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Operations management / William J. Stevenson.

By: Stevenson, William J [autor]
Series: The McGraw-Hill/Irwin series operations and decision sciencesPublisher: Boston : McGraw-Hill Irwin, ©2009Edition: 10th edDescription: xxi, 906 páginas : ilustraciones, cuadros, gráficos ; 27 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780070091771Subject(s): Calidad | Diseño de procesos | Gerencia de producciónDDC classification: 658.5
Contents:
Introduction to operations management. -- Competitiveness, strategy, and productivity. -- Forecasting. -- System design. -- Product and service design. -- Reliability. -- Strategic capacity planning for products and services. -- Decision theory. -- Process selection and facility layout. -- Linear programming. -- Design of work systems. -- Learning curves. -- Location planning and analysis. -- The transportation model. -- Quality. -- Management of quality. -- Quality control. -- Acceptance sampling. -- Supply chain management. -- Inventory management and scheduling. -- Inventory management. -- Aggregate planning. -- MRP and ERP. -- JIT and lean operations. -- Maintenance. -- Scheduling. -- Project management. -- Management of waiting lines. -- Waiting lines.
Why manufacturing matters. -- The historical evolution of operations management. -- Key trends and lssues in business. -- Mission and strategies. -- Operations strategy. -- Selected bibliography and further reading. -- Forecasts based on time-series data. -- Xerox diverts 2 billion pounds of waste from landfills through green initiatives. -- Process strategy. -- BMW's strategy: flexibility. -- Problems. -- Work measurement. -- Techniques for aggregate planning. -- Capacity requirements planning. -- Transitioning to a lean system and services. -- PERT and CPM. -- Advantages of using PERT and potential sources of error. -- Characteristics of waiting lines. -- Critical thinking exercises.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

The Tenth Edition of Operations Management features the latest concepts and applications while preserving the core concepts that have made the text a market leader. Stevenson's careful explanations and approachable format supports students in understanding the important operations management concepts as well as applying tools and methods. By providing detailed examples, solved problems, questions, and cases students learn by doing, and the Tenth Edition continues to offer more support for 'doing Operations' than any other.

Incluye apedice. -- Apéndice A: Answres to selected problems. -- B. Tables.

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Introduction to operations management. -- Competitiveness, strategy, and productivity. -- Forecasting. -- System design. -- Product and service design. -- Reliability. -- Strategic capacity planning for products and services. -- Decision theory. -- Process selection and facility layout. -- Linear programming. -- Design of work systems. -- Learning curves. -- Location planning and analysis. -- The transportation model. -- Quality. -- Management of quality. -- Quality control. -- Acceptance sampling. -- Supply chain management. -- Inventory management and scheduling. -- Inventory management. -- Aggregate planning. -- MRP and ERP. -- JIT and lean operations. -- Maintenance. -- Scheduling. -- Project management. -- Management of waiting lines. -- Waiting lines.

Why manufacturing matters. -- The historical evolution of operations management. -- Key trends and lssues in business. -- Mission and strategies. -- Operations strategy. -- Selected bibliography and further reading. -- Forecasts based on time-series data. -- Xerox diverts 2 billion pounds of waste from landfills through green initiatives. -- Process strategy. -- BMW's strategy: flexibility. -- Problems. -- Work measurement. -- Techniques for aggregate planning. -- Capacity requirements planning. -- Transitioning to a lean system and services. -- PERT and CPM. -- Advantages of using PERT and potential sources of error. -- Characteristics of waiting lines. -- Critical thinking exercises.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • 1 Introduction to Operations Management
  • 2 Competitiveness, Strategy, and Productivity
  • 3 Forecasting
  • 4 Product and Service Design
  • 4 S Supplement: Reliability
  • 5 Strategic Capacity Planning for Products and Services
  • 5S Supplement: Decision Theory
  • 6 Process Selection and Facilities Layout
  • 6S Linear Programming
  • 7 Design of Work Systems
  • 7S Learning Curves
  • 8 Location Planning and Analysis
  • 8S The Transportation Model
  • 9 Management of Quality
  • 10 Quality Control
  • 10S Acceptance Sampling
  • 11 Supply Chain Management
  • 12 Inventory Management
  • 13 Aggregate Planning
  • 14 MRP and ERP
  • 15 Lean Operations
  • 15S Supplement: Maintenance
  • 16 Scheduling
  • 17 Project Management
  • 18 Management of Waiting Lines

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