“This book is based on my experience as a plant manager in four plant turnarounds,”
Berk explained that many manufacturers have found that complex manufacturing management software programs are not the answer to getting and staying on schedule. “Those systems help, but they are only a tool. What manufacturers really need are people who know how to focus on the seven critical factors that drive manufacturing schedule performance,”
The new book from Manufacturing Training will be used in the University of Kansas Manufacturing Performance program, an online program of instruction that starts this year on 21 August 2012. The University of Kansas program is popular with manufacturing management professionals in the aerospace, oil, pharmaceutical, and other industries in the United States, the Middle East, South America, and Asia.
This is the fifth book in a manufacturing management series offered by Manufacturing Training, with other titles addressing cost reduction, failure analysis, quality management, and management for first level supervisors and new managers.
Manufacturing Delivery Performance Improvement is available at www.ManufacturingTraining.com and from Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/