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Contemporary Logistics, Murphy, 2018, 12th Edition - Quiz Answer - Chapter 3

MBA Logistics and SCM

LOGISTICS, GLOBAL LOGISTICS, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 2016-2018

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CHAPTER 3: STRATEGIC AND FINANCIAL LOGISTICS

 

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CHAPTER 3: STRATEGIC AND FINANCIAL LOGISTICS

 

Multiple Choice Questions (correct answers are bolded)

 

  1. Depending on industry and product type, reverse logistics costs as a percent of revenue can range between ___________ and ___________ percent.

 

  1. 5; 10
  2. 4; 8
  3. 3; 6
  4. 2; 4

 

[LO: material at beginning of the chapter; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following is not a level at which strategy can be formulated?

 

  1. corporate
  2. business unit
  3. functional
  4. individual location

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ strategy is focused on determining the goals for the company, the types of businesses in which the company should compete, and the way the company will be managed.

 

  1. Functional level
  2. Business unit level
  3. Divisional level
  4. Corporate level

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Strategy at a ___________ level is primarily focused on the products and services provided to customers and on finding ways to develop and maintain a sustainable competitive advantage with these customers.

 

  1. functional
  2. business unit
  3. divisional
  4. corporate

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following is not one of the generic strategies that can be pursued by an organization, as identified by strategist Michael Porter?

 

  1. value enhancement
  2. differentiation
  3. cost leadership
  4. focus

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A ___________ strategy entails an organization developing a product and/or service that offers unique attributes that are valued by customers and that the customer perceives to be distinct from competitor offerings.

 

  1. focus
  2. differentiation
  3. value enhancement
  4. market orientation

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which generic strategy concentrates an organization’s effort on a narrowly defined market to achieve either a cost leadership or differentiation strategy?

 

  1. hybrid
  2. market orientation
  3. tailored
  4. focus

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A(n) ___________ entails the functional units of an organization providing input into the other levels of strategy formulation.

 

  1. supply chain
  2. differentiation strategy
  3. hierarchy of strategy
  4. enterprise resource system

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following represents the preferred hierarchy of strategy (i.e., from the first strategy to be developed to the last to be developed)?

 

  1. corporateàbusiness unitàfunctional
  2. functionalàbusiness unitàcorporate
  3. corporateàbusiness unitàdivisional
  4. business unitàdivisionalàfunctional

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ strategy decisions involve issues such as the number and location of warehouses and the selection of appropriate transportation modes.

 

  1. Marketing
  2. Production
  3. Finance
  4. Logistics

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following is not a potential type of logistics strategy decision?

 

  1. investments in technology that support logistics activities
  2. selection of appropriate transportation modes
  3. deployment of inventory
  4. product availability

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. When developing logistics strategy, a(n) ___________ strategy refers to the management of logistics activities with a focus on costs.

 

  1. market
  2. process
  3. differentiation
  4. information

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A(n) ___________ strategy refers to management of logistical activities with a goal of achieving coordination and collaboration through the channel.

 

  1. market
  2. process
  3. differentiation
  4. information

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A(n) ___________ strategy allows retail customers to order products anywhere, any time, and on any device, while also allowing them to take delivery when and where they want.

 

  1. value co-creation
  2. omnichannel
  3. hybrid logistics
  4. information-centric

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The ___________ shows revenues, expenses, and profit for a period of time.

 

  1. balance sheet
  2. current ratio
  3. income statement
  4. statement of cash flows

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. In general, the ___________ measures the profitability of the products and/or services provided by a company.

 

  1. balance sheet
  2. Strategic Profit Model (SPM)
  3. Balanced Scorecard (BSC)
  4. income statement

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; East; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The ___________ reflects the assets, liabilities, and owners’ equity at a given point in time.

 

  1. Balanced Scorecard (BSC)
  2. balance sheet
  3. income statement
  4. Strategic Profit Model (SPM)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The balance sheet reflects the assets, liabilities, and ___________ at a given point in time.

 

  1. costs of goods sold
  2. net income
  3. owners’ equity
  4. asset turnover

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following does not appear on the balance sheet?

 

  1. assets
  2. owners’ equity
  3. liabilities
  4. net income

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]        

 

  1. Which of the following does not affect cash flows within an organization?

 

  1. revenue growth
  2. asset utilization
  3. inventory
  4. accounts receivable

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The ___________ Act has implications for logistics managers in terms of internal controls, off balance sheet obligations, and timely reporting of material events.

