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

6.9 References

ASCM22Pittman, P. et al., ASCM Dictionary, 17th Ed., APICS/ASCM, Chicago, 2022
Ohno88Ohno, T., “Toyota Production System: Beyond Large-Scale Production,” Productivity Press, Cambridge, MA, 1988
Shin85Shingo, S., “A Revolution in Manufacturing: The SMED System,” Productivity Press, Cambridge, MA, 1985
Shin89Shingo, S., “A Study of the Toyota Production System from an Industrial Engineering Point,” Productivity Press, Cambridge, MA, 1989
Suza12Suzaki, K., “The New Manufacturing Challenge,” Reprint, Free Press, New York, 2012
Toyo98“The Toyota Production System,” Toyota Motor Corpora­tion, Public Affairs Divison, Toyota City, Japan, 1998
Wien19Wiendahl, H.P., “Betriebsorganisation für Ingenieure,” 9th Edition, Hanser, München, 2019
Wild89Wildemann, H., “Flexible Werkstattsteuerung durch Integration von Kanban-Prinzipien,” CW-Publikationen, München, 1989
Wild01Wildemann, H., “Das Just-In-Time Konzept: Produktion und Zulieferung auf Abruf,” TCW Transfer-Centrum für, München, 5. Auflage, 2001
Will15Wille, T., “Konzeption eines Bezugssystems zur Bewertung des Einführungs­fortschritts von „Lean Thinking“ in produzierenden Unternehmen,“ Diss ETH Zürich, 2015
WoJo07Womack, J.P., Jones, D.T., Roos, D., “The Machine That Changed the World,” Revised Edition, Simon & Schuster, UK, 2007

Course 6: Sections and their intended learning outcomes

  • Course 6 – The Lean / Just-in-Time Concept and Repetitive Manufacturing

    Intended learning outcomes: Produce an overview on lean / just-in-time and repetitive manufacturing. Explain the lean / just-in-time concept in detail. Describe the Kanban technique. Identify the cumulative production figures principle. Disclose an implementing procedure and a comparison of techniques.

  • 6.1 Characterizing Lean / Just-in-Time and Repetitive Manufacturing

    Intended learning outcomes: Explain Just-in-Time and Jidoka: Increasing productivity through reduction of overburdening, unevenness, and useless effort, or waste. Describe characteristic features for simple and effective planning & control techniques of repetitive manufacturing.

  • 6.2 The Lean Concept / Just-in-Time Concept

    Intended learning outcomes: Explain lead time reduction through setup time reduction and batch size reduction as well as further concepts. Describe line balancing through harmonizing the content of work. Disclose Just-in-Time Logistics. Present generally valid advantages of the lean / Just-in-Time concept for materials management and for capacity management.

  • 6.3 The Kanban Technique

    Intended learning outcomes: Explain Kanban as a technique of execution and control of operations as well as a technique of materials management. Disclose the adequate long- and medium-term planning for Kanban.

  • 6.8 Scenarios and Exercises

    Intended learning outcomes: Operation time versus operation cost: disclose the effect of varying setup time and batch size. Calculate the effect of cellular manufacturing on lead-time reduction. Perform line balancing through harmonizing the content of work. Determine the number of Kanban cards.

  • 6.9 References


  • Case [Course 6]