2. duties and responsibilities of production managers

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2. duties and responsibilities of production managers

  1. 1. Duties and responsibilities Planning the geographical location of factory. Purchasing production equipments Layout of equipments within the factory Designing production process and equipments Product design Designing production work and establishing work standards Capacity planning Production planning and scheduling
  2. 2.  Production control Inventory management Supply chain management Quality control Production equipment maintenance and repair Measurement and monitoring of productivity Industrial relations Health and safety Staff selection and liaisoning Budgeting
  3. 3. Emerging role of productionmanagers Take part in strategic decision making of company. Take part in the implementation and use of enterprise resource planning in the company. Automate processes as per the requirements of the company Enhance the research and the development effort in developing self relevant new technologies. Reduce lag in implementation of projects. Protect environment by implementing environment protection norms.
  4. 4.  Act as a member of the concurrent engineering teams in new product design and old product development. Develop long term strategic relationship with supplies by acting as supply chain managers. Give more attention to technology management, in view of joint ventures of multinational companies with domestic companies. Be an internal quality auditor in quality certification programming such as ISO 9000 series and ISO 14000.
  5. 5. Recent trends in production andoperations management Global market place Production/operations strategy Total quality management Flexibility Time reduction Technology Worker involvement Re-engineering Environmental issues Corporate downsizing Supply chain management Lean production

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