Basics of Supply Chain Management

ISBN-10: 1574441205

ISBN-13: 9781574441208

Edition: 2001

Authors: James E. Hill, Lawrence D. Fredendall, Ed Hill

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Book details

List price: $91.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 12/28/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 264
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

History and Introduction
Supply Chain Management Evolution
Power of Supply Chain Management
What Is New about Supply Chain Management?
Collaborative Planning
How to Implement Supply Chain Management
Examining the Basics of Supply Chain Management
Fundamental Concepts
Management Basics
The Manager's Role
Competitive Advantage
Volume and Process Choice
Order-Winning Characteristic
Order-Qualifying Characteristic
Order-Losing Characteristic
Four Competitive Priorities
Design for Manufacturability
Performance Measures
Net Profit
Break-Even Point
Cash Flow
Return on Investment (ROI)
Internal Measurements
Supply Chain Performance Measures
Variance and Dependent Events
What Is Variance?
Dependent Events
Interaction of Variance and Dependent Events
Importance of Variance in the Supply Chain
Basics of Quality Management
Definition of Quality
Juran's Quality Trilogy
Total Quality Management
The 7 Quality Control Tools
Operating Environments
Customer Order Lead Time
Process Choice and Layout
Capacity Decisions
Basics of Constraints Management
Protective Capacity
Types of Constraints
The Five Focusing Steps
Customer Order Cycle
The Customer Linkage
Common Forecasting Methods
Demand Management
Design and Management of the Transformation
Review of Volume and Layout Decisions
Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems
Influence of Supply Chain on Demand Management
Detailed Material Planning
Detailed Capacity Planning
Just-in-Time (JIT)
Managing for Improvement in the Supply Chain
Planning, Controlling, and Improving the Supply Chain
Total Productive Maintenance
Continuous Improvement
Focused Factory--JIT tool
The Synchronized Supply Chain
Playing "The Beer Game"
There Is a Solution
The Same Solution Will Apply to Any Supply Chain
Partnering with Suppliers
Supplier Relationships
Supplier Involvement
Quality Management
Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
ISO 9000 Quality Management System
QS 9000
Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award
Standard Problem-Solving Methods
Work Teams
Cross-Functional Work Team
Self-Directed Work Team
Benefits of Teams
Materials Management
Little's Law
Inventory Management
Types of Inventory
Inventory Policy
Order Quantity Rules
Inventory Classification
Cycle Counting
Materials Requirements Planning
Purchasing and Distribution
Purchasing Cycle
Supply Problems
Integrated Logistics
Information Technology and Supply Chain Management
Internal Data Integration
Advanced Planning Systems
ERP and the Internet
Electronic Commerce on the Internet
Barriers to Using the Internet in Supply Chain Integration
Dell Computer's Factory
MIS Implementation
References and Further Reading
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