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2020/2021

Production and Operation Management

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2381089 Z,ZK 4 2P+2C Czech
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Department of Management and Economics
Synopsis:

The course is designed to provide engineers with the basic information and skills necessary to manage a production System of the Enterprise. An emphasis will be placed on the necessary steps in planning, operating and evaluating of manufacturing process. The topics include: Entrepreneurial Characteristics of Production Systems. Operations Competitiveness, Productivity and Strategy. Japanese methods of Improving Productivity. Recent Trends for Production Systems Designing. The Significance of Aggregate Planning. Production Planning and Budgeting Process and the Role of Engineering Economy. Reasons for Preparing the Manufacturing Business Plan. Decision Making in Production Management. Using Forecast Information in Production System. Value Analysis Introduction. Processes of Manufacturing Standardization. Material Resources and Capacity Planning. Advancement of the Production Quality Systems.

Requirements:

Requirements for course credit: Attendance, active participation, final test, presentation. Exam from lecturing topics.

Syllabus of lectures:

Entrepreneurial Characteristics of Production System. Operations Competitiveness, Productivity and Strategy. Japanese methods of Improving Productivity. Recent Trends for Production Systems Designing. The Significance of Aggregate Planning. Production Planning and Budgeting Process. Reasons for Preparing the Manufacturing Business Plan. Decision Making in Production Management. Using Forecast Information in Production System. Value Analysis Introduction. Processes of Manufacturing Standardization. Material Resources and Capacity Planning. Advancement of the Production Quality Systems.

1.Characteristics and trends of POM, forecasting, qualitative and quantitative methods.

2.Techniques for aggregate Planning, disaggregating the AP, master scheduling.

3.Inventory management I. Economic Order Quantity Models EOQ

4.Inventory management II. When to Reorder - ROP models

5.Inventory management III. Fixed-Order-Interval models

6.Inventory management IV. The Single-Period models

7.Advanced approaches in production (JIT, Toyota production system)

8.Benefits of JIT Systems, maintenance systems, OEE enumeration

9.Scheduling and Operations Strategy

10.Production lines optimization

11.Material Requirements Planning (MRP), TQM

12.Major Advantages of Production Planning System, Logistics

13.Computer Integrated Manufacturing.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Forecasting I. Qualitative and quantitative methods, averaging

2.Forecasting II. Extrapolation of trends, forecasting mistakes

3.Aggregate planning

4.Inventory management I. Economic Order Quantity Models EOQ

5.Inventory management II. When to Reorder - ROP models

6.Inventory management III. Fixed-Order-Interval models

7.Inventory management IV. The Single-Period models

8.Advanced approaches in production (JIT, TPS, Kanban, TQM, TPM)

9.Maintenance systems, OEE enumeration

10.Scheduling

11.Production lines optimization

12.Significance tree application in POM

13.Pareto analysis application, TQM

Study Objective:

Entrepreneurial Characteristics of Production System. Operations Competitiveness, Produc-tivity and Strategy. Japanese methods of Improving Productivity. Recent Trends for Produc-tion Systems Designing. The Significance of Aggregate Planning. Production Planning and Budgeting Process. Reasons for Preparing the Manufacturing Business Plan. Decision Making in Production Management. Using Forecast Information in Production System. Value Analy-sis Introduction. Processes of Manufacturing Standardization. Material Resources and Capac-ity Planning. Advancement of the Production Quality Systems. Teaching appropriately integrates knowledge of a number of related managerial and technical subjects and also responds to the needs of business practice and international cooperation of EU countries.

Study materials:

(1) Kavan M.: Výrobní a provozní management, Grada Publishing, 2002.

(2) Kavan M.: Výrobní management, Ediční středisko ČVUT, 2006.

(3) William J. Stevenson and William Stevenson: Operations Management McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2008, ISBN-10: 0077284097, ISBN-13: 978-0077284091.

Note:
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No time-table has been prepared for this course
The course is a part of the following study plans:
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For updated information see http://bilakniha.cvut.cz/en/predmet10612302.html