CORE CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT
MARKETING MANAGEMENT
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
OPERATIONS & PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT

Maintenance Management
TQM and WCM seem to suggest that even a stitch is to be avoided to save nine, Maintenance Management thus surges ahead to greater prominence. It is no longer a reactive back-room service function. It gets integrated into the quality process as a proactive front runner. Prof. S N Chary, Director of the Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies, advocates such a prima donna status. This is a lesson for both the average and sophisticated manufacturer. The author demonstrates how balance of costs defi ne an optimal PM policy. Overhaul or replace - that is the question. The author moves on to the assembly line to peep into practical decision rules.
OP/PM12

26 Mins

24 Mins

60 Pages
Equivalent classroom time: 8hrs