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The first six chapters of Introduction to Materials Management cover the basics of sixth edition, including members of the APICS Basics of Supply Chain. Introduction to Materials Management SIXTH EDITIONJ. R. Tony Arnold, P.E., CFPIM, CIRM Fleming College, EmeritusSte. Introduction to Materials Management, 6th Edition. J. R. Tony Arnold, Fleming College. Stephen N. Chapman, North Carolina State University, Chapel Hill.
Capacity Management Chapter 6: On-line Supplement. Product details Hardcover Publisher: Share a link to All Resources. I found this just like any other boring textbook you read in college.
There is not a whole lot of fluff and it is packed with solid material with uncomplicated logic and reasoning. As someone who is efficient with my finances and my planning methods I opted for an older edition of this book to save on costs.
With few exceptions is there value in paying substantially more for a newer edition that does not have substantive changes.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. So far I'm very impressed with this book. Have been meaning to purchase it for a while, but just wasn't sure of the price tag.
That made me a little bit on the side of if I don't have time to read it then it's a big waste of money. So far it's a very informative read. My experience is in logistics and supply chain and have worked in other countries besides the US, so having a plain English book detailing terminology has filled in some blanks.
My only gripe about this book is that it's the Kindle version, yet it doesn't adjust font size like most kindle books. So you are left with pinching or spreading to adjust the size of each page. Other features such as dictionary pop up and highlight, etc all work fine. Just wish that I could adjust the font size so I could read it more easily on my 8" tablet in portrait mode. Using it landscape mode the letters are more easily read, but for me the half page view is just a little annoying.
From the other reviewer, I haven't come across what they were saying.
I flipped through the book a great deal trying to find it but can't seem to. Hopefully it just has to do with the reader you use because so far mine all seem to work fine with Kindle books. This is a really well organized and well written textbook. I use it for self study and every topic is explained well, not too much in depth but just enough for me to understand the basic concepts there.
I studied this book and took detailed notes in 2 months and passed BSM scoring I take 1 star off for not having a chapter about Distribution Planning, and for not having answers on a lot of the after chapter problems.
Adding these will make this book perfect. Tony Arnold, Stephen N. Chapman, and Lloyd M. This is a very thorough textbook, discussing materials management.
The sixteen in-depth chapters include: There is an abundant amount of charts, graphs, and diagrams to illustrate key points in the text. At the end of every chapter there is a summary, key terms section with page numbers to the terms in the text, questions, and problems.
There is an index at the back of the book.
Bound in a durable, glossy, hardcover, this textbook is a great resource and learning tool for upper division college courses, focusing on introductory materials management. This is especially helpful for people working in Information Technology who would like to understand larger scope of business.
Tremendously helped me in clearing my Cpim bscm test This book explain the concepts in much more easier and elaborated way Recommend this book if you are pursuing Cpim. Some of the questions and answers weren't The book was really informative and a good read.
Some of the questions and answers weren't correct but my teacher guided me in the right direction. I found this just like any other boring textbook you read in college. One person found this helpful. See all 61 reviews. State University. Prior to his academic career, Steve held several positions in industry.
He has significant industrial experience, with positions including inventory analyst, inventory control supervisor, manager of manufacturing systems, production control manager, and materials manager. He is also a veteran of the U. Steve has published several articles in professional journals during the last several years, and is co-author of the books Introduction to Materials Management and Introduction to Materials Management Casebook.
He is also the sole author of the book Fundamentals of Production Planning and Control. Steve has been actively involved in consulting his entire academic career, including several long-term consulting engagements with numerous companies, including small and large companies as well as both service and manufacturing industries. Lloyd M Clive P. He currently serves as the Coordinator Materials Management and Distribution at Fleming College with over 20 years of teaching experience, specializing in the area of Production and Inventory Management.
He is an active member of APICS since and has served on both local and regional boards for most of that time. He has presented various topics in Canada, the United States and Jamaica including 3 International Conferences and numerous regional conferences. We're sorry! We don't recognize your username or password. Please try again. The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.
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Introduction to Materials Management, 6th Edition. Clive, Fleming College. Description For courses in Materials Management, Production and Inventory Control, and Logistics taught in business and industrial technology departments of community colleges and universities.
Preface Preface is available for download in PDF format. Provides users with a good working-knowledge of production and inventory procedures used in industry, while preparing them with the vocabulary for efficient on-the-job communication. New to This Edition.
Expanded Content on the Theory of Constraints. Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction to Materials Management Chapter 2: Production Planning System Chapter 3: Master Scheduling Chapter 4: Material Requirements Planning Chapter 5: Capacity Management Chapter 6: Production Activity Control Chapter 7: Purchasing Chapter 8: Forecasting Chapter 9: Inventory Fundamentals Chapter Order Quantities Chapter