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Manufacturing Strategy. 3rd edn. (Print Copy) by In many industrial companies, strategic developments are predominantly based on corporate marketing decisions with manufacturing being forced to react to these at the back end of process. In Manufacturing Operations Strategy, Hill demonstrates how decisions over manufacturing should form part of the strategic direction of the company as a whole. Written by the leading international figure in the field of manufacturing strategy and thoroughly updated with new case studies and material on the latest thinking in the field, this text provides a wide-ranging, comprehensive study invaluable to students and practitioners alike.
Call Number: 658.5 HIL
Publication Date: 2009-02-10
Statistical Process Control. 6th edn. (Print copy) by Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a tool that measures and achieves quality control, providing managers from a wide range of industries with the ability to take appropriate actions for business success. Offering a complete instructional guide to SPC for professional quality managers and students alike, all the latest tools, techniques and philosophies behind process management and improvement are supported by the author's extensive consulting work with thousands of organisations worldwide. Fully updated to include real-life case studies, new research based on actual client work from an array of industries, a new chapter on process capability, and integration with the latest computer methods and Minitab software, the book also retains its valued textbook quality through clear learning objectives and end of chapter discussion questions. It will serve as a textbook for both student and practicing engineers, scientists, technologists and managers and for anyone wishing to understand or implement modern statistical process control techniques.
Call Number: 658.562
Publication Date: 2007-10-26