Encyclopedia of Production and Manufacturing Management, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1402006128
  • ISBN-13: 9781402006128
  • DDC: 658.5
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 979 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released December 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

The Encyclopedia of Production and Manufacturing Management is an encyclopedia that has been developed to serve this field as the fundamental reference work. Over the past twenty years, the field of production and operations management has grown more rapidly than ever and consequently its boundaries have been stretched in all directions. For example, in the last two decades, production and manufacturing management absorbed in rapid succession several new production management concepts: manufacturing strategy, focused factory, just-in-time manufacturing, concurrent engineering, total quality management, supply chain management, flexible manufacturing systems, lean production, and mass customization, to name a few. This explosive growth makes the need for this volume abundantly clear.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Table of Contents.
Alphabetical List of Major Articles.
List of Authors, Contributors, and Reviewers.
Manufacturers and Organizations Discussed in the Encyclopedia.
Foreword.
Preface.
1: 3 “R”s.
2: 8-4-8-4 Scheme.
3: ABC Analysis or ABC Classification.
4: Absorption Costing.
5: Absorption Costing Model.
6: Acceptable Quality.
7: Acceptance Sampling.
8: Accounting System Implications of TOC.
9: Action Bucket.
10: Action Flexibility.
11: Activity Driver.
12: Activity-Based Cost Management.
13: Activity-Based Costing.
14: Activity-Based Costing in Manufacturing.
15: Activity-Based Costing: An Evaluation.
16: Activity-Based Management.
17: Ad-Hoc Teams.
18: Adaptation Flexibility.
19: Adaptive Control.
20: Adaptive Exponential Smoothing.
21: Adaptive Kanban Control.
22: Advanced Cost Management System (ACMS).
23: Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (AMT).
24: Adversarial Buyer-Supplier Relationship.
25: Aggregate Demand.
26: Aggregate Plan and Master Production Schedule Linkage.
27: Aggregate Planning.
28: Agile Logistics (Enterprise Logistics).
29: Agile Manufacturing.
30: Agility Change Domains.
31: Agility Proficiency Metrics.
32: AGV.
33: All or None Sampling.
34: Alliance Management.
35: Allocation and Availability Checking.
36: AMRF.
37: AMRI.
38: Andon.
39: Anticipated Build Schedule.
40: AOQ.
41: AOQL.
42: Appraisal Costs.
43: Artificial Intelligence (AI).
44: Assemble-to-Order Production.
45: Assembly Line Design.
46: Assignable Causes of Variations.
47: Asynchronous Systems.
48: Automated Manufacturing System.
49: Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG).
50: Autonomation.
51: Autonomous Project Organization.
52: Autonomous Work Teams.
53: Available-to-Promise (ATP).
54: Average Inventory.
55: Average Job Lateness.
56: Back Flushing.
57: Back Scheduling.
58: Back-End Activities.
59: Backflow.
60: Backward Integration.
61: Backward Scheduling.
62: Balanced Scorecard.
63: Band Width.
64: Base Kanbans.
65: Base Value.
66: Batch Production.
67: Batch Size.
68: Bench Model.
69: Benchmarking.
70: Bias in Forecasting.
71: Bidding Protocol.
72: Bill of Labor.
73: Bill of Materials.
74: Bill of Materials Co-Efficient.
75: Bill of Materials, Indented.
76: Bill of Materials Structure.
77: Blocked or Starved Machine.
78: Blocking.
79: Bottom-up Replanning.
80: Box-Jenkins Methodology.
81: Break Point.
82: Bucketless Material Requirements.
83: Bucketless Systems.
84: Buffer Stock.
85: Built to Order.
86: Bulk Exchange of Tools.
87: Bulk-Breaking.
88: The Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain Management.
89: Bus Modularity.
90: Business Process Reengineering (BPR).
91: CAD.
92: Calendar File.
93: CALS.
94: CAM.
95: CAM-I.
96: Campaign Cycle Length.
97: Capacitated Facility Location Decision.
98: Capacity.
99: Capacity Available.
100: Capacity Bills (CB) Method.
101: Capacity Installed.
102: Capacity Management in Make-to-Order Production Systems.
103: Capacity Planning by Overall Factors.
104: Capacity Planning: Long-Range.
105: Capacity Planning: Medium- and Short-Range.
106: Capacity Requirements Planning.
107: Capital Investment in Advanced Manufacturing Technology.
108: Causal Models.
109: C-Chart.
110: CERES.
111: Certainty Equivalent (CEV).
112: Chaotic Systems.
