Industrial Engineering and Management
Industrial Engineering and Management

Tags: Industrial Engineering and Management, Engineering/Computer Science, Divya Zindani, Kaushik Kumar

Industrial Engineering and Management

Industrial engineering deals with the optimization of different processes, systems or organizations. It involves the use of different physical, mathematical and social principles together with the methods of engineering design to optimize the results obtained from the different complex processes or systems. The scope of industrial engineering management is as vast as to include a wide array of sub-specialties such as operations research, manufacturing engineering, production engineering, management science, etc. This book explains the different aspects related to the principles of optimizing the complex systems and processes of an organization.

Section I: Introduction to Industrial Engineering
1. Introduction
Section II: Productivity and Work Study
2. Productivity
3. Work Study
4. Human Factor and Work Study
Section III: Method Study
5. Method Study
6. Movement at Workplace
7. Methods and Movements at the Workplace
8. Evaluate, Define, Install, Maintain
9. Method Study in the Office
Section IV: Work Measurement
10. Time Study
11. Time Study: Selecting and Timing the Job
12. Time Study: Rating
13. Time Study: From Study to Standard Time
14. Predetermined Time Standards
15. The Use of Time Standards
Section V: Entrepreneurial Development
16. Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship
17. Qualities and Functions of Entrepreneurs, Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth
18. Competing Theories of Entrepreneurship
19. Government Policy Towards Small Scale Industries' Structure
Section VI: Inspection and Statistical Quality Control
20. Defining Quality
21. Total Quality Management
22. The Role of Inspection
23. Statistical Quality Control
Section VII: Production Planning and Control
24. Production, Planning and Control
Section VIII: Location Selection and Plant Layout
25. Plant Location
26. Location Decision and Layout
Section IX: Job Evaluation and Wages
 27. Introduction to Job Evaluation
28. Job Evaluation Method
29. Wages
Section X: Industrial Legislation
30. Industrial Legislation
Section XI: Value Analysis
31. What is Value Analysis?
32. How to use Value Analysis?
Section XII: Leadership
33. Leadership
Section XIII: Operation Research
34. Linear Programming
35. Project Management
Section XIV: Industrial Safety
36. Introduction to Safety Engineering
37. Occupational Safety
Section XV: Engineering Economics
38. Introduction
39. Replacement and Maintenance Analysis
40. Inventory Control Review Questions

• the subject of industrial engineering and management and its prospects
• productivity and the ways to increase it by the discussion on work study
• method study and work measurement through time study
• entrepreneurial development, theories on entrepreneurship and the different government policies for small scale industries
• aspects of inspection and statistical quality control, total quality management, role of inspection and the statistical quality control
• production planning and control
• objectives and importance of plant location as well as its layout
• different methods for job evaluation and aspects of wages, industrial legislations
• important aspects of the value analysis and its different stages
• role of a leader, the domains of leadership,
• methods of optimization and project management
• industrial safety
• engineering economics, concepts and principles of replacement and maintenance analysis and inventory control and its models.


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