CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BOMBAY

WORKSHOP ON
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
 Date : May 2729, 2006
Time : 9.00 AM To 6.00 PM
--:: PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT FOR EXCELLENCE ::--

Production systems play a very important role in achieving organizational excellence. But the lack of proper planning, co-ordination and control often affects the capabilities of these systems because of which these systems are not utilized fully and effectively leading to many undesirable situations forcing many organizations to become less competitive. A number of organizations worldwide have achieved and sustained excellence by effective production management.

--:: WHAT IS EFFECTIVE PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT? ::--

 Effective production management involves understanding of the characteristics of various types of production systems, identification of the dynamics of the different phases of the management process, realizing the potential of different analytical tools, learning the nuances of the implementation of these tools, visualizing the impact of various uncertain situations and developing the ability to react under various scenarios to achieve consistently excellent business results. There are evidences to show how a number of organizations achieved world class status by effective management of their production systems. These organizations achieved superior quality, higher productivity, perfect delivery performance, overall customer satisfaction and enterprise excellence all with lower cost.
--:: KEY CONCEPTS COVERED ::--
What are the virtues of a world class company ?
How to achieve enterprise excellence by managing production systems ?
What are the managerial issues in Assembly Lines, Batch production, Job production, Heavy fabrication, Cellular manufacturing and JIT ?
How and when of preplanning involving Forecasting, Economic analysis, Capacity planning, Inventory planning, Cell formation and Layout planning ?
How and why of operations planning and control by Order processing, Lot sizing, Production scheduling, MRP and Line of Balance (LOB).
How to prepare a road map to become a world class manufacturing company using the concepts of Agile Manufacturing, Lean Manufacturing and Quick Response Manufacturing.
How to make use of the recently developed IT based tools including Simulation, ERP, EPM and Balance Score Card ?
--:: FOCUS OF THE WORKSHOP ::--
  This workshop will cover important issues related to What, Why and How of Production Management. The participants will be trained to identify the basic problems in industries involved in production of goods, understand various approaches available to analyze these problems, learn various solution procedures for these problems, handle real life situations with confidence and adjust to future changes in production systems. It would be endeavored to enhance their confidence through practice sessions comprising of exercises and cases of different success stories, addressing issues related to how to reduce cost , improve quality, enhance delivery reliability and improve all round productivity performance effectively.
--:: PROGRAM OVERVIEW ::--
MAY 27, 2006
MAY 28, 2006
MAY 29, 2006
09.00 AM Registration

09.15 AM Inauguration

 

 

 
PRE LUNCH SESSION
PRE LUNCH SESSION
PRE LUNCH SESSION
SESSION 1
Effective production management for organizational excellence

SESSION 2
Design and Operation of Assembly Lines

SESSION 6
Inventory management : Tools kit


SESSION 7

Inventory management : Tools kit

SESSION 11
Production scheduling and control

SESSION 12
Application of Theory of Constraints
POST LUNCH SESSION
POST LUNCH SESSION
POST LUNCH SESSION
SESSION 3
Design and Operation of Cellular manufacturing systems

SESSION 4
Design and Operation of JIT/Kanban systems

SESSION 5
Sharing Experience – Indian Industry

SESSION 8
Methods and Application of Simulation

SESSION 9
Methods and Application of Materials Requirement Planning (MRP)


SESSION 10

Sharing Experience – Indian Industry
SESSION 13
Production scheduling and control : Tools kit

SESSION 14
Products of IT based systems : Demonstration

SESSION 15
Roadmap to Lean, Agile and Quick Response Manufacturing Systems

--:: FACULTY ::--
Dr. A. Subash Babu, Professor, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, IIT Bombay, has considerable experience in teaching, research and conducting training programmes in areas related to enterprise management. He is supported by various experts from industry and academia.
Dr.K.N Nandurkar
Mr. A.U. Rehman
Mr. Sandeep Nair
Principal , KKWCE, Nashik.
Faculty , Mumbai University
M. D., Emerson Network Power Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Vishnu A.S  
Mr. M.R Ramasamy
Mr. Suresh Menon
Business Analyst
 Direction Software solution.
Director, Manufacturing & Technology Essel Propack.
Head Business Development Direction Software solution.
--:: VENUE ::--
Conference Hall, Guest House,
IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai - 400 076
--:: REGISTRATION FORM ::--
REGISTRATION FEE : RS. 8000 /- PER DELEGATE
( 10 % discount for organizations sponsoring 3 or more delegates )
The fee includes Course Material, Tea and working lunch during the course days.
 Kindly note that no income tax is to be deducted at source from the course fee payments as IIT Bombay is exempt from the same.
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The Payment Should Reach Us Before 21/05/2006.
(Fees are non refundable, however, change in nomination, in case of delegates, is acceptable)

( NOTE : Guest House facility is not available.)

 

 
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CNC TIMES

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