Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook: Manufacturing Management
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Dec 12, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 600 pages
Engineers, corporate managers, project managers, and production managers will use Manufacturing Management to answer important planning questions, manage new systems and technologies, and to integrate design, engineering, and manufacturing to bring products to market faster at the most competitive cost. Volume 5 also helps you focus on management' s role in quality programs such as setting objectives, monitoring outcomes, and how to make continuous quality improvements while reducing quality costs.
activities analysis application approach areas assembly automation benefits budget capability cash flows changes communication components computer-aided design concept Coopers & Lybrand cost center decision defined design for manufacture determine direct labor effective employees environment equipment estimate evaluation example facility factory firm flexibility forecast function Gantt chart goals identify implementation improvement individual industry inspection integration inventory investment involved just-in-time leader machine manufacturing engineering manufacturing resource planning manufacturing system material material requirements planning measures ment methods net present value operations organization organizational OSHA performance personnel planning plant problem procedures project manager purchasing reduce requirements responsibility safety schedule specific standards statistical process control strategy structure supplier task techniques tion union vendor workcenter workers