Production and Operations Management (Manufacturers and Service…
Production and Operations Management
Manufacturers and Service Organizations
Become More Competitive
Focusing more on customer
Maintaining closer relationships with suppliers and other companies to satisfy customer needs.
Practicing continuous improvement.
Focusing on quality.
Saving on costs through site selection.
Relying on the Internet to unite companies that work together.
Adopting production techniques such as enterprise resource planning, computer-integrated manufacturing, flexible manufacturing, lean manufacturing, and robotics.
FROM PRODUCTION TO
The Need to Improve Production Techniques and Cut Costs
Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing
Using Sensing, Measurement, and Process Control
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT PLANNING
Facility Location for Manufacturers
Taking Operations Management to the Internet
Facility Location in the Future
Materials Requirement Planning
Just-in-Time Inventory Control
The Baldrige Awards
ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 Standards
CONTROL PROCEDURES: PERT
AND GANTT CHARTS
Program evaluation and review technique (PERT).