Production & Inventory Management
South-Western Publishing Company, 1991 - Business & Economics - 870 pages
This book provides an excellent source for professionals preparing for professional certification examinations. This new edition has been significantly reorganizsed to reflect more closely the organisation of professional certification exams. Discussion follows the step-by-step decision-making process, including topics such as: establishment of management objectives, long-, medium-, and short-range planning, execution, and control. It also features increased emphasis on tactical and technological considerations.
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activities actual aggregate planning approach assembly batch bill of labor bill of material buffer calculated capacity planning Chapter components critical path customer service decision delivery demand determine developed deviation distribution dollar due date economic order quantity equipment estimate evaluation example exponential smoothing Figure forecast function Goldratt Gross Requirements increase input inventory investment inventory management Just-in-Time linear programming lot sizes machine manufacturing lead master production schedule master schedule Material Requirements Planning measure ment month operation order quantity organization output percent performance period Planned Order Releases planning and control plant priority problem Production and Inventory production plan purchase order queue reduced resource safety stock simulation standard Station statistical process control stockout subassemblies supplier Table techniques theory of constraints tion units variable warehouse Week