 

  1. Glass-Steagall
  2. Financial Managers
  3. Sarbanes-Oxley
  4. Regulatory Accountability

 

[LO 3.3:  To explain organizational financial reporting requirements affected by logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

 

  1. The current ratio is calculated by dividing ___________ by ___________.

 

  1. total current assets; total current liabilities
  2. total current liabilities; total current assets
  3. total assets; total liabilities
  4. total liabilities; total assets

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Which of the following is a common measure of organizational financial success?

 

  1. Net profit margin
  2. Income statement
  3. Current ratio
  4. Return on Investment (ROI)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. What provides the framework for conducting return on assets (ROA) analysis by incorporating revenues and expenses to generate net profit margin, as well as inclusion of assets to measure asset turnover?

 

  1. Balanced Scorecard (BSC)
  2. Strategic Profit Model (SPM)
  3. Balance Sheet
  4. Supply Chain Operations Reference Model

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Return on assets (ROA) equals:

 

  1. current assets divided by total assets.
  2. return on investment divided by return on net worth.
  3. net profit margin times asset turnover.
  4. total assets divided by costs of goods sold.

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Suppose that a logistics manager is able to eliminate some unnecessary inventory, which reduces the value of current assets as well as total asset value. What is the corresponding impact on inventory turnover and return on assets (ROA)?

 

  1. Both inventory turnover and ROA increase.
  2. Inventory turnover increases and ROA decreases.
  3. Inventory turnover decreases and ROA increases.
  4. Both inventory turnover and ROA decrease.

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Difficult; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. What is the formula for net profit margin?

 

  1. Gross Profit minus Interest Expenses
  2. Sales divided by Costs of Goods Sold
  3. Total Sales divided by Total Assets
  4. Net Profit divided by Sales

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

           

  1. With respect to net profit margin, the most relevant categories for logistics managers to consider are:

 

  1. sales, costs of goods sold, and asset turnover.
  2. accounts receivable, costs of goods sold, and total expenses.
  3. sales, costs of goods sold, and total expenses.
  4. inventory, accounts receivable, and total expenses.

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. What is the formula for asset turnover?

 

  1. total sales divided by total assets
  2. net profit divided by total assets
  3. return on assets divided by total assets
  4. return on investment divided by return on net worth

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. With respect to asset turnover, ___________ is typically the most relevant logistics asset.

 

  1. warehousing
  2. inventory
  3. transportation equipment
  4. materials handling equipment

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) approach is based on the belief that management should evaluate their business from ___________ distinct perspectives.

 

  1. two
  2. three
  3. four
  4. five

 

[LO 3.5:  To consider the value of utilizing the Balanced Scorecard approach for examining the performance of a logistics system; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The ___________ is based on the belief that management should evaluate their business from four different perspectives.

 

  1. Balanced Scorecard (BSC)
  2. Strategic Profit Model (SPM)
  3. Boston Consulting Group Matrix
  4. Gross Margin Return on Inventory

 

[LO 3.5:  To consider the value of utilizing the Balanced Scorecard approach for examining the performance of a logistics system; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Logistics measurement systems have been traditionally designed to include information on how many types of performance?

 

  1. two
  2. three
  3. four
  4. five

 

[LO 3.6:  To compare some of the common performance measures for logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Performance measurement in ___________ is used to identify design and operations options that provide benefits in terms of increased speed or reduced costs.

 

  1. materials handling
  2. warehousing
  3. packaging
  4. order management

 

[LO 3.6:  To compare some of the common performance measures for logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. ___________ looks at how long an organization’s cash is tied up in receivables, payables, and inventory.

 

  1. Cash-to-cash cycle
  2. Cash flow
  3. Gross margin return on investment (GMROI)
  4. Current ratio

 

[LO 3.6:  To compare some of the common performance measures for logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

True-False Questions

 

  1. Depending on the industry and product type, reverse logistics costs as a percentage of revenues can range between 2 and 4 percent. (False)

 

[LO: material at beginning of the chapter; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Developing financial fluency is a critical skill for contemporary logistics managers. (True)

 

