THE DILEMMAS OF CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTION DRAFTSMEN AND TRENDS IN SCHEDULING
Abstract: Implementation of integrated management programmes has become some sort of fashion these days. The more expensive the programme is and the more complex modules, the better the position of the company of the market is; the faster the implementation is, the better the management staff a company can gain - this is what became a habitual perception but is this true? The article is to answer the questions the master schedulers encounter to whom the data reach and who are to plan the agenda and tasks related to sales, storing or production in the way that according to the assumptions of logistics dislocation of the goods ensue in the right time, the right amount and the right quality.
The fact is that logistics solutions in the production sphere based on integrated management systems are the chance of
improving competitiveness and increasing demands of clients. The demands posed to production companies nowadays are
high and connected to high risk. Inappropriate plans and forecasts can cause a risk of stock freeze costs. In the same time
failure in performing production orders caused by a shortage of the production materials may be connected to client loss.
How to reconcile it? The thesis is to present the importance of a human factor in proper performance of plans and more
precisely how important in the company a master scheduler is. For a production company the most important a production plan should be and a detailed scheduling to react to any changes in a responsible way.
Keywords: production, production schedule, main schedule, production draftsman
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|| Bejma-Bąk, Izabela. "THE DILEMMAS OF CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTION DRAFTSMEN AND TRENDS IN SCHEDULING." Logforum 3.3 (2007): 2.
||Izabela Bejma-Bąk (2007). THE DILEMMAS OF CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTION DRAFTSMEN AND TRENDS IN SCHEDULING. Logforum 3 (3), 2.
|| BEJMA-BąK, Izabela. THE DILEMMAS OF CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTION DRAFTSMEN AND TRENDS IN SCHEDULING. Logforum, 2007, 3.3: 2.