Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems for Supply Chain Management The Definitive Guide for Professionals

ISBN-10: 007144033X

ISBN-13: 9780071440332

Edition: 5th 2004 (Revised)

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Description: The classic field handbook for the manufacturing professional has been revised to reflect many important changes in the manufacturing field including the pervasiveness of ERP systems and the continuing decentralization of decision making to the factory floor.

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Book details

List price: $90.00
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 8/20/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 598
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.442
Language: English

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Preface
Acknowledgments
Manufacturing Planning and Control
The Context for MPC
The MPC System Defined
An MPC System Framework
Matching the MPC System with the Needs of the Firm
Evolution of the MPC System
Concluding Principles
References
Demand Management
Demand Management in MPC Systems
Demand Management and the MPC Environment
Communicating with Other MPC Modules and Customers
Information Use in Demand Management
Providing Appropriate Forecast Information
Producing and Evaluating Detailed Forecasts
Using the Forecasts
Managing Demand
Company Examples
Concluding Principles
References
Sales and Operations Planning
Sales and Operations Planning in the Firm
The Sales and Operations Planning Process
The New Management Obligations
Operating with Sales and Operations Planning
Concluding Principles
References
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)--Integrated Systems
What Is ERP?
How ERP Connects the Functional Units
How Manufacturing Planning and Control (MPC) Fits within ERP
Performance Metrics to Evaluate Integrated System Effectiveness
What Is the Experience with ERP?
Concluding Principles
References
Supply Chain Inventory Management--Independent-Demand Items
Basic Concepts
Management Issues
Inventory-Related Costs
Economic Order Quantity Model
Order Timing Decisions
Multi-Item Management
Concluding Principles
References
Master Production Scheduling
The Master Production Scheduling (MPS) Activity
Master Production Scheduling Techniques
Bill of Materials Structuring for the MPS
The Final Assembly Schedule
The Master Production Scheduler
Company Examples
Master Production Schedule Stability
Managing the MPS
Concluding Principles
References
Material Requirements Planning
Material Requirements Planning in Manufacturing Planning and Control
Record Processing
Technical Issues
Using the MRP System
System Dynamics
Concluding Principles
References
Distribution Requirements Planning
Distribution Requirements Planning in the Supply Chain
DRP Techniques
Management Issues with DRP
Company Example
Concluding Principles
References
Just-in-Time
JIT in Manufacturing Planning and Control
A JIT Example
JIT Applications
Nonrepetitive JIT
Joint-Firm JIT
JIT Software
Managerial Implications
Concluding Principles
References
Capacity Planning and Utilization
The Role of Capacity Planning in MPC Systems
Capacity Planning and Control Techniques
Scheduling Capacity and Materials Simultaneously
Management and Capacity Planning/Utilization
Example Applications
Concluding Principles
References
Production Activity Control
A Framework for Production Activity Control
Production Activity Control Techniques
Production Activity Control Examples
Concluding Principles
References
Advanced Concepts in Sales and Operations Planning
Mathematical Programming Approaches
Other Approaches
Disaggregation
Company Example: Lawn King, Inc.
Applications Potential
Data Issues
The Future
Concluding Principles
References
Strategy and MPC System Design
MPC Design Options
Choosing the Options
The Choices in Practice
Integrating MRP and JIT
Extending MPC Integration to Customers and Suppliers
Concluding Principles
References
Advanced Concepts in Material Requirements Planning
Determining Manufacturing Order Quantities
Buffering Concepts
Nervousness
Concluding Principles
References
Advanced Concepts in Just-in-Time
A JIT Research Framework
Scheduling
Supply Chain Coordination
Production Floor Management
JIT Performance and Operating Conditions
Concluding Principles
References
Advanced Concepts in Scheduling
Basic Scheduling Research
Advanced Research Findings
Multiple-Constraint Scheduling
Concluding Principles
References
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management and MPC Systems
Supply Chain Optimization--Examples and Supporting MPC Systems
Enhancements to Basic MPC Systems
Concluding Principles
References
Implementation
Internal Integration
Interfirm Integration
Transformation
Project Management
Benchmarking and Auditing
Concluding Principles
References
MPC: The Next Frontier
A Supply Chain Development Framework
Competitive Drivers/Challenges
Cross-Firm MPC Design
Examples and Techniques
Concluding Principles
References
Appendix
Index
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