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International Supply Chain Management – Bsb20123-7

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  • 5M: Humans, machines, material, method, measurement
  • ABC analysis : is primarily used to determine quantity/value ratios for item.
  • Aixperanto: Method for targeted process analysis and design.
  • Andon board:  A display that indicates production status.[pic 1]
  • Andon: tool for sending information in case of arising problems.
  • Apriori Algorithm:  (Diagnostic Analytics):

  • ARIS: Architecture of integrated Information Systems. : Approach to enterprise modeling.
  • Attribute: describes a specific feature of a product.
  • Autonomation: is a process that has been designed to enable the quick detection of production problems and to resolve them decisively.
  • BPR: business process re-engineering
  • Characteristic: describes the specific properties of a product that can be assigned to an attribute.
  • CIMOSA: Computer Integrated Manufacturing open system Architecture: A framework architecture for open CIM systems, which supports both providers and users with the organization and realization of business process.
  • CIP : Continous Improvement Process
  • CPS: Cyber Physical systems.
  • CTM Kanban: Customer traced management.
  • Cycle Time: is defined as the total available time for production divided by the total customer demand for that period.
  • Design of product architecture: The design of the product architecture in consideration of the internal and external

 design options.

  • Determination of capacity requirements : required assembly time / capacity per employee .
  • Determining the number of Kanban Boxes :

[pic 2]

  • EFQM: European Foundation for QM
  • EPC: Event driven Process Chains.[pic 3]
  • EQA: European Quality award.
  • ETL: Extract Transform Load[pic 4]
  • Exponential Smoothing: (Predictive Analysis): Is a method to derive forecasts from historical data =
  • FIFO- First in first out
  • Fixation: the coupling of equal excerpts of a product structure from different product families.
  • Frontloading: Increased efforts in the early stages of the innovation process.
  • Function Performs: a specific task and represents a discrete connection between input and output variables. A function may consist of several sub functions, which, in their totality, realize the primary and secondary functions.
  • Heijunka : Production smoothing/ leveled production.
  • Ideal number of modules: number of modules= rd(square Root(number of assembly operations ))
  • Innovation management: The task of the innovation management is to systematically plan, control and monitor the inner company transformation of ideas into innovations.
  • Jidoka: Also autonomation man less machine operation.
  • Lean thinking: means establishing customer values without any waste on the basis of five principles. Customer value, value stream, flow, pull, perfection.
  •  Market Pull: The innovation activities are inducted by the customers demand. His wishes are authoritative.
  • Material Planning : incorporates the functions of requirement planning order quantity calculation.
  • MFD : Modular function deployment : is a structured method to define the optimal modular product design.
  • MIM: Module Indication Matrix        
  • OLAP: Online Analytical Processing
  • Operations control : Operations control includes the arrangement for the monitoring and guaranteeing of quantity, capacity, deadlines, quality and cost.
  • PEP: Product Emergence Process
  • Platform structure Characterized by a bundle of shared components, interfaces and functions. It is stable over the time.
  • Process Reconstruction: It is the visualization of the procedures, of the strengths and weak points, in order to establish a sustainable will of change within the company as well as to identify measures for improvement.
  • Production Smoothing: means to reduce the variance of material requirements in a production line as far as possible.
  • SMART : Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time based.
  • SMED: Single Minute Exchange of Die.
  • SMI: Supplier Managed Inventory : the supplier has access to the inventory and demand data for the customer.
  • Solution space: The solution space describes the totality of all remaining possible solutions.
  • Taylorism: Prescribing time saving movements of assembly line workers, but as well as the replacement of human labor by machines in order to achieve ultimately increasing productivity.
  •  Technology Push: Innovations are triggered by the company’s technology potential. What this potential enables is authoritative. The customer’s wishes are irrelevant.
  • TPS: Toyota Production Systems.
  • Value stream design: is the central tool for operational improvements in production.
  • Value stream mapping: is a simple and effective method for determining today’s operational situation as well as analyzing included processes.
  • Variant: a variant of a product emerges from a specific combination of different characteristics of the product attributes.
  • WFM systems: Work flow Mgt systems.
  • WIP: Work in Process
  • XYZ analysis : focuses on the predictability of the demand.


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