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PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: CONCEPTS, MODELS, AND BEHAVIOR 

PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: CONCEPTS, MODELS, AND BEHAVIOR

 EBERT, RONALD J. , ADAMS, EVERETT E. (JR.)
Pages: 748
Binding: Paper Back
Edition: FIFTH EDITION
ISBN: 978-81-203-0838-1
Pages: 748
Binding: Paper Back
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About The Book
Description:

This comprehensive text retains the core concepts, models and managerial orientation of previous editions and reflects current production and operations management practices and research results. It emphasizes practice through new chapter highlights. The text continues to offer problems which can be solved by the computer.

Distinctive Features

Increased coverage of international and service operations management.

A new chapter "Japanese Contribution to World Class Manufacturing" has been included.

Each chapter opens with a specially prepared executive comments on the topic of the chapter from CEO (Chief Operating Officer) of a  major service or manufacturing operation.

To assist student understanding the authors have provided end-of-chapter materials. designed to reinforce the essentials of each chapter: solved problems, revised review questions and cases, and computer-assisted learning.


Contents:

Part One: Managing Operations

Chapter One       Operations Management

Chapter Two       Operations Strategies for Competitive Advantage



Part Two: Planning (Designing) the Conversion System

Chapter Three    Forecasting

Chapter Four      Designing Products, Service, and Processes

Chapter Five       Operations Capacity

Chapter Six          Locating Production and Service Facilities

Chapter Seven    Layout Planning



Part Three: Organizing the Conversion System

Chapter Eight     Job Design, Production and Operations Standards, and Work Measurement

Chapter Nine      Project Management



Part Four: Scheduling Production and Service Systems

Chapter Ten        Scheduling Systems and Aggregate Planning for Production and Services

Chapter Eleven   Operations Scheduling



Part Five: Controlling the Conversion System

Chapter Twelve  Inventory Control Fundamentals

Chapter Thirteen              Inventory Control Applications

Chapter Fourteen             Material Requirements Planning



Part Six: Managing for World Class Competition

Chapter Fifteen  Japanese Contribution to World Class Manufacturing

Chapter Sixteen                Managing for Quality

Chapter Seventeen           Quality Analysis and Control



Part Seven: Dynamics of Operations Management

Chapter Eighteen              The Conversion Process in Change