Operations Management for Competitive Advantage
McGraw-Hill Irwin, Jan 1, 2001 - Administración de la producción - 763 pages
Chase, Jacobs and Aquilano: Operations Management for Competitive Advantage, 11/e (CJA) provides a current and thorough introduction to the concepts, processes, and methods of managing and controlling operations in manufacturing or service settings. The text provides comprehensive coverage, from high-tech manufacturing to high touch services with a balanced treatment. Chase, Jacobs, and Aquilano also thoroughly integrates and discusses current issues such as globalization; supply chain strategy, E-business, and ERP. The concepts are illustrated by using abundant real world examples, articles, illustrations, problems and cases. Technology is integral to the success of this course, as such, CJA also provide students and instructors with an innovative array of leading edge technology learning and teaching tools.
INTRODUCTION TO THE FIELD
TECHNICAL NOTE 2 LEARNING CURVES
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activities analysis approach assembly line average batch bottleneck Burr Ridge calculated capacity chapter chart competitive complete components critical path cycle decision defined delivery demand distribution employees engineering enterprise resource planning equipment example exponential exponential smoothing factory firm flow forecast function Gantt chart Goldratt improvement industry Internet inventory kanban labor layout learning curve linear programming Little's Law manufacturing mass customization material material requirements planning measure method minutes number of units Operations Management output percent performance period planning plant POKA-YOKE problem project management purchase restaurant safety stock sample schedule setup simulation slot machine solution specific standard deviation suppliers supply chain task throughput tion variable Wal-Mart week workers workforce workstation