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Lean supply chain management essentials : a framework for materials managers

Author: Bill Kerber; Brian J Dreckshage
Publisher: Boca Raton [Fla.] ; London : CRC Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presenting an alternate approach to supply chain management, Lean Supply Chain Management Essentials: A Framework for Materials Managers explains why the traditional materials planning environment, typically embodied by an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, is an ineffective support system for a company that wants to adopt Lean practices. It begins by defining supply chain management basics, including roles,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Kerber; Brian J Dreckshage
ISBN: 9781439840825 1439840822
OCLC Number: 666242778
Description: xv, 258 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. Lean basics --
2. Executive S & OP, forecasting, and customer relationships --
3. Leveling and heijunka --
4. Dependent demand materials --
5. Capacity management and shop floor control --
6. Inventory management --
7. Lot sizing --
8. Warehousing and logistics --
9. Quality control --
10. Purchasing --
11. Lean system --
Appendix 1. The myth of the bell-shaped curve : inventory level and customer service --
Appendix 2. The bullwhip effect --
Appendix 3. Lean implementation metholology --
Appendix 4. Using your value stream map for green initiatives and risk management.
Responsibility: Bill Kerber and Brian J. Dreckshage.

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Presenting an alternate approach to supply chain management, Lean Supply Chain Management Essentials: A Framework for Materials Managers explains why the traditional materials planning environment, typically embodied by an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, is an ineffective support system for a company that wants to adopt Lean practices. It begins by defining supply chain management basics, including roles, objectives, and responsibilities from a traditional framework. Next, it describes Lean basics and explores the conflicts between Lean and the traditional framework. The book focuses on the materials management aspects of Lean, such as leveling work into the value stream, heijunka scheduling, standard work, and the concept of intervals, including Every Part Every Interval (EPEI). By combining traditional materials management tools, such as Sales and Operations Planning (S & OP), with Lean manufacturing approaches and applying them to different manufacturing environments, the authors clarify the logic behind why you are doing what you're doing with Lean components and how they fit together as a system ... -- Book Description.

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