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Unformatted text preview: 1 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Ayhan Gereker 2 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT I. INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY II. COMPANY AND ORGANIZATION III. OPERATION PLANNING AND CONTROL IV. MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION V. TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT VI. PROJECT MANAGEMENT VII. MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT VIII. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IX. HUMAN RESOURCES X. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY XI. ETHICS IN INDUSTRY XII. OTHER TOPICS AND RECENT TRENDS IN MANAGEMENT 3 I. INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY 4 IMPORTANCE OF MANAGEMENT ENGINEERS SHOULD KNOW MANAGEMENT FOR SUCCESS IN GLOBAL WORLD MANAGEMENT IS IMPORTANT INCREASING USE OF JAPANESE TECHNIQUES (JIT, KAMBAN, KAIZEN, TQM) IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE LAST 20 YEARS DUE TO : INCREASING IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY AND PRICE WIDE SPREAD USE OF COMPUTERS 5 MANAGEMENT IN THE BEGINNING- OWNERS, SMALL INDUSTRIES- CLERKS, OFFICERS- ASSISTANTS LATER LARGER INDUSTRIES, SEVERAL FACTORIES OF ONE OWNER PUBLIC INDUSTRIES - NO ONE OWNER MANAGEMENT 6 MANAGEMENT MANAGING IS TO PLAN, GUIDE, LEAD AND CONTROL THE ACTIVITIES OF OTHER PEOPLE IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED GOALS MANAGING IS DONE AT ANY ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL WHERE ONE MAN MUST GUIDE AND DIRECT THE ACTIVITIES OF OTHERS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A GROUP OF PEOPLE IN ACCOMPLISHING ITS DESIRED GOALS IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO THE EFFECTIVENESS WITH WHICH THE GROUP IS MANAGED THEREFORE THE SUCCESS OF ANY INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION DEPENDS ON HOW WELL THAT ORGANIZATION IS MANAGED 7 MANAGEMENT CLASSICAL VIEW MAXIMIZE PROFIT RECENT VIEW STAKEHOLDERS OBJECTIVE OF A FIRM SHOULD BE BALANCING THE CONFLICTING CLAIMS OF VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS EMPLOYEES SUPPLIERS OF GOOD AND SERVICES CUSTOMERS SHAREHOLDERS BANKS, CREDITORS GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC 8 MANAGEMENT SATISFYING THE MAIN STAKEHOLDERS BY IMPROVING CRITICAL PROCESSES WHILE ALIGNING RESOURCES AND ORGANIZATION RESOURCES : INFORMATION, PEOPLE, MONEY, ... ORGANIZATION : STRUCTURE, MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES STRATEGY PROCESSES RESOURCES ORGANIZATION 9 MANAGEMENT PROFIT COST SCHEDULING QUALITY INCREASING PROFIT WILL SATISFY MOST OF THE STAKEHOLDERS 10 MANAGEMENT QUALITY COST SCHEDULING MARKETING SERVICE PRODUCTION PRODUCT PLANNING PURCHASING PRODUCTION PREPARATION DESIGN TOP MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBLE FOR STRATEGY AND PLANNING ADMINISTRATION RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING SUPPORT 11 MANAGEMENT SUPPLY CHAIN: SUPPLIER MANUFACTURER WHOLESALER CONSUMERS RETAIL STORE THE OBJECTIVE IS TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF CONSUMERS BY SUPPLYING APPROPRIATE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ON TIME WITH COMPETITIVE PRICES. THE SUPPLY CHAIN SHOULD BE MANAGED CONSIDERING FIVE CRITERIA: QUALITY, SPEED, DEPENDABILITY, FLEXIBILITY AND COST 12 MANAGEMENT DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT APPROACHES- CLASSICAL APPROACH: PLAN-ORGANIZE-CONTROL, ESTABLISH OBJECTIVES, TRY TO ACHIEVE AND CONSTANTLY CONTROL- BEHAVIORAL APPROACH: TO ACHIEVE EFFICIENCY AND HARMONY TRY TO UNDERSTAND HUMAN BEHAVIOR; MOTIVATION, TEAMWORK, LEADERSHIP IMPORTANT- MANAGEMENT SCIENCE APPROACH: USE OF MATHEMATICS...
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2009 for the course INDUSTRIAL ie500 taught by Professor Mathematicalprogrammibg during the Spring '09 term at Bilkent University.

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