Operations management

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - 875 halaman
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Operations and Productivity
4
Operations Strategy for Competitive
38
Operations in a Global Environment
56
Global Issues in Service Operations
67
Managing Quality
75
The Role of Inspection
93
Statistical Process
107
Acceptance Sampling
123
JustinTime Philosophy
480
Scheduling
490
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494
Key Terms 495 Solved
496
Aggregate Scheduling
501
Miscellaneous Services
520
Key Terms 522 Using
522
Data Base Application 532
532

Forecasting
139
Key Terms 174 Using
179
Design of Goods and Services
191
Product Development
200
Key Terms 217 Solved
219
Process Strategy and Capacity
225
Process Analysis and Design
235
Process Strategy and Capacity
238
Service Process Strategy
241
Selection of Equipment and Technology
244
BreakEven Analysis
251
StrategyDriven Investments
257
Key Terms 261 Using Excel
263
Process Strategy at Wheeled
269
Production Technology
275
Information Sciences in Operations
281
Key Terms 286 Discussion
287
Location Strategies
289
Key Terms 308 Using
311
Thinking Exercise 311 Problems 312 Data
318
Layout Strategy
322
Human Resources and Job Design
363
Human Resources and Job Design
366
Key Terms 383 Solved
386
Work Measurement
391
Labor Standards and Work Measurement
392
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396
Predetermined Time Standards
398
MANAGING OPERATIONS
413
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423
Benchmarking SupplyChain Management
431
Inventory Management
437
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439
Reorder Points
453
Probabilistic Models with Constant Lead
460
Material Requirements Planning
535
Dependent Inventory Model Requirements
538
MRP Structure
545
LotSizing Techniques
551
MRP in Services
560
ShortTerm Scheduling
577
Scheduling ProcessFocused Work Centers
583
Sequencing Jobs in Work Centers
590
Limitations of RuleBased Dispatching
596
Key Terms 604 Using
604
Discussion Questions 611 Critical Thinking
617
Project Management
621
Maintenance and Reliability
663
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671
Key Terms 677 Using
677
A DecisionMaking Tools
684
B Linear Programming
704
Key Terms 723 Using
723
Transportation Models
739
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749
Key Terms 750 Using
750
Data Base Application 760
760
WaitingLine Models
763
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773
Key Terms 781 Using
783
New England Castings 790
790
E Learning Curves
796
Key Term 803 Using
806
F Simulation
812
Key Terms 824 Using
825
Alabama Airlines
836
Values
5
Name Index 11
21
General Index 17
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Tentang pengarang (1999)

Barry Render" is the Charles Harwood Distinguished Professor of Management Science at the Roy E. Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. He received his M.S. in Operations Research and his Ph.D. in Quantitative Analysis at the University of Cincinnati. He previously taught at George Washington University, the University of New Orleans, Boston University, and George Mason University, where he held the GM Foundation Professorship in Decision Sciences and was Chair of the Decision Science Department. Dr. Render has also worked in the aerospace industry for General Electric, McDonnell Douglas, and NASA.

Professor Render has co-authored ten textbooks with Prentice-Hall, including "Managerial Decision Modeling with Spreadsheets, Operations Management, Principles of Operations Management, Service Management, Introduction to Management Science," and "Cases and Readings in Management Science." His more than one hundred articles on a variety of management topics have appeared in "Decision Sciences, Production and Operations Management, Interfaces, Information and Management," the "Journal of Management Information Systems, Socio-Economic Planning Sciences," and "Operations Management Review," among others.

Dr. Render has also been honored as an AACSB Fellow and named as a Senior Fulbright Scholar in 1982 and again in 1993. He was twice vice-president of the Decision Science Institute Southeast Region and served as Software Review Editor for Decision Line from 1989 to 1995. He has also served as Editor of the "New York Times" Operations Management special issues from 1996 to 2001. Finally, Professor Render has been actively involved inconsulting for government agencies and for many corporations, including NASA; the FBI; the U.S. Navy; Fairfax County, Virginia; and C8zP Telephone.

He teaches operations management courses in Rollins College's MBA and Executive MBA programs. In 1995 he was named as that school's Professor of the Year, and in 1996 was selected by Roosevelt University to receive the St. Claire Drake Award for Outstanding Scholarship.

"Ralph Stair" has been Professor of Management Science at Florida State University for twenty years and is now entering its phased retirement program. He received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Tulane University. Under the guidance of Ken Ramsing and Alan Eliason, he received his Ph.D. in operations management from the University of Oregon.

He has taught at the University of Oregon, the University of Washington, the University of New Orleans, and Florida State University. He has twice taught in Florida State University's Study Abroad Program in London. Over the years, his teaching has been concentrated in the areas of information systems, operations research, and operations management.

Dr. Stair is a member of several academic organizations, including the Decision Sciences Institute and INFORMS, and he regularly participates at national meetings. He has published numerous articles and books, including "Managerial Decision Modeling with Spreadsheets, Introduction to Management Science, Cases and Readings in Management Science, Production and Operations Management: A Self-Correction Approach, Fundamentals of Information Systems, Principles of Information Systems, Introduction to Information Systems, Computers in Today'sWorld, Principles of Data Processing, Learning to Live with Computers, Programming in BASIC, Essentials of BASIC Programming, Essentials of FORTRAN Programming, and Essentials of COBOL Programming."

Dr. Stair divides his time between Florida and Colorado. He enjoys skiing, biking, kayaking, and other outdoor activities.

"Michael E. Hanna" is Professor of Decision Sciences at the University of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL).

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