Production/operations management

The material in this book is intended as an introduction to the field of production and operations management. It is suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students. The field of production and operations management is dynamic, and very much a part of many of the good things that are happening...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Stevenson, William J. (Author)
Resource Type: Book
Published: Chicago, Illinois Irwin ©1996.
Edition:Fifth edition.
Series:The Irwin series in production operations management
Table of Contents:
  • PART I: Introduction Chapter 1: Production and operations management Chapter 2: Productivity, competitiveness and strategy Chapter 3: Quality management PART II: Design of Production Systems Chapter 4: Product and service design Chapter 5: Process selection and capacity planning Chapter 6: Facilities layout Chapter 7: Design of work systems Chapter 8: Location planning PART II: Operating and Controlling the System Chapter 9: Quality assurance Chapter 10: Forecasting Chapter 11: Inventory management Chapter 12: Aggregate planning Chapter 13: Material requirements planning Chapter 14: Just-in time systems Chapter 15: Scheduling Chapter 16: Project management Chapter 17: Waiting lines