Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply Chain Management
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|Format:||Hardback, 736 pages, 5th Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 05 February 2004|
Vollman, Berry, Whybark and Jacobs', "Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems, 5/e" provides comprehensive real world based coverage of the concepts, tools, and methods used to manage and control manufacturing systems. This major revision contains four entirely new chapters and four thoroughly upgraded to nearly original content. ERP system coverage and the impact of them in the field is covered now in a new introductory chapter (4), as well as being integrated heavily into many other chapters from Sales and Operations Planning (3) to Advanced Scheduling Systems (16). "Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems, 5/e" continues to be organized in a flexible format, with the basic coverage in chapters 1-12 followed by advanced chapters that could be covered along with the basics, or skipped. Each chapter provides a managerial issues overview, then the detailed technical presentation, then examples of company implementations, then concluding principles.
Table of Contents
1. Manufacturing Planning and Control 2. Demand Management 3. Sales and Operations Planning 4. Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) -- Integrated Systems 5. Supply Chain Inventory Management -- Independent Demand Items 6. Master Production Scheduling 7. Material Requirements Planning 8. Distribution Requirements Planning 9. Just-In-Time 10.Capacity Planning and Utilization 11.Production Activity Control 12.Advanced Concepts in Sales and Operations Planning 13.Strategy and MPC System Design 14.Advanced Concepts in Material Requirements Planning 15.Advanced Concepts in Just-In-Time 16.Advanced Concepts in Scheduling 17.Supply Chain Management 18.Implementation 19.MPC:The Next Frontier
About the Author
David Clay Whybark (Chapel Hill, NC) is on the faculty of the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. F. Robert Jacobs is currently department chairman at Indiana University. He has a PH.D from Ohio State and is past Vice President of the Decision Sciences Institute, Information Technology Coordinator for Decision Sciences Institute for 1997, as well as Associate Editor on the board of the Journal of Operations Management.
|Publisher: ||McGraw Hill Higher Education|
|Dimensions: ||23.0 x 19.0 x 3.0 centimeters (1.25 kg)|