Production Planning Dr. Everette S. Gardner, Jr. Aggregate planning Definition Choosing production rates, work force levels, and inventory levels Horizon 6-18 months into future Prerequisites Forecasting Company policies on Max./min. inventories Hiring/firing Overtime Policy ...
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Some are more difficult to control than others. The day to day running of manufacturing and service system rests with Production Planning. The purpose of the production planning is to ensure that manufacturing run effectively and efficiently and produces products as required by customers.
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MANUFACTURING PLANNING & CONTROL Simplified – The “Big” Picture E N T E R P R I S E R E S O U R S E P L A N N I N G S Y S T E M - E R P
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Title: Design/Manufacturing Interface/Production Planning Control Author: icostea Last modified by: icostea Created Date: 4/10/2008 12:42:56 AM Document presentation format
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Production Planning (Aggregate Planning) SOM 464: Manufacturing Resource Planning Study of the efficient allocation of resources (material, equipment, people, money) in manufacturing and some service operations How many items should be ordered or made at a given time?
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Production Control Chapter 21 Competencies Describe the difference between Jigs and Fixtures Describe the difference between CAD/CAM Define computer integrated manufacturing List essential components of robotics and describe their function Describe the disadvantage of Just-in-time scheduling ...
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IE550 -- Manufacturing Systems Fall 2008 Dr. R. A. Wysk Chapter 6. PROCESS ENGINEERING • Process planning is also called: manufacturing planning, process planning, material processing, process engineering, and machine routing.
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Manufacturing Planning and Control MPC 6th Edition Chapter 5 Master Production Scheduling An effective Master Production Schedule (MPS) provides the basis for making good use of manufacturing resources, making customer delivery promises, resolving trade-offs between sales and manufacturing, and ...
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Production Planning & Control Production Planning and Control Introduction Coordination of materials with suppliers Efficient utilization of people and machines Efficient flow of materials Communication with customers Inputs to the Production Plan The Planning Process Activities Supported by PPC ...
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Title: Chapter 12 - Financial Planning and Control Author: Susan Cook Last modified by: Dr.Batool Created Date: 3/4/1996 11:57:22 AM Document presentation format
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Manufacturing Planning and Control MPC 6th Edition Chapter 4 Sales and Operations Planning The Sales and Operations Planning (SOP) process is used to develop an overall business plan to integrate the functional planning efforts within the company.
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Production Planning Work Centers for Fitter Snacker Production Master Data Navigating Material Master Views Material Types A Material Type is used to classify materials: Defines material attributes like: Valuation (value of material as market changes) Procurement (internal, external or both ...
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Manufacturing Production Control Systems Dr. Ron Tibben-Lembke SCM 461 What factors are affecting global production environment? Globalization of supply & demand Outsourcing of production and distribution Reduced lead times, time to market, window of opportunity Role of the customer Use of ...
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Control Plans provide a written description of systems used in minimizing product and process variation including equipment, equipment set-up, processing, tooling, fixtures, material, preventative maintenance and methods Customer Focused Development with QFD Quality must be designed into the ...
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Title: Production Planning & Scheduling in Large Corporations Author: ISyE Last modified by: spyros Created Date: 7/15/2002 6:22:51 PM Document presentation format
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Material Requirement Planning (MRP) Contributors to MRP Joseph Orlicky George Plossl Oliver Wight American Production and Inventory Control Society What is MRP?
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Project Planning & Control Chapter Coverage What is a project? The project planning and control process Network planning – Critical Path Method (CPM) Projects: A project is a set of activities with a define start point and a define end state, which pursues a defined goal and uses a ...
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Plans for what processes will be doing in the future. Mfg Planning and Control System Manage the efficient flow of materials Plan the use of people Efficient use of our capacity and that of our suppliers. Possibly even our customers.
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FINANCIAL PLANNING AND CONTROL Sales forecasts Projected financial statements – Additional Funds Needed Also called External Funds Needed (EFN)
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Title: Planning and Control Process Author: Jeffrey Zanzig Last modified by: Jeffrey Zanzig Created Date: 5/3/2004 7:07:06 PM Document presentation format
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Operations Management Module 16 LIS 580: Spring 2006 Instructor- Michael Crandall Roadmap UPS and Seattle Public Library Production, facilities, and processes Operations planning and control Charting techniques Inventory management Quality control Management methods and systems Service ...
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Planning the Production Process Choose what goods or services to offer customers. Convert original product ideas into final specifications. Design the most efficient facilities to produce those products. Process layout groups machinery and equipment according to their functions.
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Title: ISQA 459 Production Planning & Control Author: School of Business Last modified by: School of Business Created Date: 1/7/2006 8:41:07 PM Document presentation format
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... prototype shop Manufacturing planning - process planning, production planning, MRP, capacity planning Manufacturing control shop floor control, inventory control, quality control Computer Integrated Manufacturing Automated System Examples: ...
