Scheduling - production control, Operation Management

Scheduling

Meaning and Definition

Scheduling is the next technique of production control. In production control scheduling  means  the  arrangement of different operations involved in manufacturing  in order  of priority fixing the time  and date when  each  operation  is to  commenced and completed.

Spriegal and Lansburgh  quote scheduling  as scheduling involves establishing the amount of  work  to be done  and the  time when  each  element  of work will start  or order of work"

According  to  James L .lL undy "work  scheduling contains the assignment  of starting  and  completion  time  for the  various  operations  to be Carried out"

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