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1.14FACTORS AFFECTING PRODUCTIVITY
1.15INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF PRODUCTIVITY
1.16THE ENVIRONMENT OF OPERATIONS
1.17SCOPE OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
REFERENCES
2.1INTRODUCTION
2.2MANAGEMENT AS A SCIENCE
2.3CHARACTERISTICS OF DECISIONS
2.4FRAMEWORK FOR DECISION-MAKING
2.5DECISION METHODOLOGY
2.5.1 Complete Certainty Methods
2.5.2 Risk and Uncertainty Methods
2.5.3 Extreme Uncertainty Methods
2.5.4 Decision-Making Under Uncertainty
2.5.5 Decision-Making Under Risk
2.6DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM
2.7ECONOMIC MODELS
2.7.1 Break-even Analysis
2.8STATISTICAL MODELS
2.8.1 Equations for Discrete and Continuous Data
2.9DECISION TREE
3.1INTRODUCTION
3.2MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE SYSTEMS
3.3DESIGN AND SYSTEMS CAPACITY
3.4CAPACITY PLANNING
3.5PROCESS OF CAPACITY PLANNING
3.6IMPORTANCE OF CAPACITY DECISIONS
4.1INTRODUCTION AND MEANING
4.2NEED FOR SELECTING A SUITABLE LOCATION
4.1Introduction and Meaning
4.2Need for Selecting a Suitable Location
4.3FACTORS INFLUENCING PLANT LOCATION/FACILITY LOCATION
4.3.1General Locational Factors
4.3.2Specific Locational Factors for Manufacturing Organisation
4.3.3Specific Locational Factors for Service Organisation
4.4LOCATION THEORIES
4.5LOCATION MODELS
4.5.1 Factor Rating Method
4.5.2Weighted Factor Rating Method
4.5.3Load-distance Method
4.5.4Centre of Gravity
4.5.5 Break-even Analysis
4.6LOCATIONAL ECONOMICS
4.7PLANT LAYOUT
4.7.1Objectives of Plant Layout
4.7.2Principles of Plant Layout
4.8CLASSIFICATION OF LAYOUT
4.8.1Process Layout
4.8.2Product Layout
4.8.3Combination Layout
4.8.4Fixed Position Layout
4.8.5Group Layout (or Cellular Layout)
4.9DESIGN OF PRODUCT LAYOUT
4.10DESIGN OF PROCESS LAYOUT
4.11SERVICE LAYOUT
4.12ORGANISATION OF PHYSICAL FACILITIES
Facility Location and Layout 103
5.1INTRODUCTION
5.2FORECASTING OBJECTIVES AND USES
5.3FORECASTING DECISION VARIABLES
5.4FORECASTING METHODS
5.4.1 Opinion and Judgmental Methods
5.4.2 Time Series Methods
5.5EXPONENTIAL SMOOTHING
5.5.1 Adjusted Exponential Smoothing
5.6REGRESSION AND CORRELATION METHODS
5.6.1 Regression
5.6.2 Correlation
5.7.1 Forecast Controls
EXERCISE
6.1INTRODUCTION
6.2PURPOSE OF A PRODUCT DESIGN
6.3PRODUCT ANALYSIS
6.3.1 Marketing Aspect
6.3.2 The Product Characteristics
6.3.3 Economic Analysis
6.3.4 Production Aspect
6.4A FRAMEWORK FOR PROCESS DESIGN
6.4.1 Product Planning
6.4.2 Process Design : MACRO
6.4.3 Process Design : MICRO
6.5DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE (DFM)
6.6DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE
6.6.1 Concurrent Development Activities
7.3.1Techniques of Material Planning
7.4PURCHASING
7.4.1 Objectives of Purchasing
7.4.2 Parameters of Purchasing
7.4.4 Selection of Suppliers
7.4.5 Special Purchasing Systems
7.5STORES MANAGEMENT
7.5.1 Codification
7.6INVENTORY CONTROL OR MANAGEMENT
7.6.1 Meaning of Inventory
7.6.2 Reasons for Keeping Inventories
7.6.3 Meaning of Inventory Control
7.6.4 Objectives of Inventory Control
7.6.5Benefits of Inventory Control
7.6.6 Techniques of Inventory Control
7.6.7 Inventory Model
7.7STANDARDIZATION
7.7.1 Advantages of Standardization
7.7.2Disadvantages of Standardization
7.8SIMPLIFICATION
7.8.1 Advantages of Simplification
7.9VALUE ANALYSIS
7.9.1 Value Analysis Framework
7.9.2Steps in Value Analysis
7.10ERGONOMICS (HUMAN ENGINEERING)
7.10.1 Objectives of Human Engineering
7.11JUST-IN-TIME (JIT) MANUFACTURING
7.11.1 Seven Wastes
7.11.2 Benefits of JIT
8.3AGGREGATE PLANNING STRATEGIES
8.4MIXED STRATEGIES
8.5MATHEMATICAL PLANNING MODELS
8.6MASTER SCHEDULING
8.6.1 Master Scheduling Planning Horizon
8.6.2 Master Scheduling Format
8.6.3 Available-to-Promise Quantities
9.1MRP AND CRP OBJECTIVES
9.2MRP INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
9.2.1 Bill of Materials
9.2.2 Low-level Coding
9.3MRP LOGIC
9.4SYSTEM REFINEMENTS
9.5SAFETY STOCK, LOT SIZING AND SYSTEM UPDATING
9.6CRP INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
9.7LOADING
9.7.1 Steps in the Loading
9.7.2 Loading Concepts
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