Advances in Production Management Systems: International IFIP TC 5, WG 5.7 Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS 2007), September 17-19, Linköping, Sweden (Google eBook)

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Jan Olhager, Fredrik Persson
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 5, 2007 - Business & Economics - 422 pages
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The competitive environment is becoming increasingly more complex and intense. In order to cope, business decisions related to various areas have to become more interrelated. Firms need to couple their operations strategies to the marketing strategies to best support the competition of their products in the marketplace. The perspectives on production management systems are getting more strategic. A more integrated approach is thus called for, bringing together the various perspectives on production management systems and operations strategy. This relationship is important in any type of operation, perhaps more so in supply chains, production networks and global operations. This book brings together some of the latest thinking by leading experts from around the world on integrating systems and strategies in production management and related issues that are relevant for making production into a competitive resource for the firm. This book is composed of five parts, each focused on a specific theme: Linking systems and strategies Strategic operations management IS/IT applications in the value chain Modelling and simulation Improving operations Each of the chapters in this book have been peer reviewed and presented by the authors at the International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems – APMS 2007, held in Linköping, Sweden on 17-19 September 2007. Advances in Production Management Systems is essential reading for managers in manufacturing and service industries, systems analysts, IT specialist and systems engineers, and post-graduate students of manufacturing, business and IT-related fields.   Jan Olhager and Fredrik Persson are based at Linköping University, Sweden.  
  

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Contents

Supply Chain Redesign Employing Advanced Planning Systems
3
An Approach for Value Adding Process Related Performance Analysis of Enterprises within Networked Production Structures
11
an Operations Strategy in Global Industrial Service Networks
19
Derivation of Strategic Logistic Measures for Forging Systems
27
Empirical Analysis of Drivers and Performance
35
Structuring Goals and Measures for Information Management
43
Ensuring the Consistency of Competitive Strategy and Logistic Performance Management
51
Proposal and Validity of Global Intelligence Partnering Model for Corporate Strategy GIPMCS
59
Evaluating the Standard Assumptions of Demand Planning and Control
221
Dynamic Management Architecture for Project Based Production
229
Fast and Reliable Order Management Design Using a Qualitative Approach
237
Achieving Agility of Supply Chain Management through Information Technology Applications
245
Modelling and Simulation
254
A Simulation Approach of the Value Chain Operations Reference Model VCOR
255
An Integral Model for Mapping Variant Production in Supply Chains
265
Integrating Activity Based Costing and Process Simulation for Strategic Human Planning
273

Supply Chain Operations Planning with Setup Times and Multi Period Capacity Consumption
68
Strategic Operations Management
77
MassCustomized Production in a SME Network
79
Towards Manufacturing SLA
87
Designing Manufacturing Networks An Empirical Study
95
Methodologies for Dividing Profit in Networked Production Structures
103
Coordinating the Service Process of Two Business Units towards a Joint Customer
111
Consortium Building in Enterprise Networks to Design Innovative Products
120
A Key Factor to Improve the Product Quality in International Production Networks
133
Postponement Based on the Positioning of the Differentiation and Decoupling Points
142
ISIT Applications in the Value Chain
151
An Industrial Approach
153
A Conceptual Framework for the Global Control Centre GCC
161
Integrated Approach for SelfBalancing Production Line with Multiple Parts
171
Changeability of Production Management Systems
179
OEE Monitoring for Production Processes Based on SCADAHMI Platform
188
into a Continuous Forecasted Demand Distribution
197
A Framework to Optimize Production Planning in the Vaccine Industry
205
Utility Value and Fairness Consideration for Information Sharing in a Supply Chain
213
A Methodology for Modeling a Quality Embedded Remanufacturing System
281
Towards a Reference Model for AfterSales Service Processes
289
Analysis of the Human Role in Planning and Scheduling via System Dynamics
297
A Conceptual Modeling Technique for Discrete Event Simulation of Operational Processes
305
Managing the After Sales Logistic Network A Simulation Study of a Spare Parts Supply Chain
313
A Stochastic Singlevendor Singlebuyer Model under a Consignment Agreement
321
Supplychain Simulation Integrated Discreteevent Modeling with System Dynamics Modeling
329
Methodology for the Analysis of Simulationbased Decisionmaking in the Manufacturing Area
337
Improving Operations
345
Involvement and Knowledge Capture
347
An Integrated Methodology of Manufacturing Business Improvement Strategies
355
Cooperation of Lean Enterprises Techniques used for Lean Supply Chain
363
Lean Maturity Lean Sustainability
371
Understanding the Interdependences Among Performance Indicators in the Domain of Industrial Services
379
From Toyota Production System to Lean Retailing Lessons from SevenEleven Japan
387
Improving Service Operation Performance by a CrossIndustry Reference Model
396
Integrating Lean and Agile Strategies into the Production Control System for Mixed model Production Lines
405
The Role of Culture in Implementing Lean Production System
413
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