Concentrating on earning money out of the supply chain, this book explains ways to effectively manage making business in today's global context. The text checks out how restriction management, with roots in the Theory of Constraints, produces wealth through the advancement of manufacturers' strengths.
Constraint Management in Manufacturing: Optimising the Global Supply Chain is for both practitioners and researchers alike. It is an educational device for anybody teaching operations management and related subjects, and is an important guide for those making every effort to enhance the efficiency of their own business. The text addresses the enhancing need for making techniques that use restriction management and link it to the creative use of brand-new technologies, consisting of the Internet.The text draws
on the author's own experiences implementing restriction management within UK production, using study to highlight the key problems that improve bottom-line efficiency. It analyzes the role of brand-new item advancement, production, distribution, group advancement, and the strategic focus required to turn the supply chain/revenue chain into a true value stream for any business.