Best Reference Books – Inventory Control and Management Systems

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

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Inventory Control and Management Systems subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Inventory Control and Management Systems" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Production and Inventory Management” by A C Hax and D Candea
2. “Just in Time Manufacturing” by M G Korgaonker

“Just in Time Manufacturing” Book Review: The book covers introduction, various elements, key concepts and theory of ‘Just in Time’ philosophy. The applications of JIT manufacturing in industries and organizations are discussed in this book. The topics like Toyota Production System, Global Implementation of JIT, Features of Case Applications, JIT Implementation Surveys, Design, Development and Management of JIT Manufacturing Systems: Analysis of Important Issues, Supply Management for JIT, Framework for Implementation of JIT, Theoretical Research in Just-in-Time Systems, Automotive, Electronics, Computers, Telecommunications and Instrumentation Industries, Seasonal Demand Industries, and Service and Administrative Operations are thoroughly explained. The book will be useful for practicing professionals along with the postgraduate and research students in management institutions and IITs.

3. “Manufacturing Systems Analysis With Application to Production Scheduling” by M Baudin
4. “Inventory Control” by S F Love
5. “Inventory Control System in the Hospitality Industry” by Tea Imenkoviaa
6. “Inventory Control System and Storage Area” by Tsegaye Agere Kibret
7. “Dynamic Control of Quality in Production-Inventory Systems: Coordination and Optimization” by David D Yao and Shaohui Zheng

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“Dynamic Control of Quality in Production-Inventory Systems: Coordination and Optimization” Book Review: The book presents quality management from a modern point-of-view. In this piece of writing, the contemporary mathematical tool set is used for solving quality control problems. It develops a set of dynamic approaches characterized by coordination. The book explains a basic methodology called Markov decision programming in detail.

8. “Inventory Control Systems for National Health Laboratory Services” by Nojiyeza Innocent Simphiwe

“Inventory Control Systems for National Health Laboratory Services” Book Review: The book gives information about the management systems that laboratories can use in order to increase their operational efficiency and effectiveness. The models like inter alia, min-max system, build to order, build to stock, ABC analysis, vendor managed inventory (VMI), electronic data interchange (EDI), automatic pipeline inventory and order based production control system (APIOBPCS), and stochastic inventory systems and genetic algorithm that can be used to maximize the operational efficiency are discussed in this text. The book features many case studies and examples.

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9. “Inventory Management: Advanced Methods for Managing Inventory within Business Systems” by Geoff Relph

“Inventory Management: Advanced Methods for Managing Inventory within Business Systems” Book Review: The book features both basic and advanced inventory management tools and techniques. It highlights working, controlling, and balancing of inventory management through many techniques and k-curve methodology. The practical aspects of inventory management are discussed in this book, along with vast theory. It contains case studies from various industries and many figures to explain the given topics. The book also features a bonus chapter about the supporting materials. The book will be helpful for the students, professionals and the business owners for enhancing their inventory planning.

10. “Inventory Control in Manufacturing: A Basic Introduction” by Louis Bevoc

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“Inventory Control in Manufacturing: A Basic Introduction” Book Review: The book is well-structured, informational, and precise text which will be useful for students and professionals related to inventory control. It starts with a definition of inventory control and the major goals of inventory control programs. Moving forward, the available methods for performing inventory control tasks are mentioned along with the systems used for reordering raw materials and finished products. The chapters explaining management responsibilities and the techniques used to improve inventory control programs are included in this book. The text is educational and, and it is written for easy reader understanding at all levels.

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