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Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning DDMRP Version 3

Author : Carol Ptak
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In the 1950s, a method called Material Requirements Planning (or "MRP") changed the world of manufacturing forever. But times have changed--customer tolerance times are shorter, product variety and complexity has increased, and supply chains have spread around the world. MRP is dramatically failing in this "New Normal." Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP), Version 3 presents a practical, proven, and emerging method for supply chain planning and execution that effectively brings the 1950s concept into the modern era. The foundation of DDMRP is based upon the connection between the creation, protection, and acceleration of the flow of relevant materials and information to drive returns on asset performance in the New Normal. Using an innovative multi-echelon "Position, Protect and Pull" approach, DDMRP helps plan and manage inventories and materials in today's more complex supply scenarios, with attention being paid to ownership, the market, engineering, sales, and the supply base. It enables a company to decouple forecast error from supply order generation and build in line to actual market requirements, and promotes better and quicker decisions and actions at the planning and execution level. DDMRP is already in use by MAJOR Global 1000 companies. This book is THE definitive work on DDMRP, and will be required as courseware for all those taking the Certified Demand Driven Planner (CDDP) Program. New Features in Version 3 Full color, with the use in specific, consistent, and focused ways to clearly and effectively highlight planning, execution, and model reconfiguration priorities. Expanded Appendix E, looking at the most recent innovations of DDMRP. Revised graphics scattered throughout the book.

Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning DDMRP

Author : Carol A. Ptak
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In the 1950s, a planning method was conceived called "Material Requirements Planning (or MRP)." MRP changed the world of manufacturing forever. But times have changed--customer tolerance times are much shorter, product variety and complexity has increased, and supply chains have spread around the world. MRP is dramatically failing in this "New Normal." Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is a practical, proven, and emerging method for supply chain planning and execution that effectively brings the 1950s concept into the modern era. The foundation of DDMRP is based upon the connection between the creation, protection, and acceleration of the flow of relevant materials and information to drive returns on asset performance. Using an innovative multi-echelon "Position, Protect, and Pull" methodology, DDMRP helps plan and manage inventories and materials in today's more complex supply scenarios, with attention being paid to ownership, the market, engineering, sales, and the supply base. This method enables a company to decouple forecast error from supply order generation and build in line to actual market requirements, and promotes better and quicker decisions and actions at the planning and execution level. DDMRP is already in use by MAJOR Global 1000 companies. Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning is THE definitive work on DDMRP, and will be required as courseware for all those taking the Certified Demand Driven Planner (CDDP) Program. Features THE authoritative work on the emerging DDMRP methodology. Provides a clear, concise, and compelling explanation of the breakdown of conventional planning systems. Includes immersive and extensive examples that bring DDMRP to life across multiple industries, including vertically integrated supply chains, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), heavy fabrication and assembly, and retail and wholesale distribution. Features over 300 graphical figures. Ptak and Smith are world renowned leaders in the fields of MRP, Theory of Contraints (TOC), Quality Improvement, and Supply Chain Management.

Orlicky s Material Requirements Planning Third Edition

Author : Carol Ptak
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The classic MRP work up-to-date with new information on supply chain synchronization Thoroughly revised, Orlicky’s Material Requirements Planning, Third Edition reviews the poor business results embedded in most of today’s business systems; discusses the core problems causing the results; presents and discusses an alternative pull structure for planning and controlling materials flow; and presents initial results from actual implementations. This new edition reveals the next evolutionary step for materials and supply chain synchronization in the modern manufacturing landscape. This update describes: A solution to a chronic MRP-related problem that plagues many manufacturers: shortages of materials, components that block the smooth flow of work through the plant A competitive edge through strategic lead time reductions Significant reductions in total inventory investment Significant increases in service levels This new edition helps companies tackle three pervasive problems: unacceptable inventory performance; unacceptable service level performance; and high related expenses and waste. New to This Edition: New section on manufacturing as the heart of the supply chain management, and specific challenges in the 21st century Covers supply chain management (SCM) and distribution requirements planning (DRP) Discusses the impact of Lean and the Toyota Production System Update of integration software Reviews the emergence of demand-driven strategies and the MRP “conflict” Introduces the new concept of ASR (Actively Synchronized Replenishment) and explains how to incorporate it into business processes Explains positioning and how Six Sigma can help achieve results In-depth discussion of buffers – how to size, maintain, and adjust them New chapter on using MRP tools across the supply chain to enable pull-based approaches New case studies which illustrating the techniques described in the book Comprehensive coverage: The Whole and Its Parts; Manufacturing as a Process; Inventory Management; Prerequisites of MRP 3.0; Traditional Methodology; MRP Logic; Keeping MRP Up to Date; Lot Sizing and Safety Stock; Data Requirements and Management; MRP 3.0; Traditional MRP in Today’s Environment; MRP 3.0 Component 1—Strategic Inventory Positioning; Component 2—Buffer Level Profiling; Component 3—Dynamic Buffer Maintenance; Component 4—Pull-Based Demand Generation; Component 5—Highly Visible and Collaborative Execution; Dynamic Buffer Level Profiling; ASR Demand Generation; Applications; Developing Valid Inputs; Making Outputs Useful; Demand Driven Philosophies and MRP; Engineer to Order Environments; Lessons of the Past; Present State; The Future of MRP 3.0

