) Inc. are below 30 years old, followed by those who were from 30 up to 39 with 31.25% of the respondents. There were respondents who aged from 40 up to 49 years old which were 18.75% and those who aged from 50 above took 12.50% of the total respondents. It also showed that 59.38% were male and 40.63% were female. As to civil status, finding showed that 37.50% were single and 62.50% were married. Respondents attained different levels of education. 3.13% of them have college units while 81.25% did finish their college degree. A measly 3.13% of the respondents had their master’s while12.50% had their master’s degree. The respondents came from different departments of MCX Motor (Phils.) Inc. Spare Parts Warehouse took 5.13% of the respondents, while Research and Development had 2.56%. 7.69% of the respondents were distributed each of the three following departments, namely, Production Planning and Inventory Control,...
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