Krajewski SN Chapter 16 - Chapter 16 Scheduling A....

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Chapter 16 Scheduling A. Scheduling Across the Organization 1. How is scheduling part of everyday life? 2. Types of scheduling 3. How has the development of computer hardware and software and the availability of the Internet, transformed the scheduling process into a competitive weapon? B. Scheduling Service and Manufacturing Processes 1. Performance measures a. Job flow time Job flow time = Time of completion Time job was available for first processing operation b. Makespan Makespan = Time of completion of last job Starting time of first job c. Past due d. Work-in-process inventory (WIP) e. Total inventory Total inventory = Scheduled receipts for all items + On-hand inventories of all items f. Utilization SN:16-1
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SN:16-2 Chapter 16: Scheduling 2. Gantt charts a. Job or activity progress chart b. Workstation chart C. Scheduling Customer Demand 1. 2. 3. D. Scheduling Employees 1. Constraints
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Chapter 16: Scheduling SN:16-3 2. Developing a workforce schedule a. Example 16.1 : developing a workforce schedule for a company that operates
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Krajewski SN Chapter 16 - Chapter 16 Scheduling A....

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