[LO: material at beginning of the chapter; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Logistics performance is important for achieving competitive advantage for many firms. (True)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Easy; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Strategy can be formulated at a corporate level, a business unit level, and a functional level. (True)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Strategy at a business unit level is primarily focused on the types of businesses in which the company should compete and the way the company should be managed. (False)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Strategist Michael Porter identified three generic strategies that can be pursued by an organization—namely, cost leadership, differentiation, and value enhancement. (False)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A differentiation strategy entails an organization developing a product and/or service that offers unique attributes that are valued by customers and that customers perceive to be distinct from competitor offerings. (True)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The hierarchy of strategy entails the functional units of an organization providing input into the other levels of strategy formulation. (True)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Functional level strategies exist in marketing and production, but not in logistics. (False)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Marketing goals in areas such as product availability, desired customer service levels, and packaging design have limited influence on logistics decisions. (False)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A process strategy refers to management of logistics activities across business units with a focus on reducing complexity for customers. (False)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Research indicates a positive benefit to aligning functional strategies, such as marketing or logistics, with the overall corporate strategy. (True)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. An omnichannel strategy allows retail customers to order products anywhere, any time, and on any device, while also allowing them to take delivery when and where they want. (True)

 

[LO 3.1:  To understand how logistics decisions can influence an organization’s strategic financial outcomes; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. An understanding of financial terminology can help logisticians to manage logistical activities to improve their company’s financial performance. (True)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Moderate; Application; AACSB category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The income statement is the same thing as the balance sheet. (False)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Moderate; Application; AACSB category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. In general, the income statement measures the profitability of the products and/or service provided by a company. (True)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Superior logistics service can have a positive influence on an organization’s financial performance. (True)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The balance sheet reflects the assets, liabilities, and costs of goods sold at a given point in time. (False)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Long-term assets have a useful life of more than two years. (False)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Owners’ equity is the difference between what a company owns and what it owes at any particular point in time. (True)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The income statement details how an organization generates cash and where cash is used during a defined period of time. (False)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. In terms of the statement of cash flows, the connections between logistics activities and cash flows occur primarily in the operating and financing areas. (True)

 

[LO 3.2:  To review basic financial terminology used by logistics managers; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Three primary areas where the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) has implications for logistics managers are internal controls, off balance sheet obligations, and timely reporting of material events. (True)

 

[LO 3.3:  To explain organizational financial reporting requirements affected by logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The current ratio is calculated by dividing total current liabilities by total current assets. (False)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A common measure of organizational financial success is return on investment (ROI). (True)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Return on assets (ROA) equals net profit margin times asset turnover. (True)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) provides the framework for conducting return on assets (ROA) analysis by incorporating revenues and expenses to generate net profit margin, as well as inclusion of assets to measure asset turnover. (False)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A reduction in inventory would increase inventory turnover, which means an increase in that organization’s return on assets (ROA). (True)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Operationally, net profit margin is net profit divided by cost of goods sold. (False)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. With respect to net profit margin, the most relevant categories for logistics managers to consider are sales, costs of goods sold, and asset turnover. (False)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The primary influence of logistics activities on sales would be through the improvement of customer service. (True)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Asset turnover is calculated by dividing return on assets by total assets. (False)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Easy; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. With respect to asset turnover, inventory is typically the most relevant logistics asset. (True)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. A decision to invest in an electronic data interchange system that would increase invoice accuracy should result in a lower amount of accounts receivable. (True)

 

[LO 3.4:  To employ the strategic profit model to highlight the financial impact of logistics activities; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) is based on the belief that management should evaluate their business from five different perspectives. (False)

 

[LO 3.5:  To consider the value of utilizing the Balanced Scorecard approach for examining the performance of a logistics system; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. According to the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) approach, the financial perspective is considered the best indicator of whether or not logistics strategy is being properly implemented and executed. (False)

 

[LO 3.5:  To consider the value of utilizing the Balanced Scorecard approach for examining the performance of a logistics system; Moderate; Application; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The measures associated with the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) can be at a strategic or tactical level. (True)

 

[LO 3.5:  To consider the value of utilizing the Balanced Scorecard approach for examining the performance of a logistics system; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. Best in Class companies tend to use transportation scorecards less frequently than other companies. (False)

 

[LO 3.6:  To compare some of the common performance measures for logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. The cash-to-cash cycle looks at how long an organization’s cash is tied up in receivables, payables, and inventory. (True)

 

[LO 3.6:  To compare some of the common performance measures for logistics activities; Moderate; Concept; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

  1. When applying performance measures to logistics activities, determination of the key measures should be tailored to the individual organization and level of decision making. (True)

 

[LO 3.6:  To compare some of the common performance measures for logistics activities; Moderate; Synthesis; AACSB Category 3:  Analytical thinking]

 

 

 

 

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