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Maximizing profit : how to measure the financial impact of manufacturing decisions

Author: Walt Thrun
Publisher: New York : Productivity Press, ©2003.
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This book/CD-ROM addresses critical financial measures that guide manufacturers in making decisions and offers practical techniques that help managers measure the financial effects of typical  Read more...


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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Walt Thrun
ISBN: 1563272717 9781563272714
OCLC Number: 243591919
Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 233 pages)
Contents: Section I: Manufacturing Activities are Ultimately Expressed in Financial TermsChapter 1: Operational Improvements Don't Necessarily Translate to Financial Success Section II: Exposing the Existing Counter-Productive Performance MeasuresChapter 2: The Standard Cost System: Manufacturing's Millstone Chapter 3: Maximizing Gross Profit: Introduction to Optimization Techniques Section III: Maximizing Return on Investment (R.O.I.) is the Ultimate Objective: How to Get There is the Great ChallengeChapter 4: Which Operational Objective Will produce the Most Profit? Section IV: Getting the Most From What You Have: Learning How to Manage with Optimization TechniquesChapter 5: Measuring the Financial Benefits of Manufacturing Process Improvements Chapter 6: A New Look at the Make or Buy Decision Chapter 7: How to Evaluate New Business with Optimization Techniques Chapter 8: Should we Be a Subcontractor? Section V: Selective Growth and System Expansion Using Optimization TechniquesChapter 9: Optimizing the Capital Budget with Better Measurement of the Financial Benefits from Proposed Equipment Additions Chapter 10: Rethinking Traditional Capital Project Ranking Techniques Section VI: Illustrating the Aggregate Planning ProcessChapter 11: Developing the Aggregate Plan Using Optimization Techniques Chapter 12: Incorporating Lean Manufacturing Activities (and Other Operational Improvements) into the Aggregate Plan Chapter 13: Capital Budgeting is Just One Step in the Seamless Process Chapter 14: Finalizing the Aggregate Planning Process Section VII: Evaluating Multiple Plant Operations Using Optimization TechniquesChapter 15: Measuring the Real Financial Impact of Multiplant Operations Section VIII: Summary - Retracing the Steps to Becoming a User of Optimization TechniquesChapter 16: Summarizing OpTek's Journey from Traditional Activities to Optimization Techniques Section IX: AppendicesAppendix A: Activity Based Costing (ABC): Determination of ABC Rates Presented in Chapter 2 Appendix B: Using Excel Solver to Execute the OpTek Algorithm Appendix C: West Coast Processors: A Case Study Appendix D: Other Proponents and Applications of Optimization Techniques Glossary Index
Responsibility: Walt Thrun.
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