- Tapa dura: 688 páginas
- Editor: John Wiley & Sons; Edición: 3 (29 de enero de 2007)
- Colección: The Oliver Wight Companies
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0471757276
- ISBN-13: 978-0471757276
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Master Scheduling: A Practical Guide to Competitive Manufacturing (The Oliver Wight Companies) (Inglés) Tapa dura – 29 ene 2007
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Master scheduling is an essential planning tool that helps manufacturers synchronize their production cycle with actual market demand. The third edition of this easy-to-follow handbook helps you understand the basic and more advanced concepts of master scheduling, from implementation to capacity planning to final assembly techniques. Packed with handy checklists and examples, Master Scheduling, Third Edition delivers guidelines and techniques for a world-class master schedule.
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In the world of manufacturing, every aspect of your operation must be highly responsive to customer needs. Master scheduling, as part of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Supply Chain Management (SCM), is an essential planning process that helps manufacturing companies synchronize their planned product supply with anticipated market demand.
In this updated Third Edition of the definitive guide to the subject, John Proud shows manufacturers how to create and maintain valid and realistic master schedules. Anyone involved in designing or maintaining one will find a wealth of practical advice in Master Scheduling. From sales and marketing to manufacturing, materials management, and engineering, Proud includes important advice for integrating all areas of a company within the framework of an effective master schedule.
Updated with changes that cover new developments in this evolving field, Master Scheduling continues to serve as the definitive book on the subject. It covers all the basic concepts and explains how to create and manage a master scheduling system; perform rough-cut capacity planning; and complete the planned process using finishing and final assembly techniques aimed at delivering the requested product to the customer on time and in full. Other topics covered include planning bills, scheduling in discrete as well as flow environments, demand and supply management, sales and operations planning, and effective implementation.
Packed with helpful checklists, examples, case studies, and illustrations, Master Scheduling, Third Edition delivers easy-to-follow guidelines for implementing and managing a world-class master schedule. This is the ideal guide for any manager who wants to avoid the most common mistakes while consistently maximizing the accuracy and per-formance of the master schedule.Ver Descripción del producto
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This book helps me a lot to updrage my skill and knowledge of operation management.
This one doesn't disappoint, it is the premier book on this topic, and gives you all the info you need.
Although, as usual, you have to interpret a little for short shelf life FMCG.
But apart from this, it is great!
Contents include the mechanics of master scheduling, managing the MPS in various manufacturing environments (make-to-stock, make-to-order, etc.), planning bills, finishing schedules, capacity planning, demand management, and system implementation. Key points are punctuated by a running fictional account of master scheduling in action -- with all the personalities and politics that bear on this essential task.
Proud presents the vast material in a logical and entertaining manner. Detailed computational examples are provided for many of the situations a master scheduler will face. Proud is not afraid to depart from standard APICS language or teachings when appropriate -- but he does clearly identify when he has done so. Perhaps most significant is his exceptional grasp of the human relations and management issues involved. He shows that master scheduling is more than just crunching numbers.
Highly recommended as preparation for the APICS Master Planning exam.