BEING AVIATION MAINTENANCE PROFESSIONAL, MAKING MIND TO GO FOR MBA .BUT THERE ARE 2 MOST PAPULAR CATEGORIES TO CHOOS ONE OF THESE. I NEED UR VALUABLE ADVICE I SHOULD GO FOR WHICH ONW OUT OF 2. 1-MBA IN AVIATION BUSINESS MANAGMENT
2- MBA IN LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN.
LOOKING AFETR KIND WORDS FROM UR END.
MBA IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
INCLUDES LOGISTICS/SUPPLY CHAIN.
THE OPERATION MANAGEMENT IS A
THIS IS FOR A OPERATION/ PRODUCTION SET UP.
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT [ PRODUCTION ], as a function ,normally includes the
-TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
-JUST IN TIME INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
-STRATEGIC CAPACITY PLANNING
-PROJECT PLANNING AND CONTROL
-MATERIAL REQUIREMENT PLANNING [ MRP]
-BUSINESS PROCESS ENGINEERING
ETC ETC ETC
THE INTEGRATED FUNCTION BRINGS IN A NUMBER OF ADVANTAGES TO THE
*Manage and Control the logistics function to ensure supplies of
raw materials, finished goods, parts and accessories are
available within required time frames and budgets.
*With the Planning & Production Manager, develop, direct the
implementation of production business strategies and activities
to enable the production to achieve output and quality objectives.
*With the R&D Engineering Manager, develop, direct the
the research & development/ engineering activities to ensure
products and techniques achieve business needs within the
standards set by the market and the regulatory standards bodies.
*With the Demand Planning Manager, develop, direct and control
the supply activities to maximise the quality and reliability
of raw materials, parts, accessories and finished goods.
*With the Warehouse and Distribution Manager, develop, direct
and control the warehouse and distribution activities to
ensure the efficient and economical utilisation of facilities
for storing and distributing the finished goods.
*Wtih the Manufacturing Services Manager, develop, direct the
implementation of manufacturing sustainability strategies/
actions plans and continuous improvement programs.
*Wtih the Factory Services Manager, develop, direct the
service operations and the factory warehousing management
THE BELOW LISTED ELEMENTS IN THE OPERATION SHOW
CLEARLY HOW THE ''CUSTOMER SERVICE'' / ''PACKAGING'' /
''PRODUCTION SCHEDULING'' ARE INTERLINKED FUNCTIONALLY
IN THE PROCESS OF OPERATION.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EACH OF THESE ELEMENTS ARE
IMPROVED THROUGH ''ACTION PLANNING''.
-demand planning for core products
-demand planning for parts/accessories
-demand planning for critical items
-developing product life cycle trends
-product life cycle forecast for new products
-remove stock shortages
-improve inventory levels.
-quicker stock replenishment
-continual stock replenishment
-reduction in lead time
-improving stock availability
-reduction working capital
-better supply coordination
-more effective communication with supplier
-faster / timely communication
-developing supplier profile
-developing suppliers networking
-customer focused inventory building
-logistical lead time reduction
-demand based inventory
-better material availability
-good/ usable inventory levels
5.MANUFACTURING/ PACKAGING INCLUDES
-elimination of wastages in production
-improving throughput effiiciency
-reducing back orders
-improving targeted delivery date
-reduction in logical leadtime
-full stock availability
-full total inventory
-full stock / range availability
-short--response time to query
-shortening order cycle time
-making targeted delivery date
-providing order status
-order fill rate
-backorder by age
-service/ parts availability
-targeted delivery date
-improve order fill rate
-improve on-time delivery
-reduce shipment delays
-timely order status
-timely delivery status.
THE EFFECTIVE OPERATION AIMS TO MAXIMIZE THE COMPANY RESULTS
-IMPROVING CUSTOMER SERVICE
-ADDS VALUE TO CUSTOMER SERVICE
-TAILORING SERVICE TO CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS
-LEVERAGING OPPORTUNITIES T O BETTER RESULTS.
THE OPERATION MANAGEMENT IMPROVES THE EFFECIVENESS
-IMPROVING MATERIAL FLOWS
-REDUCE RAW MATERIAL INVENTORY LEVELS
-REDUCING PURCHASING COST
-REDUCE FREIGHT COST
-REDUCE OBSOLETE STOCK LEVELS
-IMPROVING WAREHOUSING OPERATIONS EFFICIENCY
-OPTIMISE STOCK LEVELS
-REDUCE LEAD TIME
-REDUCE TOTAL INVENTORY LEVELS
-REDUCE FINISHED STOCKS
-IMPROVE DEMAND FORECASTING
-IMPROVE MATERIAL RESOURCE PLANNING
THE BELOW LISTED ELEMENTS SHOWS HOW THE ELEMENTS
ARE CHAINED / LINKED IN THE OPERATION.
1 Daily production and distribution planning, including all nodes in the supply chain.
2 Production scheduling for each manufacturing facility in the supply chain (minute by minute).
3 Demand planning and forecasting, coordinating the demand forecast of all customers and sharing the forecast with all suppliers.
4 Sourcing planning, including current inventory and forecast demand, in collaboration with all suppliers.
5 Inbound operations, including transportation from suppliers and receiving inventory.
6 Production operations, including the consumption of materials and flow of finished goods.
7 Outbound operations, including all fulfillment activities and transportation to customers.
8 Order promising, accounting for all constraints in the supply chain, including all suppliers, manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, and other customers.
9 Performance tracking of all activities
ALL THESE INTERLINKED INTEGRATION
-better sales results
-better return on investment.