Best Reference Books – Advance Production Planning and Inventory Control

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Production Planning and Inventory Control subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Production Planning and Inventory Control along with reviews.

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1. “Production and Inventory Control: Theory and Practice” by R N Van Hees and W Monhemius

2. “Production Planning and Inventory Control” by Narasimhan and Seetharama L

“Production Planning and Inventory Control” Book Review: This book is based on the essentials of manufacturing, planning and control. It illustrates numerous examples and describes how to utilize the manufacturing resources of an organization in the most simple and efficient manner. The textbook focuses on materials management, inventory control, and activities related to planning and control. This book provides a comprehensive overview about the introduction of the subject. It covers numerous topics including Basic Inventory Systems. Multi-Item Joint Replacement. Inventory Systems Under Risk. Aggregate Inventory Management. Distribution Inventory Management.

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3. “Fundamentals of Production Planning and Control” by Stephen N Chapman

“Fundamentals of Production Planning and Control” Book Review: This book is focused on planning and control It answers the question” what section of operation management do we require to know?” The book more focuses on basic principles, such as the development and application software solutions, inventory management, and lean production concepts. It covers main topics including forecasting, sales and operations, scheduling, material requirements, capacity management, production control, “partnering” activities, and system integration. This is a perfect textbook for operation managers, production control workers, inventory control employees, and those involved in supply chain, logistics, and materials management.

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4. “Inventory Management: Advanced Methods for Managing Inventory within Business Systems” by Geoff Relph and Catherine Milner

“Inventory Management: Advanced Methods for Managing Inventory within Business Systems” Book Review: This book is designed for practitioners, supply chain managers, and operations and manufacturing experts. It provides a stepwise approach on how to achieve the important link between the budgets’s decision and the detail level. Looking beyond the complex theory of inventory management, the book more concentrates on the most important decisions managers need to make when managing inventory. It also explains how inventory management should work, how to control it, and how to balance it, through their use of revolutionary k-curve methodology. It includes numerous case studies from various industries such as supermarkets and aerospace.

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5. “Hierarchical Operations and Supply Chain Planning (Advanced Manufacturing)” by Tan C Miller

“Hierarchical Operations and Supply Chain Planning (Advanced Manufacturing)” Book Review: This book explains the various applications of hierarchical planning techniques to all major functional areas of supply chain planning, including production, distribution, warehousing, transportation, inventory management, forecasting and performance management. It illustrates different original hierarchical production planning techniques, implementations dating back several decades, latest hierarchical planning methods and numerous applications covering an array of supply chain activities. This book is designed for the interests of private industry practitioners, academic researchers, and graduate students of operations, logistics, and supply chain management and planning.

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6. “Advanced Supply Chain Management: How to Build a Sustained Competitive Advantage” by Poirier

7. “Introduction to Operations Research” by Aarti Kamboj

“Introduction to Operations Research” Book Review: The book is designed as a textbook for a basic course on operational research. Each chapter starts with a simple statement of pertinent definitions and basic principles together with effective and efficient descriptive material. The book included numerous sets of solved examples from various fields. Almost every problem presents a new concept. In addition, it provides chapter end problems to test the understanding of the subject. The book is useful for engineering students to clear basic concepts. It covers topics including basics of operational research, linear programming, dynamic programming, inventory models, theory of games and simulation.

8. “Inventory Control (International Series in Operations Research and Management Science)” by Sven Axsäter

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“Inventory Control (International Series in Operations Research and Management Science)” Book Review: The third edition of the book is fully revised and includes improved and updated explanations. It is designed as a core textbook as well as a reference book for industry researchers. It explains traditional approaches for forecasting, lot sizing, determination of safety stocks and reorder points, KANBAN policies and Material Requirements Planning. It also covers current advances in inventory theory, for example, new techniques for multi-echelon inventory systems and Roundy’s 98% approximation. The book also illustrates different methods for coordinated replenishments of different items, and various practical problems in connection with industrial implementation. It also has numerous problems with solutions and hints in an appendix.

9. “Inventory Control: Models and Methods (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” by Dieter Bartmann and Martin F Bach

“Inventory Control: Models and Methods (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” Book Review: This book is specially relevant for compute-based stock management. It explains how modern inventory control can be rationally structured with the help of operational research. The book more focuses on the necessary mathematical derivations which are completely explained in detail in the book so that the student can wisely handle a given situation with the help of methods learned in this book. It also illustrates thoroughly about different models, numerical methods and suitable algorithms to clear every concept.

10. “Production and Inventory Control Handbook” by James H Greene

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