Challenging the Demand Driven MRP Promises

Author : Romain Miclo
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The main Supply Chain current issues concern the adaptation to unstable environments. Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is a recent and promising material management method that is designed to tackle these current issues. The research work details and classifies DDMRP compared to the other material management methods known. The goal of this work is to challenge the main DDMRP promises. This is why a design of experiments was realised on a case study in order to assess MRP II, Kanban and DDMRP behaviours with different variability sources. The DDMRP buffer sizing is a major issue. It was dealt with an optimisation work on a case study. All the contributions were experimented with a DDMRP implementation on a real case. The research work enables several DDMRP advantages to be validated, such as the system adjustment to different variability sources, however this work also allows research perspectives to be underlined.

Demand Driven Supply Chain Management

Author : Simon Eagle
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Many manufacturing and distribution companies are moving from the traditional 'forecast push MRP' to demand-driven supply chain management (SCM). Demand-driven SCM is an 'end-to-end' supply chain planning and replenishment process that enables companies to achieve their planned service levels from up to half the average level of inventory and requiring significantly less throughput capacity - irrespective of the level of demand volatility or lead-time length. Demand-Driven Supply Chain Management is the go-to source for industry supply chain/operations executives and students. It describes the 'what, how and why' of the demand-driven SCM process. The key themes in the book are: what is demand-driven? why is demand-driven so effective? how to operate a demand-driven supply chain? and how to adopt the demand-driven process in your company? Readers can quickly grasp the essential concepts from one of numerous self-contained sections that present the book's key concepts from different perspectives. Online resources available include full-colour figures.

Demand Driven Performance

Author : Debra Smith
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"Learn how to implement demand driven metrics for vast improvement in measuring performance.Demand Driven Performance details why the outdated forms of measurement are inappropriate for current circumstances and reveals an elegant set of global and localmetrics to fit today's demand driven world. The book shows how to minimize the organizational and supply chain conflicts that impede flow, and eventually, corporate success.Metrics are used to create a benchmark for measuring improvement and to identify and focus on those improvements that are most needed, and that have the highest ROI. However, the world has fundamentally changed in terms of delivering value and driving strong financial performance and growth. The continued use of outdated metrics is driving companies in the wrong direction giving them false signals, putting their personnel into conflict at all levels of the organization, and also wreaking havoc in the supply chain. This book offers solutions to remedy these issues. Defines a new demand driven approach for measuring total organizational performance and the corresponding local metrics that integrate with those measures Advocates a systems approach to measuring improvement, and shows how conventional metrics are no longer appropriate Focuses on reliability, stability, speed/velocity, strategic contribution, local operating expense, and local improvement waste A case study demonstrates the processes in the book and provides you with the technology and tools needed to achieve a demand driven system "--

Advances in Integrated Design and Production

Author : Abdelmjid Saka
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This book reports on innovative concepts and practical solutions at the intersection between engineering design, engineering production and industrial management. It covers cutting-edge design, modeling and control of dynamic and multiphysics systems, knowledge management systems in industry 4.0, cyber-physical production systems, additive and sustainable manufacturing and many other related topics. The original, carefully selected, peer-reviewed chapters highlight collaborative works between different countries and between industry and universities, thus offering a timely snapshot for the research and industrial communities alike, as well as a bridge to facilitate communication and collaboration.

