Subject: Manufacturing strategy (KAIZEN, LEAN, KANBAN, EFPS) (12 - IM2102)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Production Systems, Organization and Management
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2013..

The aim of the course is that students master the basic knowledge of different production strategies that allow increased competitiveness of enterprises and acquire competence in identifying, formulating and implementing different production strategies in the productive and social context and application of basic principles, methods, tools and techniques of selected strategies.
Upon completion of the course, students will be competent to apply their knowledge of: understand the different concepts and the importance of different production strategies for the competitiveness of the production system; identify, formulate and implement various strategies and thus contribute to increasing the competitiveness of enterprises, to apply different principles, methods and techniques of engineering analysis and evaluate opportunities to increase the competitiveness of the production system at the local, regional and in the global context. They will be able to designed and revitalize various types of manufacturing systems.
Opening considerations. The basic approach in the development of production systems - CIM, LEAN and Effective systems. Tendencies in the development of production systems. Tendencies of changes in the surroundings of the company. Spatial structure. The flexibility of the system. Convenience of management. The effectiveness of the system. Effective production systems. The general model of material flow. Approached in shaping the spatial structure of the system (process and object). Approaches in the design of production systems (individual and group). Group technology. The cell manufacturing and group technology. IIS approach in developing off effective production systems. The method of classification. Methods for the analysis of flows in the system. Introduction to LEAN approach. Kaizen continuous improvement. Value stream mapping (Value Stream Map - VSM). LEAN principles. LEAN tools. Visual Management and 5S. The losses in the production process. Standard procedures. Quick tool change (SMED). JIT. Kanban. Quality (Quality Assurance). Continuous flow (Heijunka). Design of work stations. World-class manufacturing. Mass customization.
In order to achieve the goals of learning outcomes in the teaching process there is a combination of lectures, exercises, laboratory exercises and case studies to overcome the different chapters in a subject. In addition there is a regular term for consultation. Some of the material contains basic theoretical knowledge related to different production strategies. The second part of the material which expands the matter relating to the various production strategies, allowing students to transfer the knowledge that they can analyze the specific engineering problems related to the production systems and manufacturing in general, and then make the appropriate conclusions. Case studies are used to integrate these topics and shows students how the various techniques are interrelated and applied in real-life situations.
James P. Womack, Daniel T. JonesLean razmišljanje - Lean Thinking2012Fakultet tehničkih nauka u Novom SaduSerbian language
Grupa autoraGrupna tehnologija i ćelijska proizvodnja1998Kluver Academic PublishersSerbian language
Zelenović, D.Projektovanje proizvodnih sistema2009Univerzitet u Novom Sadu - Fakultet tehničkih naukaSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes70.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Term paperYesYes20.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Lazarević Milovan
Full Professor

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Jovanović Vukica
Guest Professor

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Sremčev Nemanja
Associate Professor

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Tomašević Milovan
Research Associate

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Suzić Nikola

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