Integral Logistics Management — Operations Management and Supply Chain Management Within and Across Companies

4.9 References


Albe95Alberti, G., “Erarbeitung von optimalen Produktions­infrastrukturen und Planungs- und Steuerungs­systemen,” Diss. ETH Zurich, No. 11841, 1996
APIC16Pittman, P. et al., APICS Dictionary, 15th Edition, APICS, Chicago, IL, 2016
Dave93Davenport, T., “Process Innovation — Reengineering Work Through Information Technology,” Harvard Business School Press, Cambridge, MA, 1993
FIR97bForschungsinstitut für Rationalisierung FIR, „Logistik-Richtwerte für den zwischen­betrieblichen Vergleich“, Eigenverlag, Aachen, 1. Auflage, 1997
Foga09Fogarty, D.W., “Production Inventory Management,” 3rd Edition, South Western Publishing, 2009
Grul28Grull, W., “Die Organisation von Fabrikbetrieben,” Gloeckners Handelsbücherei BD.11/12, 3. Auflage, Gloeckner, Leipzig, 1928
HaCh06Hammer, M., Champy, J., “Reengineering the Corporation — A Manifesto for Business Revolution,” Harvard Paperbacks, Cambridge, MA, 2006
Hack89Hackstein, R., „Produktionsplanung und -steuerung (PPS) — Ein Handbuch für die Praxis“, 2. Auflage, Düsseldorf, 1989
Hart04Hartel, I., “Virtuelle Servicekooperationen — Management von Dienst­leistungen in der Investitionsgüterindustrie,” BWI-Reihe Forschungsberichte für die Unternehmens­praxis, vdf Hochschulverlag, Zurich, 2004
Hieb02Hieber, R., “Supply Chain Management — A Collaborative Performance Measurement Approach,” vdf Hochschulverlag, Zurich, 2002
LuEv01Luczak, H., Eversheim, W., “Produktionsplanung und -steuerung — Grund­lagen, Anwendungen und Konzepte,” 2nd Edition, Springer, Berlin, 2001
PtSc03Ptak, C.A., Schragenheim, E., “ERP: Tools, Techniques, and Applications for Integrating the Supply Chains,” 2nd Edition, St. Lucie Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2003
Senn04Sennheiser, A., “Determinant Based Selection of Bench­marking Partners and Logistics Performance Indicators,” Dissertation ETH Zurich, No. 15650, 2004
Shin89Shingo, S., “A Study of the Toyota Production System from an Industrial Engineering Viewpoint,” Revised Edition, Productivity Press, Cambridge, MA, 1989
Ulic11Ulich, E., “Arbeitspsychologie,” 7th Edition, vdf Hochschulverlag, Zurich, 2011
VoBe18Jacobs, R., Berry, W., Whybark, D.C., Vollmann, T.E., “Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply Chain Management — The CPIM Reference,” 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2018
Wigh95Wight, O.W., “MRP II: Unlocking America’s Productivity Potential,” Revised Edition, Oliver Wight, New York, 1995.


Course 4: Sections and their intended learning outcomes

  • 4.4 Characteristic Features Relevant to Planning & Control in Supply Chains

    Intended learning outcomes: Produce an overview on principle and validity of characteristics in planning & control. Explain six features in reference to customer, and item or product or product family, five features in reference to logistics and production resources, as well as seven features in reference to the production or procurement order. Describe important relationships between characteristic features and features of transcorporate logistics in supply chains.

  • 4.5 Branches, Production Types, and Concepts for Planning & Control

    Intended learning outcomes: Describe branches of industry in dependency upon two characteristic features, "volume versus variety". Explain in detail production types and concepts for planning & control. Disclose selecting an appropriate branch model, production type, and concept for planning & control.

  • 4.6 Summary

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  • 4.8 Scenarios and Exercises

    Intended learning outcomes: Differentiate between various concepts for planning & control within the company. Using process charts for synchronization between use and manufacturing with inventory control processes. Elaborate a basic process analysis as well as manufacturing processes in the company-internal layout.

  • 4.9 References

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