Advances in Production Management Systems Artificial Intelligence for Sustainable and Resilient Production Systems

Author : Alexandre Dolgui
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The five-volume set IFIP AICT 630, 631, 632, 633, and 634 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International IFIP WG 5.7 Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems, APMS 2021, held in Nantes, France, in September 2021.* The 378 papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 529 submissions. They discuss artificial intelligence techniques, decision aid and new and renewed paradigms for sustainable and resilient production systems at four-wall factory and value chain levels. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: Part I: artificial intelligence based optimization techniques for demand-driven manufacturing; hybrid approaches for production planning and scheduling; intelligent systems for manufacturing planning and control in the industry 4.0; learning and robust decision support systems for agile manufacturing environments; low-code and model-driven engineering for production system; meta-heuristics and optimization techniques for energy-oriented manufacturing systems; metaheuristics for production systems; modern analytics and new AI-based smart techniques for replenishment and production planning under uncertainty; system identification for manufacturing control applications; and the future of lean thinking and practice Part II: digital transformation of SME manufacturers: the crucial role of standard; digital transformations towards supply chain resiliency; engineering of smart-product-service-systems of the future; lean and Six Sigma in services healthcare; new trends and challenges in reconfigurable, flexible or agile production system; production management in food supply chains; and sustainability in production planning and lot-sizing Part III: autonomous robots in delivery logistics; digital transformation approaches in production management; finance-driven supply chain; gastronomic service system design; modern scheduling and applications in industry 4.0; recent advances in sustainable manufacturing; regular session: green production and circularity concepts; regular session: improvement models and methods for green and innovative systems; regular session: supply chain and routing management; regular session: robotics and human aspects; regular session: classification and data management methods; smart supply chain and production in society 5.0 era; and supply chain risk management under coronavirus Part IV: AI for resilience in global supply chain networks in the context of pandemic disruptions; blockchain in the operations and supply chain management; data-based services as key enablers for smart products, manufacturing and assembly; data-driven methods for supply chain optimization; digital twins based on systems engineering and semantic modeling; digital twins in companies first developments and future challenges; human-centered artificial intelligence in smart manufacturing for the operator 4.0; operations management in engineer-to-order manufacturing; product and asset life cycle management for smart and sustainable manufacturing systems; robotics technologies for control, smart manufacturing and logistics; serious games analytics: improving games and learning support; smart and sustainable production and supply chains; smart methods and techniques for sustainable supply chain management; the new digital lean manufacturing paradigm; and the role of emerging technologies in disaster relief operations: lessons from COVID-19 Part V: data-driven platforms and applications in production and logistics: digital twins and AI for sustainability; regular session: new approaches for routing problem solving; regular session: improvement of design and operation of manufacturing systems; regular session: crossdock and transportation issues; regular session: maintenance improvement and lifecycle management; regular session: additive manufacturing and mass customization; regular session: frameworks and conceptual modelling for systems and services efficiency; regular session: optimization of production and transportation systems; regular session: optimization of supply chain agility and reconfigurability; regular session: advanced modelling approaches; regular session: simulation and optimization of systems performances; regular session: AI-based approaches for quality and performance improvement of production systems; and regular session: risk and performance management of supply chains *The conference was held online.

Supply Chain for Startups

Author : Jonathan Biddle
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Creating, launching, and scaling a product is one of the hardest things a person can do. As many entrepreneurs know all too well, creating a great product is only half the battle. You can engineer a brilliant product, design it for manufacturing, and engage millions of interested customers, but if you don’t design your supply chain well, they will never receive it. A great supply chain is as essential to a startup as good design, engineering, and marketing. In this book, you’ll learn how to design a supply chain out of nothing and scale it efficiently and effectively. Unlike many books on supply chain, you’ll find targeted supply chain advice for entrepreneurs, not a jargon-filled textbook. You’ll discover the threads that run through the supply chain of every successful startup and how to apply them to your company. This book is your essential guide to building and launching your product and supply chain right the first time.

DDMRP

Author : Lucas Meinzel
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Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is a new solution of stock management and master production scheduling invented in the years 2010s. It is constructed on the main principles of Material Requirements Planning (MRP), Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP), Lean Manufacturing, Theory of Constraint (TOC) and Six Sigma. It is based on four actions: position, protect, pull and adapt. Position the buffer at the strategic points, protect them with stock and decoupled lead time, pull the demand when the buffers need it and adapt to the evolution of the environment. DDMRP allows the purchase team to prioritize their work thanks to a three color-code management (green, yellow and red) based on a net flow equation that includes the stock on-hand, the supplies on-going and the future spikes of demand that might harm the buffer. The objective of this master thesis is to present the method, describe the five steps of implementation and discuss its benefits and limitations.