Integral Logistics Management: Operations and Supply Chain Management Within and Across Companies, Fifth Edition, 5th Edition (Hardback) book cover

Integral Logistics Management

Operations and Supply Chain Management Within and Across Companies, Fifth Edition, 5th Edition

By Paul Schönsleben

CRC Press

850 pages | 566 B/W Illus.

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Simplified theories, magic formulas, and popular catchwords will only take you so far when dealing with real-world logistics, operations, and supply chain management scenarios. The complex reality of day-to-day operations in organizations within industry and the service sector demands highly diligent work.

Integral Logistics Management: Operations and Supply Chain Management Within and Across Companies, Fifth Edition prepares students to tackle the logistical, planning, and managerial challenges they’ll face on the job. It covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of the differing characteristics, tasks, methods, and techniques of planning and control in company logistics. Updates to this edition include:

  • An additional chapter on supply chain design, encompassing a major section on the integrated design of production, distribution, retail, service, and transportation networks
  • An extended section on sustainability in supply chains, comprising the measurement of environmental performance
  • An expanded chapter on product families and one-of-a-kind production, containing new methods for the "engineer-to-order" production environment
  • New sections on the use of available-to-promise and capable-to-promise methods, as well as the use of enabling technologies toward personalized production

The book examines the logistical characteristics of product variety, including made-to-order, assemble-to-order, engineer-to-order, and additive manufacturing for personalized orders. The material in the text covers most of the key terms in the five CPIM modules contained in the APICS CPIM Exam Content Manual, as well as in the CSCP program—making it an ideal self-study resource.

As with the previous edition, the text provides readers with online access to Interactive Macromedia Flash elements and other helpful downloads. The book’s website has been updated with further learning materials and the comprehensive index has also been expanded. Summaries, key words, cases, and exercises are included in each chapter.

Table of Contents

PART A: FUNDAMENTALS, STRATEGIES, AND DESIGN OPTIONS IN INTEGRAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

Logistics, Operations, and Supply Chain Management

Basic Definitions, Issues, and Challenges

Business Objects

Strategies in the Entrepreneurial Context

Performance Measurement

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Supply Chain Design: Business Relations and Risks

Ownership and Trade in a Supply Chain

Strategic Procurement

Designing a Partnership Relationship

Supply Chain Risk Management

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Supply Chain Design: Location Planning and Sustainability

Design Options for Production, Distribution, and Service Networks

Location Selection and Location Configuration

Sustainable Supply Chains

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

PART B: STRATEGIC AND TACTICAL CONCEPTS OF PLANNING AND CONTROL IN INTEGRAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

Business Process Analysis and Concepts for Planning and Control

Elements of Business Process Management

Push and Pull in the Design of Business Processes

Important Techniques of Analysis in Business Process Engineering

Characteristic Features Relevant to Planning and Control in Supply Chains

Branches, Production Types, and Concepts for Planning and Control

Summary

Scenarios and Exercises

References

The MRP II / ERP Concept: Business Processes and Methods

Business Processes and Tasks in Planning and Control

Master Planning — Long-Term Planning

Introduction to Detailed Planning and Execution

Logistics Business Methods in R&D

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

The Lean / Just-in-Time Concept and Repetitive Manufacturing

Characterizing Lean / Just-in-Time and Repetitive Manufacturing

The Lean / Just-in-Time Concept

The Kanban Technique

The Cumulative Production Figures Principle

Implementing Procedure and Comparison of Techniques

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

The Concept for Product Families and One-of-a-Kind Production

Logistics Characteristics of a Product Variety Concept

Adaptive Techniques

Generative Techniques

Generative and Adaptive Techniques for Engineer-to-Order

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

The Concept for the Process Industry

Characteristics of the Process Industry

Processor-Oriented Master and Order Data Management

Processor-Oriented Resource Management

Special Features of Long-Term Planning

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

ERP and SCM Software

Software in the Area of ERP and SCM: An Introduction

Contents of ERP and SCM Software

Factors for Successful Implementation of ERP and SCM Software

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

PART C: METHODS OF PLANNING AND CONTROL IN COMPLEX LOGISTICS SYSTEMS

Demand Planning and Demand Forecasting

Overview of Demand Planning and Forecasting Techniques

Historically Oriented Techniques for Constant Demand

Historically Oriented Techniques with Trend-Shaped Behavior

Future-Oriented Techniques

Using Forecasts in Planning

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Inventory Management and Stochastic Materials Management

Stores and Inventory Management

Usage Statistics, Analyses, and Classifications

Order Point Technique and Safety Stock Calculation 11.4 Batch or Lot Sizing

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Deterministic Materials Management

Demand and Available Inventory along the Time Axis

Deterministic Determination of Independent Demand

Deterministic Determination of Dependent Demand

Batch or Lot Sizing

Analyzing the Results of Material Requirements Planning (MRP)

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Time Management and Scheduling

Elements of Time Management

Buffers and Queues

Scheduling of Orders and Scheduling Algorithms

Splitting, Overlapping, and Extended Scheduling Algorithms

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Capacity Management

Fundamentals of Capacity Management

Infinite Loading

Finite Loading

Rough-Cut Capacity Planning

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Order Release and Control

Order Release

Shop Floor Control

Order Monitoring and Shop Floor Data Collection

Distribution Control

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

Cost Estimating, Job-Order Costing, and Activity-Based Costing

Costs, Cost Elements, and Cost Structures

Cost Estimating

Job-Order Costing

Activity-Based Costing

Summary

Keywords

References

Representation and System Management of Logistic Objects

Order Data in Sales, Distribution, Production, and Procurement

The Master Data for Products and Processes

Extensions Arising from the Variant-Oriented Concept

Extensions Arising from the Processor-Oriented Concept

The Management of Product Data and Product Life Cycle Data

Summary

Keywords

Scenarios and Exercises

References

PART D: OVERVIEW OF FURTHER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE ENTERPRISE

Quality Management—TQM and Six Sigma

Quality: Concept and Measurement

Quality Management Tasks at the Operations Level

Quality Management Systems

Summary

Keywords

References

Systems Engineering and Project Management

Systems Engineering

Project Management

Summary

Keywords

References

Selected Sections of Information Management

Important Terms in Information Management

Modeling Enterprise Information Systems

Modeling Information Systems in the Data View and Object View

Summary

Keywords

References

Index

About the Author

Prof. Paul Schönsleben studied mathematics and operations research at ETH Zurich. He obtained a PhD. degree in 1980. Several years of responsibilities for computer and organisation departments of industrial companies followed. From 1983 to 1991 he was full time professor for Business Informatics at the University of Neuchatel, Switzerland. Since 1991 he has been full professor at ETH Zurich, chair of operations and supply chain management. He was dean, deputy head and head of the Department BEPR and MTEC from 2001 to 2005. He is member of the Board of several companies and foundations.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS053000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Quality Control
BUS076000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Purchasing & Buying
BUS093000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Facility Management