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  • Riordan Manufacturing Inc.
    Management Review
    1
    By: B. Dresen, J. Jimenez, J. Gracia, D. Kirkland
  • Contents
    Overview
    Human Resources
    Human Resources Information Systems
    Recommendations
    Legal
    Employee
    Production
    Non Production
    Suggestions
    Operations and Logistics
    Systems
    Recommendations
    2
  • Overview
    Plastic Injection molding Industry leader.
    Employs 550 people globally.
    Locations in USA (GA, MI, CA) and China (Hangzhou).
    Projected annual sales of $46 million.
    3
  • HumanResources Information Systems (Current)
    Excel based, only one person can access file at a time.
    Information manually input.
    Data changes are submitted by writing.
    Different people keep the system up to date.
    No data backup system and no security.
    No central location for information
    4
  • Human Resources Information Systems (Recommendation)
    Implement PeopleSoft
    Positive ROI due to efficiency.
    Can integrate with Financials, CRM, HR.
    Allows organized and traceable information.
    Secured: Multi level access and roles
    Implement globally integrating whole organization.
    Centralized data location.
    Digital information.
    5
  • Legal
    Business requires strategic risk assessment management tactics.
    Laws affecting company’s
    Assets
    People
    Money
    Monitor and react to changing laws.
    Production
    Non-production
    Employee
    6
  • Legal: Employee
    U.S. and China laws are different.
    Laws
    Wages
    Work safety
    Equal opportunity
    Authorities
    Department of Labor (DOL)
    Occupational Safety and Health Administrations (OSHA)
    7
  • Legal: Production
    U.S. Customs Law regulate
    Import / Export
    Procedures
    Penalties
    Tariff statutes
    Product litigation
    Defects
    Personal injury
    8
  • Legal: Non-production
    Monopoly laws regulate
    Trade and commerce
    Quality goods at reasonable prices
    Environmental protection laws
    Vary from country to country.
    Consumer laws
    Intellectual property
    Other: Criminal, tort, contract, tax.
    9
  • Legal: Suggestion
    Current law and regulation awareness
    Local and from the countries they do business
    Employee rights
    Product laws
    International laws
    Review current systems to comply with legislations
    10
  • Operations and Logistics
    Formed by:
    Product Development
    Detail engineering
    Market analysis
    New products
    Quality
    Comply to standards
    Quality assurance
    Logistics
    Product schedule
    Shipping and receiving
    Freights
    11
  • Operations and Logistics: Systems
    Inventory System
    Material reception and usage
    New inventory (sub-assembly and final product)
    Customer shipping and billing system
    Customer order information
    Shipment information and tracking
    Both systems are maintained manually
    Information is captured on paper
    Clerk enters information into system
    12
  • Operations and Logistics: Recommendations
    Implement system to store all inventory, order and shipment information.
    Data gathering through hand held devices
    Scan
    Arriving and used material
    Sub assemblies and final products while fulfilling orders
    Implement RFIDs or Barcode to track
    Inventory levels and location
    13
  • References
    14
    Apollo Group, Inc. (2007). Riordan Manufacturing Retrieved May 22, 2009,
    from:https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/aapd/cist/vop/Business/Riordan/Finance/RioFandA001.htm
    Department of Labor (2009) March 11, 2009, Retrieved June 6, 2009
    http://www.bls.gov/cps/minwage2008.pdf
    Free Online Research Papers Copyright (© 2005-2009) Retrieved June 6th 2009
    from http://www.freeonlineresearchpapers.com/riordan-international-marketing-plan
    Import and Export Laws Transportation (Copyright © 1996-2001) LAWDOG.COM Publishing,
    Inc. Retrieved June 6th 2009 from http://www.lawdog.com/transport/export/export1.htm
    IMR TestLabs Litigation (2009) Litigation Retrieved June 6th 2009
    From http://www.imrtest.com/industries_we_serve/litigation/index.html
  • References
    15
    Human Resource Management Wikipedia © 2009 Retrieved May 30th 2009
    From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Resources_Management
    OPPAPERS.COM Copyright © 2009 OPPapers.com Retrieved May 30th 2009
    From http://www.oppapers.com/essays/Bsa310-Service-Request-Sr-Rm-001-Riordan-Manufacturing/137988
    PeopleSoft Planet © 2008 Nnigma, Inc. Retrieved May 23, 2009
    From: http://www.peoplesoft-planet.com/whatispeoplesoft.html
    University of Baltimore Knowledge That Works Retrieved May 23, 2009
    from: http://www.ubalt.edu/template.cfm?page=784
    West’s Encyclopedia of American Law (Copyright 1997) West Group. Retrieved June 6th 2009
    from http://iris.nyit.edu/~shartman/mba0101/trust.htm