Operations and Supply Chain Management: The Core

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F. Robert Jacobs

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McGraw-Hill Higher Education; 5th edition

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English

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1260238881; 2018044375; 1260443299; 1260957519

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Operations and Supply Chain Management: The Core; fifth Edition; (PDF) emphasizes the vital core ideas within the dynamic area of operations. Just as lava runs from the core of the earth operations and provide chain administration is the core of the enterprise. The materials should run by way of provide chain processes to create money output and enter. This new fifth Core Edition has an enhanced deal with provide chain analytics involving the evaluation of information to raised remedy enterprise issues. Connect is the one built-in studying system that allows school college students to constantly adapting to ship precisely what they want; how they want it; and once they want it in order that your class time is simpler and partaking.

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book-author

F. Robert Jacobs

publisher

McGraw-Hill Higher Education; 5th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

Pages

language

English

asin

B07MBBFZ92

isbn10

1260238881; 2018044375; 1260443299; 1260957519

isbn13

9781260238884/ 9781260443295/ 9781260957518

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover
Operations and Supply Chain Management: The Core
Dedication
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
PREFACE
A NOTE TO INSTRUCTORS
TECHNOLOGY
For Students
Walkthrough
CONTENTS IN BRIEF
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: Operations and Supply Chain Management
Strategy, Processes, and Analytics
What Is Operations and Supply Chain Management?
Operations and Supply Chain Processes
Differences between Services and Goods
The Goods–Services Continuum
Product–Service Bundling
Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Value
How Does Wall Street Evaluate Efficiency?
Careers in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Chief Operating Officer
Historical Development of Operations and Supply Chain Management
Current Issues in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Concept Connections
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Comparing Companies Using Wall Street Efficiency Measures
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 2: Strategy and Sustainability
Alphabet (Google) Operations Strategy
A Sustainable Operations and Supply Chain Strategy
What Is Operations and Supply Chain Strategy?
Competitive Dimensions
The Notion of Trade-Offs
Order Winners and Order Qualifiers: The Marketing–Operations Link
Strategies are Implemented Using Operations and Supply Chain Activities—IKEA’s Strategy
Assessing the Risk Associated with Operations and Supply Chain Strategies
Risk Management Framework
Productivity Measurement
Concept Connections
Solved Problem
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Case: The Tao of Timbuk2
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 3: Forecasting
From Bean to Cup: Starbucks Global Supply Chain Challenge
Forecasting in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Quantitative Forecasting Models
Components of Demand
Time Series Analysis
Simple Moving Average
Weighted Moving Average
Exponential Smoothing
Exponential Smoothing with Trend
Linear Regression Analysis
Decomposition of a Time Series
Forecast Errors
Sources of Error
Measurement of Error
Causal Relationship Forecasting
Multiple Regression Analysis
Qualitative Techniques in Forecasting
Market Research
Panel Consensus
Historical Analogy
The Delphi Method
Web-Based Forecasting: Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR)
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Forecasting Supply Chain Demand—Starbucks Corporation
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 4: Strategic Capacity Management
Tesla—Manufacturing Capacity for the Model 3
Capacity Management in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Capacity Planning Concepts
Economies and Diseconomies of Scale
Capacity Focus
Capacity Flexibility
Capacity Planning
Considerations in Changing Capacity
Determining Capacity Requirements
Using Decision Trees to Evaluate Capacity Alternatives
Planning Service Capacity
Capacity Planning in Services versus Manufacturing
Capacity Utilization and Service Quality
Concept Connections
Solved Problem
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Case: Shouldice Hospital—A Cut Above
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 4A: Learning Curves
The Learning Curve
How Are Learning Curves Modeled?
Learning Curve Tables
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
CHAPTER 5: Projects
Can a 15-Story Hotel Be Built in Less Than a Week?
What Is Project Management?
Organizing the Project Team
Organizing Project Tasks
Managing Projects
Earned Value Management (EVM)
Network-Planning Models
Critical Path Method (CPM)
CPM with Three Activity Time Estimates
Time–Cost Models and Project Crashing
Project Management Information Systems
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Product Design Project
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 6: Manufacturing Processes
Three-Dimensional Printing—The Technology Could Be Used to Make Parts That Perform Better and Cost Less
Production Processes
Production Process Mapping and Little’s Law
