Krajewski SN Chapter 15 - Chapter 15 Resource Planning A...

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Chapter 15 Resource Planning A. Resource Planning Across the Organization 1. What is resource planning? 2. How does it relate to managing processes and managing value chains? B. Enterprise Resource Planning 1. What does an ERP system do? 2. How are ERP systems designed? a. b. c. d. C. Planning and Control Systems for Manufacturers 1. Dependent demand a. Parent b. Component 2. Possible planning and control systems a. Material requirements planning (MRP) b. Drum-Buffer-Rope (DRP) c. Lean system 3. Advantages of such systems SN:15-1
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SN:15-2 Chapter 15: Resource Planning 4. Comparisons 1. Inputs to MRP 2. Bill of materials a. End item b. Intermediate item c. Subassembly d. Inventory items e. Part commonality 3. Master production scheduling (MPS) a. Purpose and process b. Developing a master production schedule Step 1: Calculate projected on-hand inventory Projected on-hand inventory at end = On-hand inventory at end of last week + MPS quantity due at start of this week - Projected requirements this week
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Chapter 15: Resource Planning SN:15-3 of this week where: Projected requirements = max {Forecast, Customer orders booked} Step 2: Determine the timing and size of MPS quantities c. Available-to-promise (ATP) inventory d. Application 15.1: Developing a Master Production Schedule Determine the MPS for Product A that has a 50-unit policy and 5 units on hand. The
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