LOGISTIKMANAGEMENT IN DER AUTOMOBILINDUSTRIE GRUNDLAGEN DER LOGISTIK IM AUTOMOBILBAU VDI BUCH GERMAN EDITION

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Environmental Assessment Of Lightweight Electric Vehicles

Author : Patricia Egede
ISBN : 9783319402772
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This monograph adresses the challenge of the environmental assessment of leightweight electric vehicles. It poses the question whether the use of lightweight materials in electric vehicles can reduce the vehicles’ environmental impact and compares the environmental performance of a lightweight electric vehicle (LEV) to other types of vehicles. The topical approach focuses on methods from life cycle assessment (LCA), and the book concludes with a comprehensive concept on the environmental assessment of LEVs. The target audience primarily comprises LCA practitioners from research institutes and industry, but it may also be beneficial for graduate students specializing in the field of environmental assessment.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Logistikmanagement In Der Automobilindustrie

Author : Florian Klug
ISBN : 9783662558737
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Das Buch vermittelt praxisnahes und anwendungsorientiertes Wissen im Logistikmanagement der Automobilindustrie. Im Mittelpunkt steht die Sicht des Automobilherstellers, da er innerhalb des globalen Wertschöpfungsnetzwerks die höchste Anforderungs- und Komplexitätsstufe aufweist. Das Buch gliedert sich analog der Planungs- und Serienphase eines Fahrzeugherstellers in die beiden Bereiche Logistikmanagement im Produktentstehungsprozess und Logistikmanagement im Kundenauftragsprozess.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Logistikmanagement

Author : Elmar Bräkling
ISBN : 9783658034955
Genre : Business & Economics
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Dieser Leitfaden zeigt anschaulich, wie die Logistik-Funktion im Unternehmen aufgestellt sein muss, um in der betrieblichen Praxis als wichtiger Werttreiber zu wirken. Dazu wird im ersten Schritt hinterfragt, was eine Logistik-Funktion auszeichnet, um in der Supply-Chain von ihren Partnern als „stark“ wahrgenommen zu werden. Damit lassen sich die notwendigen Eigenschaften bzw. Stärkefaktoren einer erfolgreichen Logistik sichtbar machen und systematisch entwickeln. Im zweiten Schritt werden die Aufgaben der Logistik-Funktion gezielt auf diese Stärkefaktoren ausgerichtet sowie entlang der Management-Phasen Planning, Operations und Controlling systematisch geordnet und ausdifferenziert. Das Ergebnis ist eine schlüssige Aufgaben-Stärke-Kopplung, die im dritten Schritt operationalisiert wird. Das führt zu einem Unternehmen mit Logistik-Power, das in der Supply-Chain jederzeit schnell, schlank und fehlerfrei liefern kann – mit bedarfsgerechtem Lieferservice und zu angemessenen Logistikkosten. Dieser praxisorientierte Ansatz des „PILS – Power in Logistic System®“ wird in diesem Buch systematisch entfaltet und kann in den Unternehmen bedarfsgerecht umgesetzt werden.
Category: Business & Economics

Handbook Of Terminal Planning

Author : Jürgen W. Böse
ISBN : 1441984089
Genre : Business & Economics
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Container Terminals (CT) operate as central nodes in worldwide hub-and-spoke networks and link ocean-going vessels with smaller feeder vessels as well as with inbound and outbound hinterland transportation systems using road, rail, or inland waterways. The volume of transcontinental container flows has gained appreciably over the last five decades -- throughput figures of CT reached new records, frequently with double-digit annual growth rates. Stimulated by throughput requirements and stronger competition between terminals settled in the same region or serving a similar hinterland, respectively, cost efficiency and throughput capabilities become more and more important. Nowadays, both terminal capacity and costs have to be regarded as key indicators for CT competitiveness. In respect of this steady growth, this handbook focuses on planning activities being aimed at “order of magnitude improvements” in terminal performance and economic viability. On the one hand the book is intended to provide readership with technological and organizational CT basics for strategic planning. On the other hand this book offers methodical assistance for fundamental dimensioning of CT in terms of 'technique', 'organization' or 'man'. The former primarily considers comprehensive information about container handling technologies representing the state of the art for present terminal operations, while the latter refers to methodological support comprising in particular quantitative solutions and modeling techniques for strategic terminal decisions as well as straightforward design guidelines. The handbook includes an introductory contribution which gives an overview of strategic planning problems at CT and introduces the contributions of the volume with regard to their relationship in this field. Moreover, each paper contains a section or paragraph that describes the impact of findings investigated by the author(s) for problem-solving in long-term planning of CT (as an application domain). The handbook intends to provide solutions and insights that are valuable for both practitioners in industry who need effective planning approaches to overcome problems and weaknesses in terminal design/development and researchers who would like to inform themselves about the state of the art in methodology of strategic terminal planning or be inspired by new ideas. That is to say, the handbook is addressed to terminal planners in practice as well as to students of maritime courses of study and (application oriented) researchers in the maritime field.
Category: Business & Economics

