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Manufacturing process management

Manufacturing process management

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Manufacturing process management (MPM) is the process of designing, controlling, and monitoring the production of goods. It involves the management of resources, such as materials, equipment, and labor, to ensure that products are produced efficiently, effectively, and to the required quality standards.

Beginner competence definition

Beginners understand the basic concepts of manufacturing process management, such as the importance of managing resources, production schedules, and quality standards to ensure the timely delivery of goods and services to customers.

Intermediate competence definition

Intermediate professionals understand the different components of manufacturing process management, such as resource management, production scheduling, and quality control, and can apply these concepts to real-world situations. They also have knowledge of basic MPM tools and methodologies.

Advanced competence definition

Advanced professionals understand the strategic implications of different manufacturing process management decisions and are able to create and execute complex MPM plans that support the overall goals and objectives of the organization. They have the ability to identify and implement advanced MPM tools and methodologies such as total productive maintenance, lean manufacturing, and statistical process control.


Logistics and transportation management


Lean and Six Sigma methodologies

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