RESOURCE PLANNING AND SUPPLY CHAIN
NEW MANUFACTURING METRICS
IMPROVING LOGISTICS FOR THE
WORLD CLASS CULTURE
FULL LIBRARY (list, no graphics)
A Study of the Toyota Production System. Shigeo Shingo.
Creating Continuous Flow. Mike Rother and Rick Harris. How
to create real, not fake, flow through your processes. Excellent material in an easy to read, workbook like
Creating Level Pull. Art Smalley.
Creating Mixed Model Value Streams. Kevin J. Duggan. Practical
lean techniques for building to demand. Highly recommended.
Kanban. Just-in-Time at Toyota. Japan Management Association
Japanese Manufacturing Techniques. Richard J. Schonberger
Just-in-Time. Making It Happen. William Sandras
Lean Production Simplified. Pascal Dennis. An excellent introduction
to Lean concepts.
Lean Lexicon. Chet Marchwinski and John Shook. A graphical
glossary for Lean Thinkers.
Lean Standard System. Chris
Gray. Lean manufacturing and software.
Lean Thinking. Jim Womack and Dan Jones. The best
introductory book on the subject of Lean Manufacturing.
Learning to See. Mike Rother and John Shook. Value stream
mapping to add value and eliminate waste. Excellent material in an easy to read, workbook like format.
Let's Fix It! Overcome the Crisis in Manufacturing. Richard J.
Schonberger. Research-based principles of manufacturing management.
Making Materials Flow. Rick Harris, Chris Harris, and Earl Wilson.
Designing material routes for lean production.Excellent material in an easy to read, workbook like format.
Seeing the Whole. Dan Jones and Jim Womack. Value stream
mapping to add value and eliminate waste - across an entire Lean Enterprise. Excellent material in an easy to
read, workbook like format.
The New Manufacturing Challenge. Techniques for Continuous Improvement. Kiyoshi
Today and Tomorrow. Henry Ford. Lean manufacturing concepts from the
real Father of Lean.
Toyota Production System. Yasuhiro Monden. The definitive study of
Toyota Production System. Beyond Large-Scale Production. Taiichi
Ohno. The Toyota Production System from the “Father of TPS”.
Value Stream Management. Don Tapping, Tom Luyster and Tom
World Class Manufacturing. Richard J.
21st Century Manufacturing.
Tom Gunn. Harper Business. Order Now!
Bills of Material. Structured for
Excellence. Dave Garwood. Dogwood Publishing. The rest of what
you wanted to know about bills of material from the pioneer in the
field of bill of material structuring. Order Now!
Designing and Managing the Supply
Chain David Simchi-Levi, Philip Kaminsky, Edith Simchi-Levi
ERP: Making It Happen.
Tom Wallace and Mike Kremzar. John Wiley and Sons. An excellent overview of
implementation issues and how to overcome them.
Focus Forecasting. Bernard
Smith. B. T. Smith and Associates. The original book on the subject.
Excellent overview. Order
Focus Forecasting and DRP.
Bernard Smith. B. T. Smith and Associates. Better than the
original: includes new original material and 15 years of additional
experience in making Focus Forecasting work. Order
In the Age of the Real Time
Enterprise. Tom Gunn. John Wiley and Sons. Order Now!
to Supply Chain Management
Robert B. Handfield and Ernest L. Nichols, Jr. 1999,
Inventory Record Accuracy.
Roger Brooks/Larry Wilson. John Wiley and Sons. How to get the
inventory records accurate in the minimum amount of time. Order Now!
Managing Supplier Quality. How to
Develop Customer/Supplier Partnerships That Work. Roger Hale,
Ronald Koval, Tim Sehnert, Donald Carlton. Monochrome Press.
Hardcover. Solutions to some of the toughest supplier situations
you'll ever face. Written for those trying to solve problems with
suppliers, the book has worksheets and evaluation forms that you can
use to start work in this area. Order Now!
Manufacturing Data Structures.
Jerry Clement/John Sari/Andy Coldrick. John Wiley and Sons. Everything
you always wanted to know about bills of material and routings. Order
Master Scheduling in the 21st
Century. Tom Wallace and Bob Stahl. Accomplishes two
important tasks. First it presents the fundamentals of Master
Scheduling in a clear, concise, and complete manner. It's simple
and easy to understand. Second it explains the relationship
between master scheduling and supply chain management, lean
manufacturing and efficient consumer response. It's contemporary
and up-to-date. Foreword and Lean Manufacturing Appendix by
John Proud. John Wiley and Sons. An in-depth work on master
production scheduling. Excellent book. Order Now!
