28 October 2008

[4S/yim210] Handbook of Production Management Methods

Handbook of Production Management Methods.

Manufacturing processes require a knowledge of many disciplines, including design, process planning, costing, marketing, sales, customer relations, costing,purchasing, bookkeeping, inventory control, material handling, shipping
and so on. It is unanimously agreed that each discipline in the manufacturing process must consider the interests of other disciplines. These interests of the different disciplines may conflict with one another, and a compromise must be made. Managers and the problems they wish to solve in their organization set particular requirements, and compromises are made by ‘weighting’ each of these requirements. Different organizations will have different needs and thus differently weighted requirements.

1 Trends in manufacturing methods
2 List of manufacturing methods
2.1 List of manufacturing methods
2.2 Classification of methods by type
2.3 Mapping the methods by main class

3 Mapping systems
3.1 Mapping by method objective
3.2 Mapping by functions that the method focuses on
3.3 Mapping the manufacturing methods

4 Decision-making method selection
4.1 Objective grading tables
4.2 Function grading tables
4.3 General selection method based on the decision table technique
4.4 Summary

5 110 manufacturing methods
5.1 Introduction to manufacturing methods
5.2 Brief descriptions of the 110 manufacturing methods

[Activity-based costing ABC-Agent-driven approach-Agile Manufacturing-Artificial intelligence-Autonomous enterprise-Autonomous production cells-Benchmarking-Bionic manufacturing system-Borderless corporation-Business intelligence and data warehousing-Business process re-engineering (BPR)-CAD/CAM, CNC, Robots Computer-aided design and manufacturing-Cellular manufacturing-Client/server architecture-Collaborative manufacturing in virtual enterprises-Common-sense manufacturing CSM-Competitive edge-Competitive intelligence CI-Search addresses on the Web-Computer-aided process planning CAPP-Computer integrated manufacturing CIM-Concurrent engineering (CE)-Constant work-in-process CONWIP-Cooperative manufacturing-Computer-oriented PICS COPICS-Core competence-Cost estimation-Cross-functional leadership-Customer relationship management CRM-Customer retention-Cycle time management (CTM)-Demand chain management-Digital factory-Drum buffer rope (DBR)-E-business-E-manufacturing F2B2C-Electronic commerce-Electronic data interchange EDI-Electronic document management EDM-Enterprise resource planning (ERP)-Environment-conscious manufacturing ECM-Executive Excellence-Expert systems-Extended enterprise-Flat organization-Flexible manufacturing system FMS-Fractal manufacturing system-Fuzzy logic-Genetic manufacturing system-Global manufacturing network (GMN)-Global manufacturing system-Group technology-Holonic manufacturing systems (HMS)-Horizontal organization-House of quality (HOQ)-Human resource management HRM-Integrated manufacturing system IMS-Intelligent manufacturing system (IMS)-Just-in-time manufacturing JIT-Kaizen blitz-Kanban system-Knowledge management-Lean manufacturing-Life-cycle assessment LCA-Life-cycle management-Life-cycle product design-Manufacturing enterprise wheel-Manufacturing excellence-Manufacturing execution system (MES)-Master product design-Master Production Scheduling-Material requirements planning MRP-Material resource planning MRPII-Matrix shop floor control-Mission statement-Mobile agent system-Multi-agent manufacturing system-One-of-a-kind manufacturing (OKM)-Optimized production technology OPT-Outsourcing-Partnerships-Performance measurement system-Product data management PDM & PDMII-Product life-cycle management-Production information and control system PICS-Quality function deployment QFD-Customer value deployment CVD-Random manufacturing system-Reactive scheduling-Self-organizing manufacturing methods-Seven paths to growth-Simultaneous engineering (SE)-Single minute exchange of dies (SMED)-Statistical process control (SPC)-Strategic sourcing-Supply chain management-Taguchi method-Team performance measuring and managing-Theory of constraint (TOC)-Time base competition TBS-Total quality management (TQM)-Value chain analysis-Value engineering-Virtual company-Virtual enterprises-Virtual manufacturing-Virtual product development management (VPDM)-Virtual reality for design and manufacturing-Virtual reality-Waste management and recycling-Workflow management-World class manufacturing]

#HALEVI, Gideon (2001):
#Handbook of Production Management Methods.
#Oxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann. A member of the Reed Elsevier plc group.
#ISBN: 0-7506-5088-5. 325p

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