Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply Chain Management

Hardcover | March 2, 2010

byF. Robert Jacobs, William Berry, David Clay Whybark

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Manufacturing Planning & Control for Supply Chain Management, 6e by Jacobs, Berry, and Whybark (formerly Vollmann, Berry, Whybark, Jacobs) is a comprehensive reference covering both basic and advanced concepts and applications for students and practicing professionals. The text provides an understanding of supply chain planning and control techniques with topics including purchasing, manufacturing, warehouse, and logistics systems. Manufacturing Planning & Control for Supply Chain Management, 6e continues to be organized in a flexible format, with the basic coverage in chapters 1-8 followed by the last four chapters that focus on the integration of manufacturing with the supply chain. Each chapter provides a managerial issues overview, a detailed technical presentation related to the topic, company examples, and concluding principles. This book is the essential desk reference for Supply Chain Planning and Control techniques.

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Manufacturing Planning & Control for Supply Chain Management, 6e by Jacobs, Berry, and Whybark (formerly Vollmann, Berry, Whybark, Jacobs) is a comprehensive reference covering both basic and advanced concepts and applications for students and practicing professionals. The text provides an understanding of supply chain planning and co...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:496 pages, 9.2 × 7.5 × 1 inPublished:March 2, 2010Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0073377821

ISBN - 13:9780073377827

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Table of Contents

1 Manufacturing Planning and Control

1A Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

2 Demand Management

3 Forecasting

4 Sales and Operations Planning

4A Advanced S&OP

5 Master Production Scheduling

6 Material Requirements Planning

6A Advanced MRP

7 Capacity Planning and Utilization

8 Production Activity Control

8A Advanced Scheduling

9 Just-in-Time

10 Distribution Requirements Planning

10A Management of Supply Chain Logistics

11 Order Point Inventory Control Methods

12 Strategy and MPC System Design

Appendix

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