Production Management B


Lecture Course by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Günther Schuh

Producing companies depend on the design of their activities and structures as an enabler to efficiently process production orders.

Concerning this issue the lecture Production Management presents general relations and typical tasks:

  • Approaches and realizable measures are discussed in a practically oriented way. Especially questions related to options of investment, cost-benefit valuations, etc. are taken into consideration.
  • Production Management A focuses on essential divisions of producing companies like process planning, materials logistics, production, assembly, and quality assurance. Furthermore cross-sectional tasks such as information management, costing and different forms of organisation are discussed.
  • Production Management B considered here
    includes areas beyond organizational borders and deals with topics such as Customer Relationship Management, Supply Chain Management and Enterprise Resource Planning.

Concerning common questions on the organisation of the lecture course "Industrial Logistics" feel free to contact:
Max-Ferdinand Stroh

Lecture dates & respective contact persons as well as further information you will find here.