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This book is a series of pages assembled for easy portability and reading.It consists of 6 chapters,Ist chapter deals with introduction ,2nd chapter gives a clear picture about forcasting,inventory management and layouts.Third chapter provides a clear cut idea about produt and process design.Fourth and fifth chapter deals with most important concepts of industries like time study,project Management,and quantitative techniques like linear programming,transportation,assignment and queueing theory.All chapters nicely placed with solved examples ,exercise problems,multiple choice questions.This will be a complete study material for multidisciplinary learners,academicians,Btech,Mtech,MBA,ICWA students .
- Table Of Content
Table of Content "About the Author-Acknowledgement-Preface -1. Over view of Production and Operation Management –
and Production Planing Control-1.1. Introduction –1.2. Operations Performance Objectives –1.3. Scope of Operation Management –1.3.1. Production Management vses Operation –Management-1.3.2. Scopes of Suply Chain Management, Production –Management1.3.3. The Main Activities of Production Operation –Management1.4. Factors Affecting Operation Management –1.5. Characteristic of Morden Operation Function –1.6. Recent Trends in Production / Operations Management –1.7. Decision Making in Production Operation Function –1.8. Production and Operations Strategy – Elements of –Operation Strategy-1.8.1. Operations Competitive Priorities –1.9. Types of Production System –1.10. Important Questions with Answer –1.11. Role of Operations in Strategic Management –2. Operations Planning –2.1. Demand Forecasting –2.1.1. Demand Forecasting is Needed For –2.1.2. Types of Forecasts –2.1.3. Objectives of Demand Forecasting –2.1.4. Steps in the Forecasting Process –2.1.5. Difference between Qualitative and Quantitative –Forecasting2.1.6. Choosing a Forecasting Method –2.1.7. What is Time Series Analysis Forecasting –2.1. Practice Questions –2.2. Material Management –2.2.1. Why Materials Management? –2.2.2. Materials Management –2.2.3. Importance of Materials Management –2.2.4. Functions of Materials Management –2.2.5. Objectives –2.2.6. Material Planning and Control –2.2.7.Inventory Control –2.2.8. Objectives of Inventory Control –2.2.9. Inventory Costs –2.2.10. Inventory Models –2.2.11. Basic Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) Model –2.2.12. Basic EOQ Model with Discounts –2.2.13. Deterministic Model for Manufacturing Firms –2.2.14. Reorder Point (ROP) Model 2.2.15. P(periodic) Type and Q (Perpectual/continuous) type inventory2.2.16. ABC Analysis –2.3.1.Capacity Planning Definition –2.3.2. Rough Cut Plan –2.3.3. Capacity Requirements Planning (CRP) –2.3.4. Aggregate Planning –2.3.5. Material Requirements Planning (MRP) –126.96.36.199. MRP II (Manufacturing Resources Planning) –2.3.6. Facility Location –2.3.7. Factors Affecting Location and Site Decisions –2.3.8. Steps of Selecting Plant Location –2.4. Location Models –2.4.1. Facility Layout –
2.4.2. Objectives of Good Plant Layout – 2.4.3. CRiteria for Good Layout –2.5. Types of Layout –
3. Designing of Operational Systems and Control –3.1. Product Design –3.2. Process Design –3.3. Objectives of Product Design –3.3.1. Steps in Product Design –188.8.131.52. Idea Development –3.4. Approaches to Product Design –3.5. Legal, Ethical and Environmental Issues –3.5.1. Other LegalIssues –3.5.2. Ethical Issues –3.5.3. Environmental –3.6. Process Planning and Process Design –3.6.1. Steps in Process Planning –3.7. Process Selection –3.8. Process Selection Decisions –3.8.1. Process Technologies –3.8.2. Process Strategy –3.9. Product Life Cycle –4. Production Planning and Control –4.1. Introduction –4.2. Relationship of Time and Motion Study to Work Study –4.3. Method Study or Methods Analysis –4.4. Motion Study –4.5. Principles of Motion Economy –4.6. Work Measurement and Productivity –4.6.1. Steps in Work Measurement –4.6.2. Techniques of Work Measurement –4.7. Job Evaluation –4.7.1. Merit Rating –4.8. Fomulation of Linear Programing –4.9. Transportation Model –4.9.1. Transportation Algorithm –4.9.2. Assignment Problem –184.108.40.206. Assignment Algorithm (Hungarian Method) 4.10. Queing Theory –Production Operation Management4.10.1. Queueing System –4.10.2. The Input (Arrival Pattern) –4.10.3. The Service Mechanism –4.10.4. Queueing Discipline –4.10.5. Customer’s Behaviour –
4.10.6. List of Variables –4.10.7. Traffic Intensity (or Utilization Factor) –4.10.8. Classification of Queueing Models –4.10.9. Model 1: (M/M/1): (GD/1 / “ ) Model –4.11. Simulation –4.12. Introduction –4.13. Need for Simulation –4.14. Some Advantage of Simulation –4.15. Some Limitations of Simulation –4.16. Steps in Simulation –4.17. Uses of Simulation –4.18. Line Balancing –4.19. Overview of JIT –4.20. Lean Operation –5. Productivity Management and Quality Management –5.1. Productivity –
5.2. Benefits Derived from Higher Productivity –5.3. Productivity Measurement –5.4. Productivity Measurement Approaches at the Enterprises –Level5.5. Techniques for Productivity Improvement –
5.6. ISO 9000 –5.7. TQM Basic Tools and Certification –5.7.1. Flowcharts –5.7.2. Cause and Effect (Ishikawa/fishbone) Diagrams –5.7.3. Check Sheets –5.7.4. Pareto Charts –5.7.5. Histograms – 5.7.6. Run Charts and Control Charts –5.7.7. Other Tools of TQM –5.7.8. Cost of Quality – 5.7.9. Quality Circle –Table of Contents5.7.10. Kaizen Blitz –5.7.11. Poka-Yoke (Mistake Proofing) –5.8. Quality Management Awards –6. Project Management –6.1. Introduction –6.2. Steps in Project Management –6.3. Project Life Cycle –6.4. Project Planning Techniques –6.4.1. Gantt Chart – 6.4.2. CPM –6.4.3. PERT –220.127.116.11. Rules in Constructing Network –18.104.22.168. Procedure for Numberin gEvents –22.214.171.124. For Errors in Networking –126.96.36.199. Critical Path –6.5. Crashing – Subject Index –"
Series No Title Production Operation Management Author's Name Suchismita Satapathy Publisher Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd Page No. 328 Year Of Publication 2018 ISBN 10 No ISBN 13 9789385046285 Book size width 9.5
book size(hei) 6.5
Edition 1st Book Size(len) No Binding type Hard bound About The Book No
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