Behavioral Operations in Planning and Scheduling by Jan C. Fransoo, Toni Waefler, John R. Wilson

By Jan C. Fransoo, Toni Waefler, John R. Wilson

Human and organizational elements have a considerable effect at the functionality of making plans and scheduling methods. regardless of common and complex selection aid platforms, human determination makers are nonetheless an important to enhance the operational functionality in production industries. during this textual content, the state-of-the-art during this quarter is mentioned via specialists from a wide selection of engineering and social technology disciplines. in addition, contemporary effects from collaborative stories and a few box instances are provided. The textual content is focused at researchers and graduate scholars, yet can be relatively valuable for managers, experts, and method builders to raised know the way human functionality will be advanced.

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411–448). London: Taylor & Francis. W€afler, T. (2002). Verteilt koordinierte Autonomie und Kontrolle. Doctoral thesis, Universit€at Z€urich, Z€urich. Zambok, C. , & Klein, G. (1997). Naturalistic decision making. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum. Chapter 3 The Interconnectivity of Planning and Shop Floor: Case Description and Relocation Analysis Cees De Snoo and Wout van Wezel Abstract This chapter provides a detailed description of the planning situation within a manufacturer of office furniture. The description provides much insight into the reality of planning and rescheduling, including the dynamic relation between planning and the shop floor.

Communication behavior and human perceptions regarding changed working conditions and performance have been measured both before and after the relocation. C. De Snoo and W. C. Fransoo et al. 1007/978-3-642-13382-4_3, # Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011 31 32 C. De Snoo and W. van Wezel The chapter is organized as follows. 2 introduces the firm. 3 provides a detailed description of the planning situation. The quasi-experiment is introduced in Sect. 3. 4 presents findings based on a comparison of the results from both the pre-measurement and the post-measurement data.

In B. L. MacCarthy & J. R. ), Human performance in planning and scheduling (pp. 411–448). London: Taylor & Francis. W€afler, T. (2002). Verteilt koordinierte Autonomie und Kontrolle. Doctoral thesis, Universit€at Z€urich, Z€urich. Zambok, C. , & Klein, G. (1997). Naturalistic decision making. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum. Chapter 3 The Interconnectivity of Planning and Shop Floor: Case Description and Relocation Analysis Cees De Snoo and Wout van Wezel Abstract This chapter provides a detailed description of the planning situation within a manufacturer of office furniture.

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