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Chapter Essentials—The Questions Why is financial planning and control critical to the survival of a firm? What are pro forma financial statements?
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Title: ISQA 459 Production Planning & Control Author: School of Business Last modified by: Portland State University Created Date: 1/7/2006 8:41:07 PM
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Title: PLANNING PRODUCTION Author: Nicola Last modified by: nburnham Created Date: 5/17/2011 8:42:48 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Title: Inventory Planning & Control Author: Ann K. Book Last modified by: Ann K. Book Created Date: 10/22/1998 3:14:33 PM Document presentation format
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Controlling Production Planning Scheduling production Manufacturing production Controlling production activities Scheduling Production Before production begins the manager must know what product is being produced and how many.
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Supply Chain Planning 19th September 2004 Dusit Dubai SCLG - Dubai Seminar Agenda Supply Chain Planning – Theory and Best Practice Coffee Break – Opportunity to network Supply Chain Execution–The latest trends in WDMS Open Forum - Questions to the panel Dinner – Opportunity to network ...
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Managerial Accounting by James Jiambalvo Chapter 10: Budgetary Planning and Control Slides Prepared by: Scott Peterson Northern State University Objectives Discuss the use of budgets in planning and control.
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Chapter 11 Production and Operations Management * The planning process is the first step in designing the production process. Managers must think about the products and services that will be produced and convert these ideas into final specifications.
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What is Production management? Production management is the process of effectively planning and regulating the operations of that part of an enterprise which is responsible for the actual transformation of materials into finished products. 5 P`s of Production Management 1.
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Design Control What Will Be Covered Definition of Design Control Technology In Design Taguchi Method Benchmarking QS 9000 Summary Definition of Design Control Design Control – “A set of steps focused on managing the design of a product.”
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Chapter 8: Food and Beverage Similarities: Hotel & Restaurant Foodservices Standard Operating Procedures: Cycle of F&B Product Control Cycle of F&B Product Control (continued…)
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Production Cycle PRODUCTION FLOWCHART: PAGE 3 Kevin Ma Steven Radcliff Jie Chen Ernesto Pena Bryan Vien Narrative Narrative Step 1 Step 1 Step 1 Threats and Controls Threat – lack of management control during the process could cause under or over production Threats and Controls (cont) Threat ...
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Planning and Control Planning and Control Control – the overlooked management function Types of control Planning and control tools TQM Is too much control a bad idea?
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ICT FOR SMEs Improving Productivity Application of ICT in Production and Marketing Presented by : Hebron Mwakalinga Business Information Services December 13, 2005
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... MRP Material requirements planning Inventory reordering tool Evolved to support planning MRPII extended to shop floor control SAP Modules Comparative Modules Industry-Specific Focus Each vendor has turned to customized ERP products to serve industry-specific needs Examples given from ...
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Lowest distribution costs Conflicts in Traditional Systems Marketing Production Finance Objective High Revenue Low Cost Cash Flow Implications Customer Service High Low Low Production Disruptions Many Few Few Inventories High High Low Materials Management Planning and controlling the ...
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Aggregate Planning Dealing with the Problem Complexity through Decomposition Aggregate Planning Problem Product Aggregation Schemes Computing the Aggregate Unit Production Requirements Pure Aggregate Planning Strategies Pure Aggregate Planning Strategies Pure Aggregate Planning Strategies Pure ...
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Production Activity Control Chapter 6 “The time comes when plans must be put into action” Production Activity Control Responsible for executing the: Master Production Schedule (MPS) Materials Requirements Plan (MRP) At the same time: Make good use of labor, machines and materials Minimize ...
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Title: Production and Operations Management: Manufacturing and Services Last modified by: Kenneth Levine Created Date: 9/30/1997 5:55:20 PM Document presentation format
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Project Group Ali KODAL Cagdas GUR Dalvin EBIWARE Ferdad MOTARJEMI Mustafa Gündeğer What is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)? How ERP systems are implemented within companies?
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Manufacturing Planning and Control Pull/Push Systems Kanban Production Control System PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation Summary JIT Goals and Building Blocks Converting to a JIT System Obstacles to Conversion JIT in Service JIT Purchasing JIT II Benefits of JIT Systems Benefits ...
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Production control is present in all firms regardless of size. 9-7c Production Control: Two Approaches Two approaches Loading Assigns work to a facility Scheduling Specifies the time and sequence in which the work is done and develops a schedule for it.
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Unit 3b Industrial Control Systems Sections: Basic Elements of an Automated System Levels of Automation Process Industries vs. Discrete Manufacturing Industries
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