113: Chase Strategy for Capacity Planning.
114: Cimplicity.
115: C-Kanban.
116: Class A MRP.
117: Clean Technologies.
118: Closed-Loop Material Requirements Planning.
119: CNC Machine Tool.
120: Coding/Classification Analysis (C/C).
121: Coefficient-Based Clustering.
122: Cognitive Skills of Operators.
123: Combinatorial Problem.
124: Common Causes of Variations.
125: Commonality (Part, Component, etc.).
126: Competitive Analysis.
127: Competitive Priorities for Manufacturing.
128: Component Commonality Analysis.
129: Component Sharing Modularity.
130: Component Swapping Modularity.
131: Computer Assisted Acquisition Logistics Support (CALS).
132: Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM).
133: Computer Numerical Control (CNC).
134: Concurrent Engineering.
135: Concurrent Systems.
136: Constant Time Allowance.
137: Constant Work-in-Process (WIP) Method.
138: Constraint Management.
139: Constraint Resource.
140: Consultative Teams.
141: Contingency Claims Analysis (CCA).
142: Continuous Improvement Teams.
143: Continuous Replenishment.
144: Contribution Margin Analysis.
145: Control Chart.
146: Core Competency.
147: Core Manufacturing Competencies.
148: Core Manufacturing Competencies and Product Differentiation.
149: Core-Product Approach.
150: Corporate Billboard.
151: Corrective or Breakdown Maintenance.
152: Cosmetic Customizers.
153: Cost Accounting.
154: Cost Analysis for Purchase Negotiation.
155: Cost Drivers.
156: Cost Leadership Strategy.
157: Cost Management.
158: Cost Objects.
159: Cost of External Failure.
160: Cost of Internal Failure.
161: Cost of Quality.
162: Cost Per Bottleneck Minute Ratio (C/PB).
163: Cost Planning.
164: Cost-Based Pricing.
165: Cost-of-Goods-Sold.
166: Council of Logistics Management.
167: Critical Path Method (CPM).
168: Critical Path of the Bill of Materials.
169: Critical Ratio.
170: Cross Training.
171: Cross-Functional Integration.
172: Cross-Functional Team.
173: Cumulative Average Cost Model.
174: Current Ratio.
175: Customer Order Decoupling Point.
176: Customer Rationalization.
177: Customer Satisfaction.
178: Customer Service, Satisfaction, and Success.
179: Customer Service Level.
180: Customer Service Through Value Chain Integration.
181: Customer Success.
182: Customers of Choice.
183: Customization.
184: Cut-to-Fit Modularity.
185: Cycle Counting.
186: Cycle Stock.
187: Cycle Time.
188: DARPA.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Table of Contents.
Alphabetical List of Major Articles.
List of Authors, Contributors, and Reviewers.
Manufacturers and Organizations Discussed in the Encyclopedia.
Foreword.
Preface.
1: 3 “R”s.
2: 8-4-8-4 Scheme.
3: ABC Analysis or ABC Classification.
4: Absorption Costing.
5: Absorption Costing Model.
6: Acceptable Quality.
7: Acceptance Sampling.
8: Accounting System Implications of TOC.
9: Action Bucket.
10: Action Flexibility.
11: Activity Driver.
12: Activity-Based Cost Management.
13: Activity-Based Costing.
14: Activity-Based Costing in Manufacturing.
15: Activity-Based Costing: An Evaluation.
16: Activity-Based Management.
17: Ad-Hoc Teams.
18: Adaptation Flexibility.
19: Adaptive Control.
20: Adaptive Exponential Smoothing.
21: Adaptive Kanban Control.
22: Advanced Cost Management System (ACMS).
23: Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (AMT).
24: Adversarial Buyer-Supplier Relationship.
25: Aggregate Demand.
26: Aggregate Plan and Master Production Schedule Linkage.
27: Aggregate Planning.
28: Agile Logistics (Enterprise Logistics).
29: Agile Manufacturing.
30: Agility Change Domains.
31: Agility Proficiency Metrics.
32: AGV.
33: All or None Sampling.
34: Alliance Management.
35: Allocation and Availability Checking.
36: AMRF.
37: AMRI.
38: Andon.
39: Anticipated Build Schedule.
40: AOQ.
41: AOQL.
42: Appraisal Costs.
43: Artificial Intelligence (AI).
44: Assemble-to-Order Production.
45: Assembly Line Design.
46: Assignable Causes of Variations.
47: Asynchronous Systems.
48: Automated Manufacturing System.
49: Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG).
50: Autonomation.
51: Autonomous Project Organization.