Next Generation Supply Chains

Author : Wolfgang Kersten
ISBN : 9783844298796
Genre : Science
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Next Generation Supply Chains: Trends and Opportunities.
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Aris Business Process Modeling

Author : August-Wilhelm Scheer
ISBN : 9783642571084
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book describes in detail how ARIS methods model and identify business processes by means of the UML (Unified Modeling Language), leading to an information model that serves as the basis for a systematic and intelligent development of application systems. Multiple real-world examples using SAP R/3 illustrate aspects of business process modeling including methods of knowledge management, implementation of workflow systems and standard software solutions, and the deployment of ARIS methods.
Category: Business & Economics

Strategic Supply Chain Alignment

Author : John Gattorna
ISBN : 9781351897525
Genre : Business & Economics
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Supply chain performance will be a key indicator of overall corporate success into the next century. This book, edited by logistics and supply chain expert John Gattorna, and with international contributions, presents unpublished material on next generation thinking about the management of the supply chain. Based on the recently developed strategic alignment model it shows how external market dynamics, the company’s strategic response, and internal capability must be aligned if competitive advantage is to be achieved. Supply chain management is a strategic challenge demanding top level management attention. This book tackles the subject at that strategic level to help companies reposition their supply chains successfully. The book then offers the vital link between strategy setting and implementation, providing comprehensive coverage of the main areas of execution, and making it an essential compendium on all aspects of the subject. With case studies from major organizations from around the world, it is a ’must’ read for anyone wishing to be at the forefront of international supply chain management thinking. Strategic Supply Chain Alignment brings together for the first time the world’s leading logistics professionals, management consultants and academics to offer their insights and experiences on the latest supply chain management techniques. This collection of previously unpublished material offers the reader a unique opportunity to identify the hot issues, discover emerging strategies and uncover key industry and market perspectives. Divided into five sections which reflect the important components of the strategic alignment model, the book covers: ¢ The market: Customer value creation and segmentation, and the rationale behind the integration of supply with demand. ¢ Strategic response: Considers channel strategy, supply chain configuration and operations and distribution management. ¢ Culture: Adopting organization options which focus on deliv
Category: Business & Economics

The Overnight

Author : Ramsey Campbell
ISBN : 9781429910828
Genre : Fiction
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A bookstore can be a wonderful, welcoming place of both commerce and curiosity. That's the goal for Woody, an American recently transferred to England to run a branch of Texts. He wants a clean, orderly store and lots of sales to show his bosses when they arrive from the States for a pre-Christmas inspection. Not easy given the shop's location in a foggy strip mall. And things keep going wrong. No matter how often the shelves are put in order before the doors are locked at night, when the staff returns in the morning, books are lying all over the floor, many damp and damaged beyond repair. The store's computers keep acting up-errors appear in brochures and ads and orders disappear completely. And even when the machines are turned off, they seem to glow with a spectral gray light. The hit-and-run death of an employee in the store's parking lot marks a turning point. One employee accuses another of making sexual advances and they come to blows. Between one sentence and the next, one loses his ability to read. The security monitors display half-seen things crawling between the stacks that vanish before anyone can find them. Desperate, Woody musters his staff for an overnight inventory. When the last customers reluctantly depart, leaving almost-visible trails of slime shining behind them, the doors are locked, sealing Woody and the others inside for a final orgy of shelving. The damp, grey, silent things that have been lurking in the basement and hiding in the fog may move slowly, but they are inexorable. This bookstore is no haven. It is the doorway to a hell unlike any other. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

The Other Side Of Innovation

Author : Vijay Govindarajan
ISBN : 9781422162309
Genre : Business & Economics
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In their first book, Ten Rules for Strategic Innovators, the authors provided a better model for executing disruptive innovation. They laid out a three-part plan for launching high-risk/high-reward innovation efforts: (1) borrow assets from the existing firms, (2) unlearn and unload certain processes and systems that do not serve the new entity, and (3) learn and build all new capabilities and skills. In their study of the Ten Rules in action, Govindarajan and Trimble observed many other kinds of innovation that were less risky but still critical to the company's ongoing success. In case after case, senior executives expected leaders of innovation initiatives to grapple with forces of resistence, namely incentives to keep doing what the company has always done--rather than develop new competence and knowledge. But where to begin? In this book, the authors argue that the most successful everyday innovators break down the process into six manageable steps: 1. Divide the labor 2. Assemble the dedicated team 3. Manage the partnership 4. Formalize the experiment 5. Break down the hypothesis 6. Seek the truth. The Other Side of Innovation codifies this staged approach in a variety of contexts. It delivers a proven step-by-step guide to executing (launching, managing, and measuring) more modest but necessary innovations within large firms without disrupting their bread-and-butter business.
Category: Business & Economics