Implementing a Program for continuous Improvement

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Group I

05 MPM - 253 Modern Trends in Management

  1. Just in Time Ideas: Introduction of JIT Concepts, Difference between Conventional Material Control technique and IIT, Steps in implementing JIT, J.I.T. as a management Kaizen concept, Feasibility of JIT concepts to Indian Industries. (12 Hrs)

  1. Implementing a Program for continuous Improvement: Japanese concept of continuous Improvement. (KAIZEN mean continuous Improvement), Innovation concept of Improvement, Need for continuous improvement, Steps in implementing continuous improvement. (12 Hrs)

  1. Quality Circles: Definition of quality circles, Quality circles as a tool for problem solving, Q.C. as a group oriented KAIZEN. (10 Hrs)

  1. Kanban System: Definition of KANBAN, Difference between PULL & PUSH Systems of Material Control, KANBAN as a Push System, KANBAN as JIT concept. (08 Hrs)

  1. Concurrent Engineering: Definition of Concurrent Engineering. Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA), Concurrent Engineering, Team, Advantages of concurrent Engineering. (10 Hrs)

Reference Books:

  1. Amaldo Hernandez: “Just in Time Manufacturing” PH International.

  2. David Hutehins: “Just in Time – Productivity Process”, Jaco Publications.

  3. Ingle Sord: “Quality Circles”.

05 MMT - 11 Maintenance Engineering & Management

  1. Objectives and functions of Maintenance, Maintenance Strategies. Organization for Maintenance. (08 Hrs)

  1. Failure Statistics: Breakdown time distributions, Poisson, Exponential and Normal distribution. (08 Hrs)

  1. Maintenance Planning: Overhaul and Repair: Meaning and Difference, optimal overhaul/Repair / Replace maintenance policy for equipment subject to breakdown. (10 Hrs)

  1. Replacement Decisions: Optimal interval between preventive replacement of equipment subject to breakdown, group replacement (08 Hrs)

  1. Maintenance Systems: Fixed Time Maintenance, Condition based Maintenance, Operate to Failure, opportunity maintenance, Design out maintenance, total productive maintenance. (08 Hrs)

  1. Inspection Decision: Optimal Inspection frequency (for maximization of profit and minimization of downtime) Non-destructive Inspection, Lubrication program development, CPM and PERT in maintenance, Scheduling techniques, Spare parts Management, Repair cycle, Repair Complexity and Maintenance control Indices. Concept of Terrotechnology. (10 Hrs)

Text Books:

  1. Kelly and M. J. Harris "Management of Industrial Maintenance", Butterworth and Company Limited.

  2. AKS Jardine "Maintenance, Replacement and Reliability", Pitman Publishing.

  3. Joseph D. Pat ton "Preventive Maintenance "Instrument Society of America.

  4. P. Gopala Krishnan and A. K. Banerjee "Maintenance and Spare parts Management".

  5. H. P. Garg "Industrial Maintenance"

  6. Siachi Nakajima "A guide to TPM"

Reference BOOKs:

  1. Stainer "Planet Engineering Hand Book", McGraw Hill.

  2. Lindley R. Higgins "Maintenance Engineering Hand Book",

  3. L.C. Morrow "Maintenance Engineering Hand Book".

05MPD251 Product Planning & Marketing

Chapter 1: Product strategy and planning product and market evolution successful product development. (12 Hrs)

Chapter 2: New product strategy, a proactive new product development process. Market definition and entry strategy. (12 Hrs)

Chapter 3: Consumer measurement, perceptual mapping, consumers perceptions of new existing product. (08 Hrs)

Chapter 4: Product positioning –Preference analysis and benefits segmentation. (08 Hrs)

Chapter 5: Forecasting sales potential. (06 Hrs)

Chapter 6: Launching product and services (06 Hrs)

Text Books:

    1. Design and Marketing of new products -Glen L. Urban. John R. Hauser

    2. Product Planning and Management -William L. Moore & Edgar- A. Pessemier

05MEM143 Industrial Relations

  1. Characteristics of Industrial Labour: Social consumption of Industrial Labour -The Sex component of workers -Emergence of tribal Labour -low level of literacy -heterogeneity of labour class -undifferentiated class character -high rate of absenteeism and turnover -Migratory character -causes of migration - Evil effects migration benefits of migration. (10 Hrs)

  1. Trade Unionism -Meaning and concept -characteristics of TU’s -Functions of TU’s- Principles regulating trade union functions -methods of achieving objectives - Types and structure of TU’s -Trade Union Movement in India -Problems of TU’s -Worker's Education and Training. (08 Hrs)

  1. Industrial Relations: Concepts, Approaches and Organization -HRD in perspective -Special features of Industrial work -Importance of Industrial Relations -Basic facts about IR, Objectives of IR, Scope and Approaches to IR - Evolution of IR (08 Hrs)

  1. Anatomy of Industrial conflict -Industrial conflicts /disputes -definition and essentials of a disputes -causative factors of industrial conflict -Industrial factors -Management attitude towards labour -Government machinery' -other causes. Strikes -forms of strike -Lockouts -Legal and illegal strike -Right to strike -Prevention of strikes. (08 Hrs)

  1. Preventive measures for Industrial Disputes: Labour Welfare Officer a11d Labour Welfare Work -Importance and need -Qualification -Functions and duties -Basic features of Labour welfare work -need- Aims- Approaches- Scope. Tripartite and Bipartile bodies -Standing orders and Grievance procedure -Ethical codes and IR -Wage policy and Wage Regulation Machinery - Workers Participation in Management -collective Bargaining -conciliation – agreement – arbitration – adjudication (10 Hrs)

  1. Labour Legislations: Trade Union Act -the Industrial Employment or Standing Orders Act -the Industrial Disputes Act -payment of Wages Act- Minimum Wages Act -Maternity Benefit Act -Factories Act (08 Hrs)

Reference BOOKs:

  1. Industrial Relations in India -MEMoria -Himalaya Publishing House -New Delhi

  2. Personnel Management and Industrial Relations - Arun Monappa -PHI

05MPM156 Product data management

INTRODUCTION: Introduction to PDM-present market constraints-need for collaboration- Internet and developments in server-client computing. (06 Hrs)

COMPONENTS OF PDM: Components of a typical PDM set-up-hardware and software- document management-creation and viewing of documents -creating parts-version control of parts and documents -case studies. (10 Hrs)

CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT: Base lines-product structure-configuration management -case studies. (06 Hrs)

PROJECTS AND ROLES: creation of projects and roles -life cycle of a product- life cycle management -automating information flow -work flows-Creation of work flow temp1ates-life cycle -work flow integration -case studies. (10 Hrs)

CHANGE MANAGEMENT: Change issue-change request-change investigation- change proposal-change activity-case studies. (08 Hrs)

GENERIC PRODUCTS AND Variants: Products configuration-comparison between sales configuration and products generic-generic product modeling in configuration modeler-use of order generator for variant creation -registering of variants in product register-case studies. (12 Hrs)

Reference BOOKs:

  1. David Bed worth. Mark Henderson & Philips Wolfe, "Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing", McGraw Hill Inc., 1991.

  2. Terry Quatrain "Visual Modeling with Rational Rose and UML", Addison Wesley, 1998.

  3. Wind-chill R5.0 Reference manuals, 2000.
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