UP 6 - Planning and Control

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5/19/11 Planning and Control IE 197
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5/19/11 Reconciling Demand with Planning – act of setting down expectations of what should happen Supply of products and services The operation’s resources Demand for products and services The operation’s customers PLANNING AND CONTROL Activities which reconcile supply and demand
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5/19/11 Types of Demand Dependent demand Relatively predictable Independent demand Based on what management believes the market will require
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5/19/11 Planning and Control Long-term Making long-term investments or divestments to meet expected level of demand Medium-term Some of the resources are fixed and forecasts becomes more certain Short-term – day to day Master plan Loading – deciding who, what will do what;
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5/19/11 Activities in Planning & Capacity Planning – plans/controls the use of resources Inventory Planning & Control – manages physical stocks to meet end demand Supply Chain Planning & Control – manages flow of goods and services in the supply network MRP – plans/controls independent demand
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Capacity Planning and Capacity Maximum throughput of an operation over a period of time
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