Master Scheduling: A Practical Guide to Competitive Manufacturing (Anglais) Relié – 6 mars 2007
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"Master Scheduling: A Practical Guide to Competitive Manufacturing is a comprehensive road map to managing a business in this competitive world. Proud teaches the value of a disciplined approach to balancing supply and demand, while reducing manufacturing cost via transparency and timely diagnostics."
Shaker Chandrasekaran, Vice President, Cellulose Fibers Manufacturing, Weyerhaeuser Company
"This latest edition of Master Scheduling further refines the definitive body of knowledge on the topic. A valid master scheduling process has been and remains one of the most effective tools to manage the complexities of a manufacturing business and will provide the practitioner as well as the executive with valid insight and support to direct the critical activities of their enterprise."
Michael L. Bales, President, Delta/Unibus Corporation
"Proud clearly outlines, defines, and explains the process of master scheduling. The book is an excellent read for both the beginner and practitioner giving either one an understanding of how to apply the concepts and tools for the best results in any manufacturing environment."
Jimmie White, Materials and Logistics Manager, RGM Products
"In Master Scheduling, Proud gives us both the science and the art of integrating high–level planning and day–to–day execution theory combined with practice written in a clear way. The vital role of master scheduling in effective planning and execution is not only made real, but compelling. This book is a comprehensive resource for design, implementation, and measurement of world–class supply chain processes."
Bob Hirschey, Vice President, Strategic Planning, Cellulose Fibers, Weyerhaeuser Company
"Proud helps the reader understand the application of master scheduling principles and describes what works in great detail. Master Scheduling will become the text for any course on master scheduling and the standard resource for all manufacturing companies."
Richard C. Ling, President, Richard C. Ling, Inc.
"Master scheduling, the complex integration of all management planning activities, is presented in Proud′s effective style. A tremendously broad undertaking, [this book] is sensitive to the need of the practitioner to know how and the executive to know why."
Richard Pugliese, former executive, at Monitor Labs, Systech, and Xerox Corporation
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This book helps me a lot to updrage my skill and knowledge of operation management.
This one doesn't disappoint, it is the premier book on this topic, and gives you all the info you need.
Although, as usual, you have to interpret a little for short shelf life FMCG.
But apart from this, it is great!
Contents include the mechanics of master scheduling, managing the MPS in various manufacturing environments (make-to-stock, make-to-order, etc.), planning bills, finishing schedules, capacity planning, demand management, and system implementation. Key points are punctuated by a running fictional account of master scheduling in action -- with all the personalities and politics that bear on this essential task.
Proud presents the vast material in a logical and entertaining manner. Detailed computational examples are provided for many of the situations a master scheduler will face. Proud is not afraid to depart from standard APICS language or teachings when appropriate -- but he does clearly identify when he has done so. Perhaps most significant is his exceptional grasp of the human relations and management issues involved. He shows that master scheduling is more than just crunching numbers.
Highly recommended as preparation for the APICS Master Planning exam.