Achieving Inventory Accuracy: A Guide to Sustainable Class A Excellence in 120 Days

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J. Ross Publishing, Jul 15, 2004 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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This book is a step by step guide to achieving inventory record accuracy in a manufacturing, retail, or distribution facility. Starting at day one, the author outlines the necessary elements of procedure and discipline necessary for good sustainable process. The result is 95+% perfect inventory balances with minimal cycle counting required for on-going maintenance. The book includes special aids such as Gantt charts, cycle count process parameters, and process celebration points. Donald H. Sheldon is certified at the Fellow level by APICS as CFPIM and as CIRM.

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 Donald H. Sheldon is president of DH Sheldon & Associates, an international consulting firm headquartered in New York. As a practitioner, this leading expert previously served as Director and General Manager of The Raymond Corporation’s Worldwide Aftermarket Services Division and as Vice President of Global Quality and Six Sigma Services for the NCR Corporation. Prior to forming his own firm, Mr. Sheldon was Vice President for BUKER, Inc, of Chicago, a world-recognized leader in management education and consulting. He has been published in numerous magazines and journals. He has been a frequent speaker at colleges, international conventions and seminars and he is certified by APICS as CFPIM (Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management) and as CIRM (Certified in Resource Management).

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