How Production Processes Are Organized
Designing a Production System
Assembly-Line and Continuous Process Layouts
Assembly-Line Design
Splitting Tasks
Flexible and U-Shaped Line Layouts
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Advanced Problem
Analytics Exercise: Designing a Manufacturing Process
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 6A: Break-Even Analysis
Solved Problems
Objective Questions
CHAPTER 7: Service Processes
Amazon—A Retailer That Operates at a Different Level
The Nature of Services
An Operational Classification of Services
Designing Service Organizations
Structuring the Service Encounter: Service–System Design Matrix
Web Platform Businesses
Service Blueprinting and Fail-Safing
Economics of the Waiting Line Problem
The Practical View of Waiting Lines
The Queuing System
Waiting Lines and Servers
Waiting Line Models
Computer Simulation of Waiting Lines
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Processing Customer Orders
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 8: Sales and Operations Planning
What Is Sales and Operations Planning?
Overview of Sales and Operations Planning Activities
The Aggregate Operations Plan
Production Planning Environment
Relevant Costs
Aggregate Planning Techniques
A Cut-and-Try Example: The JC Company
Yield Management
Operating Yield Management Systems
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Developing an Aggregate Plan—Bradford Manufacturing
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 9: Material Requirements Planning
Inside the iPhone X
Understanding Material Requirements Planning
Where MRP Can Be Used
Master Production Scheduling
Time Fences
Material Requirements Planning System Structure
Demand for Products
Bill-of-Materials
Inventory Records
The MRP Computer Program
An Example Using MRP
Forecasting Demand
Developing a Master Production Schedule
Bill-of-Materials (Product Structure)
Inventory Records
Performing the MRP Calculations
Lot Sizing in MRP Systems
Lot-for-Lot
Economic Order Quantity
Least Total Cost
Least Unit Cost
Choosing the Best Lot Size
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: An MRP Explosion—Brunswick Motors
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 10: Quality Management and Six Sigma
Disney—An Obsession with Quality and Innovation
Total Quality Management
Quality Specifications and Quality Costs
ISO 9000 and ISO 14000
External Benchmarking for Quality Improvement
Six Sigma Quality
Six Sigma Methodology
Analytical Tools for Six Sigma
Statistical Quality Control
Understanding and Measuring Process Variation
Process Capability
Statistical Process Control Procedures
Process Control with Attribute Measurements: Using p-Charts
Process Control with Attribute Measurements: Using c-Charts
Process Control with Variable Measurements: Using X- and R-Charts
How to Construct X- and R-Charts
Acceptance Sampling
Design of a Single Sampling Plan for Attributes
Operating Characteristic Curves
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Quality Management—Tesla
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 11: Inventory Management
Amazon—The Master of Inventory Management
Understanding Inventory Management
Definition of Inventory
Purposes of Inventory
Inventory Costs
Independent versus Dependent Demand
Inventory Systems
A Single-Period Inventory Model
Multiperiod Inventory Systems
Fixed–Order Quantity Models
Establishing Safety Stock Levels
Fixed–Order Quantity Model with Safety Stock
Fixed–Time Period Models
Fixed–Time Period Model with Safety Stock
Inventory Turn Calculations
The Price-Break Model
Inventory Planning and Accuracy
ABC Classification
Inventory Accuracy and Cycle Counting
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Inventory Management at Big10Sweaters.com
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 12: Lean Supply Chains
Toyota—New Global Architecture
Lean Production
The Toyota Production System
Lean Supply Chains
Value Stream Mapping
Lean Supply Chain Design Principles
Lean Concepts
Lean Production Schedules
Lean Supply Chains
Lean Services
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Case: Quality Parts Company
Case: Value Stream Mapping
Case: Pro Fishing Boats—A Value Stream Mapping Exercise
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 13: Global Sourcing and Procurement
Boeing 787 Dreamliner—Assembled in South Carolina from Components Sourced from around the World
Strategic Sourcing
The Bullwhip Effect
Supply Chain Uncertainty Framework
Outsourcing
Logistics Outsourcing
Framework for Supplier Relationships
Green Sourcing
Total Cost of Ownership
Measuring Sourcing Performance
Concept Connections
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Global Sourcing Decisions—Grainger: Reengineering the China/U.S. Supply Chain
Practice Exam
CHAPTER 14: Location, Logistics, and Distribution
FedEx—Speed Is Hidden in Its Logo
Logistics
Decisions Related to Logistics
Transportation Modes
Warehouse Design
Locating Logistics Facilities
Plant Location Methods
Locating Service Facilities
Concept Connections
Solved Problems
Discussion Questions
Objective Questions
Analytics Exercise: Distribution Center Location—Grainger: Reengineering the China/U.S. Supply Chain
Practice Exam
Appendices
A Linear Programming Using the Excel Solver
B Answers to Selected Objective Questions
C Present Value Table
D Negative Exponential Distribution: Values of e-x
E Areas of the Cumulative Standard Normal Distribution
Name Index
Subject Index

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