• October 31st, 2015

Products and process design

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summarize chapter 8, 9, 10, and 11

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please use the following as additional references:

Zhi-Long Chen and George L. Vairaktarakis (2005) Integrated Scheduling of
Production and Distribution Operations, Management Science, 51(4), pp. 614-628

9. Thomas W. Ferratt, Sanjay Ahire and Prabuddha De (2006) Achieving Success
in Large Projects: Implications from a Study of ERP Implementations, Interfaces,
36(5), pp. 458-469.

3. Saif Benjaafar, William L. Cooper and Joon-Seok KimSource (2005) On the
Benefits of Pooling in Production-Inventory Management Science, 51(4), pp. 548-
565.
10. Stephen C. Graves and Sean P. Willems (2005) Optimizing the Supply Chain
Configuration for New Products, Management Science, 51(8), pp. 1165-1180.
11. Stephen C. Graves and Brian T. Tomlin (2003) Process Flexibility in Supply
Chains Management Science, 49(7), pp. 907-919.
12. J. Gregory (2007) Target Setting, Lean Systems and Viable Systems: A
Systems Perspective on Control andPerformance Measurement, The Journal of
the Operational Research Society, 58(11), pp. 1503-1517.
15. Suleyman Karabuk and S. David Wu (2003) Coordinating Strategic Capacity
Planning in the Semiconductor Industry, Operations Research, 51(6), pp. 839-
16. Burak Kazaz, Maqbool Dada and Herbert Moskowitz (2005) Global Production
Planning under Exchange-Rate Uncertainty, Management Science, 51(7), pp.
1101-1119.
27. Kaijie Zhu, Rachel Q. Zhang and Fugee Tsung (2007) Pushing Quality
Improvement along Supply Chains, Management Science, 53(3), pp. 421-436.

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