MRP II: Unlocking
America's Productivity Potential. Oliver Wight. John Wiley and
Sons. Explains the concepts of MRP II from a management perspective.
The best available overview of MRP II usage even 17 years after the
author's death. Order Now!
Production and Inventory
Management in the Computer Age. Oliver Wight. John Wiley and
Sons. The classic. Explains, in Ollie's simple, understandable style,
the basic elements of MRP II. Out of print - check with
The Oliver Wight ABCD Checklist
for Operational Excellence. Oliver Wight Staff. John
Wiley and Sons. Detailed Class A Checklist. Order
Orlicky's Material Requirements
Planning. Joe Orlicky/George Plossl. McGraw Hill. Order Now!
Dick Ling/Walter Goddard. John Wiley and Sons. The first book on the
subject of sales and operations planning from the pioneer in the field
Sales and Operations Planning -
Best Practices. John Dougherty and Chris Gray, Trafford
Publishing 2006. Go inside a "baker's dozen" of the
world's best S&OP users. Highly recommended. Order
Sales and Operations Planning
Handbook. Donald Rice/John J. Civerolo. An excellent
"starter kit" for implementing and operating Sales and
Operations Planning. Highly recommended. Order
Sales & Operations Planning -
The How-to-Handbook. Tom Wallace. T. F. Wallace &
Company. Easy to read and understand explanation of this subject
- with tips on implementing and operating effectively. Order
Sales Forecasting - A New
Approach. Tom Wallace and Bob Stahl. How to
forecast less, not more; emphasize teamwork, not formulas; focus on
process improvement, not forecast "accuracy". Order
The MRP II Standard System.
Chris Gray/Darryl Landvater. John Wiley and Sons. Defines the core
functions that must be present in an MRP II system. Written in an
understandable style accessible to non software people. Order
The Right Choice.
Chris Gray. John Wiley and Sons. How to evaluate and select software
and be confident of your choice. Out of print. Contact the
World Class Production and
Inventory Management. Darryl Landvater. John Wiley and Sons. Order
NEW MANUFACTURING METRICS
Measure Up! Richard L. Lynch & Kelvin F. Cross.
Blackwell. Practical examples, tools, and worksheets to custom tailor
new performance measurements for your organization. The best book
available on the subject of performance measurement. Order Now!
It's Not Luck. Eliyahu M.
Goldratt. An outstanding novel that illustrates, in an entertaining
manner, how traditional performance measurements can motivate the
wrong actions. Order Now!
Relevance Lost. The Rise
and Fall of Management Accounting. H. Thomas Johnson and Robert S.
Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press. Illustrates why modern
corporations must reexamine their existing practices and redesign
management accounting systems. Order Now!
IMPROVING LOGISTICS FOR THE
CUSTOMER'S BENEFIT (High Level)
Teaching the Elephant to Dance. James Belasco. Plume.
Paper. A practical, hands on guide to creating change. The best book
available on the subject of creating a Vision in the organization. Order
Flight of the Buffalo. Soaring to
Excellence, Learning to Let Employees Lead. James A. Belasco
& Ralph C. Stayer. Warner Books. A model for a highly flexible
organization that can learn and grow while responding to changing
circumstances. Order Now!
The Customer Driven Company.
Moving from Talk to Action. Richard C. Whiteley.
Addison-Wesley. A step-by-step program for implementing, measuring,
and rewarding both product and service excellence that leads to true
customer loyalty. Order Now!
WORLD CLASS CULTURE
On Becoming a Leader. Warren Bennis. Addison-Wesley. The
Hows of Leadership: How people become leaders, how they lead, and how
organizations either encourage or stifle potential leaders. Order
Leadership is an Art. Max
DePree. Dell. Not a science or a discipline, leadership is an art: as
such it must be felt, experienced, created. Order Now!
The Great Game of Business.
Jack Stack. Doubleday. Hardcover. How to make business a game that all
your people can play, and that taps into the universal desire to win
and makes that desire a powerful competitive force. A great book based
on a real experience. Order Now!
Roger Hale & Rita Maehling. Monochrome Press. Hardcover. A
practitioner's guide to the principles of positive reinforcement.
Shows how to build a multidimensional recognition program that
inspires, motivates, and achieves results. The best book ever
published on the subject. Order Now!
Getting to Yes.
Roger Fisher, William Ury and Bruce Patton.
straightforward, universally applicable method for negotiating
personal and professional disputes without getting taken – and
without getting angry.
Roger Fisher and Scott Brown.
Followup to Getting to Yes.
Getting Past No.
William Ury. . Followup to Getting