MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: The Definitive Guide for Professionals / Edition 5

MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: The Definitive Guide for Professionals / Edition 5

by Thomas Vollmann, William Berry, David Clay Whybark, F. Robert Jacobs
     
 

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ISBN-10: 007144033X

ISBN-13: 9780071440332

Pub. Date: 07/30/2004

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems for Supply
Chain Management
is both the classic field handbook for manufacturing professionals in virtually any industry and the standard preparatory text for APICS certification courses. This essential reference has been totally revised and updated to give professionals the knowledge they need.

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Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems for Supply
Chain Management
is both the classic field handbook for manufacturing professionals in virtually any industry and the standard preparatory text for APICS certification courses. This essential reference has been totally revised and updated to give professionals the knowledge they need.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071440332
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
07/30/2004
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
598
Product dimensions:
7.80(w) x 9.50(h) x 1.14(d)

Table of Contents

Prefacexv
Acknowledgmentsxxi
Chapter 1Manufacturing Planning and Control1
The Context for MPC2
The MPC System Defined4
An MPC System Framework7
Matching the MPC System with the Needs of the Firm9
Evolution of the MPC System11
Concluding Principles13
References13
Chapter 2Demand Management16
Demand Management in MPC Systems17
Demand Management and the MPC Environment19
Communicating with Other MPC Modules and Customers23
Information Use in Demand Management26
Providing Appropriate Forecast Information28
Producing and Evaluating Detailed Forecasts31
Using the Forecasts38
Managing Demand42
Company Examples44
Concluding Principles50
References51
Chapter 3Sales and Operations Planning54
Sales and Operations Planning in the Firm54
The Sales and Operations Planning Process60
The New Management Obligations71
Operating with Sales and Operations Planning76
Concluding Principles91
References92
Chapter 4Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)--Integrated Systems93
What Is ERP?94
How ERP Connects the Functional Units96
How Manufacturing Planning and Control (MPC) Fits within ERP99
Performance Metrics to Evaluate Integrated System Effectiveness103
What Is the Experience with ERP?108
Concluding Principles115
References115
Chapter 5Supply Chain Inventory Management--Independent-Demand Items117
Basic Concepts118
Management Issues120
Inventory-Related Costs122
Economic Order Quantity Model125
Order Timing Decisions127
Multi-Item Management141
Concluding Principles146
References146
Chapter 6Master Production Scheduling148
The Master Production Scheduling (MPS) Activity149
Master Production Scheduling Techniques153
Bill of Materials Structuring for the MPS163
The Final Assembly Schedule168
The Master Production Scheduler172
Company Examples175
Master Production Schedule Stability180
Managing the MPS182
Concluding Principles186
References186
Chapter 7Material Requirements Planning188
Material Requirements Planning in Manufacturing Planning and Control189
Record Processing190
Technical Issues201
Using the MRP System206
System Dynamics211
Concluding Principles215
References216
Chapter 8Distribution Requirements Planning217
Distribution Requirements Planning in the Supply Chain218
DRP Techniques222
Management Issues with DRP233
Company Example239
Concluding Principles245
References245
Chapter 9Just-in-Time247
JIT in Manufacturing Planning and Control248
A JIT Example254
JIT Applications263
Nonrepetitive JIT268
Joint-Firm JIT269
JIT Software272
Managerial Implications275
Concluding Principles277
References277
Chapter 10Capacity Planning and Utilization279
The Role of Capacity Planning in MPC Systems280
Capacity Planning and Control Techniques282
Scheduling Capacity and Materials Simultaneously290
Management and Capacity Planning/Utilization295
Example Applications303
Concluding Principles307
References308
Chapter 11Production Activity Control309
A Framework for Production Activity Control309
Production Activity Control Techniques312
Production Activity Control Examples330
Concluding Principles340
References340
Chapter 12Advanced Concepts in Sales and Operations Planning343
Mathematical Programming Approaches344
Other Approaches348
Disaggregation350
Company Example: Lawn King, Inc.355
Applications Potential367
Data Issues367
The Future368
Concluding Principles369
References369
Chapter 13Strategy and MPC System Design371
MPC Design Options371
Choosing the Options377
The Choices in Practice383
Integrating MRP and JIT389
Extending MPC Integration to Customers and Suppliers391
Concluding Principles393
References394
Chapter 14Advanced Concepts in Material Requirements Planning396
Determining Manufacturing Order Quantities397
Buffering Concepts402
Nervousness407
Concluding Principles409
References410
Chapter 15Advanced Concepts in Just-in-Time413
A JIT Research Framework414
Scheduling414
Supply Chain Coordination421
Production Floor Management427
JIT Performance and Operating Conditions435
Concluding Principles441
References442
Chapter 16Advanced Concepts in Scheduling445
Basic Scheduling Research445
Advanced Research Findings451
Multiple-Constraint Scheduling461
Concluding Principles471
References472
Chapter 17Supply Chain Management474
Supply Chain Management and MPC Systems475
Supply Chain Optimization--Examples and Supporting MPC Systems487
Enhancements to Basic MPC Systems500
Concluding Principles516
References517
Chapter 18Implementation519
Internal Integration520
Interfirm Integration530
Transformation535
Project Management542
Benchmarking and Auditing548
Concluding Principles552
References553
Chapter 19MPC: The Next Frontier554
A Supply Chain Development Framework555
Competitive Drivers/Challenges565
Cross-Firm MPC Design569
Examples and Techniques575
Concluding Principles579
References579
Appendix581
Index583

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