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"Inventory Best Practices, Second Edition offers a remarkable range of insights into managing and accounting for inventory and material handling for all product focused industries. Extensively detail coverage of best inventory and warehouse management techniques is combined with an extensive overview of cost management and accounting techniques. The ultimate insights offered include product and facility planning details that often determine the magnitude of costs in manufacturing and retail operations that are reflected in inventoried costs. An essential reference for any professional in a product or distribution focused company or business role."
Barrett Peterson, CPA, Manager, Accounting Standards, Procedures, & Analysis, TTX "Despite all of the attention given to inventory issues over the past twenty years, most companies still struggle with how to identify and implement best practices. Steve has managed to produce the best–organized and documented presentation to date. It is so thorough and detailed that it could be used as a project plan to solve or avoid virtually any inventory problem. I don′t see how an inventory manager or planner, even a CEO or CFO, could not make significant improvements by following his guidelines."
Rick Feltenberger, Principal, The Supply Chain Center
Whether you are a controller, CFO, purchasing manager, warehouse manager, or engineering manager, if you′re looking for a comprehensive, easy–to–read guide to fixing those all–too–common shortcomings in your inventory department, look no further than Inventory Best Practices, Second Edition.
Brimming with hundreds of fixes, many of them requiring surprisingly little time or cost, this practical guide provides inventory professionals with a handy guide to common implementation pitfalls. It is an invaluable book for every business wanting to enhance its existing processes, whether that be due to growth in their business or just as part of their ongoing improvement process.
The resource you′ll turn to again and again, Inventory Best Practices, Second Edition presents a number of new, actionable best practices that will yield dramatic inventory process improvements within your organization.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781118000748
ISBN-10: 1118000749
Pagini: 352
Dimensiuni: 160 x 234 x 30 mm
Greutate: 0.54 kg
Ediția: 2nd Edition
Editura: JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

Public țintă

Controllers, Inventory Managers, CFOs, Purchasing, Warehouse, and Engineering Managers.

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"Inventory Best Practices, Second Edition offers a remarkable range of insights into managing and accounting for inventory and material handling for all product focused industries. Extensively detail coverage of best inventory and warehouse management techniques is combined with an extensive overview of cost management and accounting techniques. The ultimate insights offered include product and facility planning details that often determine the magnitude of costs in manufacturing and retail operations that are reflected in inventoried costs. An essential reference for any professional in a product or distribution focused company or business role."
Barrett Peterson, CPA, Manager, Accounting Standards, Procedures, & Analysis, TTX "Despite all of the attention given to inventory issues over the past twenty years, most companies still struggle with how to identify and implement best practices. Steve has managed to produce the best–organized and documented presentation to date. It is so thorough and detailed that it could be used as a project plan to solve or avoid virtually any inventory problem. I don′t see how an inventory manager or planner, even a CEO or CFO, could not make significant improvements by following his guidelines."
Rick Feltenberger, Principal, The Supply Chain Center
Whether you are a controller, CFO, purchasing manager, warehouse manager, or engineering manager, if you′re looking for a comprehensive, easy–to–read guide to fixing those all–too–common shortcomings in your inventory department, look no further than Inventory Best Practices, Second Edition.
Brimming with hundreds of fixes, many of them requiring surprisingly little time or cost, this practical guide provides inventory professionals with a handy guide to common implementation pitfalls. It is an invaluable book for every business wanting to enhance its existing processes, whether that be due to growth in their business or just as part of their ongoing improvement process.
The resource you′ll turn to again and again, Inventory Best Practices, Second Edition presents a number of new, actionable best practices that will yield dramatic inventory process improvements within your organization.


Cuprins

Preface. Chapter 1 Success or Failure with Best Practices. Types of Best Practices. Most Fertile Ground for Best Practices. Planning for Best Practices. Timing of Best Practices. Implementing Best Practices. How to Use Best Practices: Best Practice Duplication. Why Best Practices Fail. Summary. Chapter 2 Inventory Purchasing. Chapter 3 Inventory Receiving and Shipping. Chapter 4 Inventory Storage. Chapter 5 Inventory Picking. Chapter 6 Production Issues Impacting Inventory. Chapter 7 Inventory Transactions. Chapter 8 Inventory Planning and Management. Chapter 9 Warehouse Layout. Chapter 10 Cost Accounting. Chapter 11 Bills of Materials. Chapter 12 Impact of Constraints on Inventory. Overview of the Theory of Constraints. Overview of the Constraint Buffer. Alternatives to the Constraint Buffer. Expedite Zone. Buffer Manager. Buffer Hole. Buffers for Labor Operations. Assembly Area Buffer. Inventory Releases. Batch Sizes. Summary. Chapter 13 Inventory Policies and Procedures. Chapter 14 Inventory Measurements. Appendix Summary of Inventory Best Practices. Glossary. About the Author. Index.

Notă biografică

STEVEN M. BRAGG, CPA, has been the chief financial officer or controller of four companies, as well as a consulting manager at Ernst & Young and auditor at Deloitte. He is the author of over thirty books primarily targeted toward controllers, treasurers, CFOs, and their needs. Bragg received a master′s degree in finance from Bentley College, an MBA from Babson College, and a bachelor′s degree in economics from the University of Maine.