Leadership & Management of Machining: How to integrate technology; robust processes; and people to win!

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Specifications

book-author

Patrick Tarvin

publisher

Hanser; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

238 pages

language

English

asin

B01L2AU6BO

isbn10

1569906394

isbn13

9781569906392


Book Description

Global machining competitiveness has evolved to the level that requires a holistic approach to management and technology implementation. Leadership & Management of Machining: How to integrate technology; robust processes; and people to win is all about data; connectivity; and digitization provide opportunities for significant improvements in simulation; modeling; productivity; programming; and real-time decision making.

This ebook demonstrates how to integrate these technological advancements with Six Sigma; Lean; quality; CNC programming; and machining best practices to create an agile machining organization capable of winning against competition anywhere in the world.

Written for the entire organization; this PDF ebook focuses on the business of machining and how to develop the infrastructure and people to yield exceptional delivery; quality; and profits. The author Patrick Tarvin introduces a new model ― the Machining Pyramid ― that integrates; equipment;people; and robust processes to create the architecture and blueprint for high performance.

 

Additional information

book-author

Patrick Tarvin

publisher

Hanser; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

238 pages

language

English

asin

B01L2AU6BO

isbn10

1569906394

isbn13

9781569906392

Table of contents

Leadership & Management of MachiningEntitled to full text1 – Pyramid, Pages 15-20
Layer 1: Foundation: 2: Quality System, Pages 21, 23-43
3 – People, Pages 45-53
4 – Leadership, Pages 55-62
5 – Equipment, Pages 63-76
6 – Information Technology, Pages 77-84
Layer 2: Skill Level: 7: Lean, Pages 85, 87-95
8 – Six Sigma, Pages 97-103
9 – CNC Program Validation, Pages 105-109
10 – Routing Integrity, Pages 111-114
Layer 3: Execution Level: 11: Scheduling/Capacity Management, Pages 115, 117-139
12 – Operations Management, Pages 141-162
13 – Supply Chain Execution, Pages 163-167
Layer 4: Results: 14: Low Scrap/Rework, Pages 169, 171-174
15 – On-Time Delivery, Pages 175-181
Layer 5: Ultimate Results: 16: Profit, Pages 183, 185-189
17 – For Machinists Only, Pages 191-197
18 – Sales, Pages 199-203
19 – Selling or Acquiring a Machining Company, Pages 205-211
20 – Machining Ten Commandments, Pages 213-216
21 – Future, Pages 217-227
Bibliography, Pages 229-232
Index, Pages 233-238

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