Process Planning, Operation Management

Process Planning

In the design of processes there is a certain similarity to the design of products, in that there is a hierarchy of design stages. At the top level, process planning, there is the conceptualisation of several feasible methods of delivering the product or service, followed by the screening and selection of the one to be implemented. There follows the detailed design of the various operations to be performed: facility layout and job design.

Posted Date: 3/16/2013 2:08:59 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Process Planning, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Process Planning, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Process Planning Discussions

Write discussion on Process Planning
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
In this fast paced and complex environment, many companies are finding they cannot do it alone. An effective supply chain of partners is becoming more and more of a necessity. Let'

Consider mean arrival rate is 1 customer every 4 mins and mean service time is 5/2 mins. If waiting cost is $5 per unit per min and cost of serviceing one unit is $4. Find minimum

Given the following data for Albert's fabricating production area: Fixed costs for one shift = $60,000 Unit variable cost = $7 Selling price = $12 Number of machines = 5 Number of

Describe a company of your choice from the customer-contact matrix perspective. Discuss the operations of the organization from your perspective using the three elements of the cus

Discuss the importance of designing for profit in product development. What happens when there is distortion in these goals?

Which of the following distributions cannot be simulated a) Uniform b) Poisson. c) Normal. d) All of these can be simulated.


Page maximum required for this question. This is testing your business perspective of a typical IE problem. Given that you have a starting standard time for a job of ninety (90) mi

Suppose you were conducting a marketing analysis for a new textbook about technology management. What would you need to know to identify a market segment? How would you make a need

Management believes 6,000 WVD drums could be sold each year if the company had sufficient manufacturing capacity. As an alternative to adding another welding machine, management ha