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Production and Operations Management Books

Prof. K.C. Jain

ISBN: 9789350045091

476 pages

INR 599

Description

The book entitled Production and Operations Management is designed to help managers in making effective production and operations decisions. The concise and accessible style of the book is suitable for students pursuing management and other applied courses. The book effectively blends together the theoretical and practical concepts to make readers comprehend and apply these concepts in their studies and professional life.

 

Chapter 1: Overview of Production and Operations Management

  1.1 Introduction

  1.2 Concept of Production and Operations Management

  1.3 Role and Responsibilities of a Productions and Operations Manager

  1.4 Recent Trends in Production and Operations Management

 

Chapter 2: Operations Strategy

  2.1 Introduction

  2.2 Concept of Strategy

  2.3 Concept of Strategic Management

  2.4 Concept of Operations Strategy

  2.5 Modification of an Operations Strategy

 

Chapter 3: Forecasting

  3.1 Introduction

  3.2 Concept of Forecasting

  3.3 Techniques of Forecasting

  3.4 Limitations of Forecasting

  3.5 Criteria for Efficient Forecasting  

 

Chapter 4: Product Analysis

  4.1 Introduction

  4.2 Concept of Product and its Characteristics

  4.3 Product Selection

  4.4 Product Design

  4.5 Concept of Product Development

 

Chapter 5: Capacity Management

  5.1 Introduction

  5.2 Concept of Capacity

  5.3 Concept of Capacity Management

  5.4 Estimation of Equipment Requirements

  5.5 Concept of Capacity Planning

  5.6 Methods for Measuring Capacity

 

Chapter 6: Quality Management: Strategic Issues

  6.1 Introduction

  6.2 Quality Management

  6.3 Total Quality Management

  6.4 Cost of Quality

  6.5 International Organization for Standardization

 

Chapter 7: Facility Location and Layout

  7.1 Introduction

  7.2 Concept of Facility Location

  7.3 Current Trends in Industry Location

  7.4 Concept of Plant Layout

 

Chapter 8: Productivity

  8.1 Introduction

  8.2 Concept of Productivity

  8.3 Concept of Job Analysis

  8.4 Concept of Job Description

  8.5 Concept of Job Specification

  8.6 Concept of Job Design

  8.7 Concept of Job Evaluation

  8.8 Work Study

  8.9 Method Study

  8.10 Motion Study

  8.11 Work Measurement

  8.12 Solved Illustrations

 

Chapter 9: Aggregate Planning

  9.1 Introduction

  9.2 Concept of Aggregate Planning

  9.3 Concept of Linear Programming

  9.4 Transportation Model

 

Chapter 10: Material Requirement Planning

  10.1 Introduction

  10.2 Introduction to Material Requirement Planning

  10.3 Inputs of MRP

  10.4 Lot Sizing

  10.5 MRP Updating

  10.6 Capacity Requirements Planning

  10.7 Enterprise Resource Planning

 

Chapter 11: Materials Management

  11.1 Introduction

  11.2 Materials Management

  11.3 Materials Planning and Control

  11.4 Purchase Management

  11.5 Stores Management

  11.6 Materials Handling

  11.7 Supply Chain Management

 

Chapter 12: Inventory Management

  12.1 Introduction

  12.2 Concept of Inventory Management

  12.3 Reorder Point

  12.4 Safety

  12.5 Techniques of Inventory Management

  12.6 Solved Illustrations

 

Chapter 13: Production Planning and Control

  13.1 Introduction

  13.2 Concept of Production Planning

  13.3 Production Planning- A Part of Corporate Planning

  13.4 Meaning of Production Control

  13.5 Integration between Production Planning and Production Control

  13.6 Concept of Production Planning and Control

  13.7 Concept of Line of Balance

 

Chapter 14: Production Scheduling

  14.1 Introduction

  14.2 Overview of Production Scheduling

  14.3 Concept of Loading

  14.4 Sequencing

  14.5 Project Scheduling

 

Chapter 15: Quality Control

  15.1 Introduction

  15.2 Concept of Quality Control

  15.3 Statistical Quality Control

  15.4 Tools of Descriptive Statistics

  15.5 Tools of Statistical Process Control

  15.6 Tools for Acceptance Sampling

  15.7 Six Sigma

  15.8 Process Capability

  15.9 Quality Circles

 

Chapter 16: Maintenance Management

  16.1 Introduction

  16.2 Concept of Maintenance Management

  16.3 Replacement of Equipment

  16.4 Concept of Reliability

  16.5 Maintenance Management System

  16.6 Total Productive Maintenance

 

 

Chapter 17: Just-in-Time System

  17.1 Introduction

  17.2 Concept of Just-in-Time

  17.3 Elements of JIT

  17.4 Ideal Production System and JIT Production

  17.5 Benefits of JIT

  17.6 Tools and Techniques of JIT

  17.7 Implementation of JIT   

  17.8 JIT in Service Sector   

  17.9 Synchronous Production and JIT

  17.10 DBR Mechanism

 

Chapter 18: Change Management

  18.1 Introduction   

  18.2 Concept of Change   

  18.3 Factors Responsible for Change in Production Environment

  18.4 Interventions for Change Management in Production Environment

  18.5 Challenges in Change Management

  18.6 Operational Change Management

  18.7 Business Process Re-engineering in Change Management