52: Autonomous Work Teams.
53: Available-to-Promise (ATP).
54: Average Inventory.
55: Average Job Lateness.
56: Back Flushing.
57: Back Scheduling.
58: Back-End Activities.
59: Backflow.
60: Backward Integration.
61: Backward Scheduling.
62: Balanced Scorecard.
63: Band Width.
64: Base Kanbans.
65: Base Value.
66: Batch Production.
67: Batch Size.
68: Bench Model.
69: Benchmarking.
70: Bias in Forecasting.
71: Bidding Protocol.
72: Bill of Labor.
73: Bill of Materials.
74: Bill of Materials Co-Efficient.
75: Bill of Materials, Indented.
76: Bill of Materials Structure.
77: Blocked or Starved Machine.
78: Blocking.
79: Bottom-up Replanning.
80: Box-Jenkins Methodology.
81: Break Point.
82: Bucketless Material Requirements.
83: Bucketless Systems.
84: Buffer Stock.
85: Built to Order.
86: Bulk Exchange of Tools.
87: Bulk-Breaking.
88: The Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain Management.
89: Bus Modularity.
90: Business Process Reengineering (BPR).
91: CAD.
92: Calendar File.
93: CALS.
94: CAM.
95: CAM-I.
96: Campaign Cycle Length.
97: Capacitated Facility Location Decision.
98: Capacity.
99: Capacity Available.
100: Capacity Bills (CB) Method.
101: Capacity Installed.
102: Capacity Management in Make-to-Order Production Systems.
103: Capacity Planning by Overall Factors.
104: Capacity Planning: Long-Range.
105: Capacity Planning: Medium- and Short-Range.
106: Capacity Requirements Planning.
107: Capital Investment in Advanced Manufacturing Technology.
108: Causal Models.
109: C-Chart.
110: CERES.
111: Certainty Equivalent (CEV).
112: Chaotic Systems.
113: Chase Strategy for Capacity Planning.
114: Cimplicity.
115: C-Kanban.
116: Class A MRP.
117: Clean Technologies.
118: Closed-Loop Material Requirements Planning.
119: CNC Machine Tool.
120: Coding/Classification Analysis (C/C).
121: Coefficient-Based Clustering.
122: Cognitive Skills of Operators.
123: Combinatorial Problem.
124: Common Causes of Variations.
125: Commonality (Part, Component, etc.).
126: Competitive Analysis.
127: Competitive Priorities for Manufacturing.
128: Component Commonality Analysis.
129: Component Sharing Modularity.
130: Component Swapping Modularity.
131: Computer Assisted Acquisition Logistics Support (CALS).
132: Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM).
133: Computer Numerical Control (CNC).
134: Concurrent Engineering.
135: Concurrent Systems.
136: Constant Time Allowance.
137: Constant Work-in-Process (WIP) Method.
138: Constraint Management.
139: Constraint Resource.
140: Consultative Teams.
141: Contingency Claims Analysis (CCA).
142: Continuous Improvement Teams.
143: Continuous Replenishment.
144: Contribution Margin Analysis.
145: Control Chart.
146: Core Competency.
147: Core Manufacturing Competencies.
148: Core Manufacturing Competencies and Product Differentiation.
149: Core-Product Approach.
150: Corporate Billboard.
151: Corrective or Breakdown Maintenance.
152: Cosmetic Customizers.
153: Cost Accounting.
154: Cost Analysis for Purchase Negotiation.
155: Cost Drivers.
156: Cost Leadership Strategy.
157: Cost Management.
158: Cost Objects.
159: Cost of External Failure.
160: Cost of Internal Failure.
161: Cost of Quality.
162: Cost Per Bottleneck Minute Ratio (C/PB).
163: Cost Planning.
164: Cost-Based Pricing.
165: Cost-of-Goods-Sold.
166: Council of Logistics Management.
167: Critical Path Method (CPM).
168: Critical Path of the Bill of Materials.
169: Critical Ratio.
170: Cross Training.
171: Cross-Functional Integration.
172: Cross-Functional Team.
173: Cumulative Average Cost Model.
174: Current Ratio.
175: Customer Order Decoupling Point.
176: Customer Rationalization.
177: Customer Satisfaction.
178: Customer Service, Satisfaction, and Success.
179: Customer Service Level.
180: Customer Service Through Value Chain Integration.
181: Customer Success.
182: Customers of Choice.
183: Customization.
184: Cut-to-Fit Modularity.
185: Cycle Counting.
186: Cycle Stock.
187: Cycle Time.
188: DARPA.