Monday, February 29, 2016

March - Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan






March 1st week
29 Feb to 4 March 2016

Marketing Management Continued

Analyzing Competitors
Strategy of Market Leader



Marketing Strategies for Challenger Firms 
Competitive Strategies for Followers and Nichers



Managing Product Lines and Brands
Marketing Strategy for New Industry Products




Marketing Management for Service Firms
Pricing Strategy and Tactics 


Marketing Channel Management – Important Issues
Managing Wholesaling and Retailing Network



March 2nd week



Marketing Communication: Channels and Promotion Tools
Advertising



Sales Promotion 
Marketing Public Relations


Sales Process and Sales Training
Direct Marketing




Online Marketing
Marketing and New Product Development



International and Global Marketing
Sales Force Management


March 3 week

Developing Enterprisewide or Company Wide Marketing Orientation
Management of Marketing Department and Function

Operations Management

Introduction to the Field of Operations Management
Operations Strategy and Competitiveness - Review Notes

Optimizing the Use of Resources with Linear Programming




20th March - Birthday of Man of Productivity - Low Prices and High Incomes

Frederick Winslow Taylor - A Pioneer Industrial Engineer
Date of Birth: 20th March, 1856
Contribution of Taylor to Industrial Engineering
Shop Management
Scientific Management



March 4 Week (20 to 24)







Inventory Control - Review Notes for Chase et al.


28 March

29 March

One Year Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan

January - February - March - April - May - June

July - August - September - October - November - December


Monday, February 22, 2016

IIE Transactions - Issue Wise Details 1969 to the Current Period



http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/uiie20#.VsDAavl97IU



Issuewise Details for the period 1994 ot the current period.
https://www.highbeam.com/publications/iie-transactions-p5139/


1969 vol. 1


The Relationship Between Measures of Heart Rate and Rate of Energy Expenditure

Robert B. Andrews
pages 2-10

A Generalized Materials Handling Simulation System

Charles E. Donaghey
pages 11-16


Non-Parametric Sensitivity Analysis in Linear Programming

Robert n. Braswell & Frederick m. Allen
pages 17-23

Minimum Cost Quality Control Tests

H. Allan Knappenberger & A. H. E. Grandage
pages 24-32

The Utility of Signal-Detection Theory in the Analysis of Industrial Inspector Accuracy

P. M. Wallack & S. Keith Adams
pages 33-44

GERT: Part III—Further Statistical Results; Counters, Renewal Times, and Correlations

Gary E. Whitehouse & A. Alan B. Pritsker
pages 45-50






A Blood Bank Collection Scheduling and Inventory Control System

C. Carl Pegels
pages 51-55





Linear Programming Analysis of a Water Supply System

Ishwar Gupta
pages 56-61





Size of Administrative Units—Some Criteria and Decision Rules

Ernst S. Valfer & Gideon Schwarzbart
pages 62-69





The Shape of the Normal Work Area in the Horizontal Plane

Stephan Konz & Satish C. Goel
pages 70-74





Establishing the Optimum Inventory Size and Stocking Policy for a Warehouse

David P. Herron & Richard L. Hawley
pages 75-80





Determining the Mean Time to Failure for Certain Redundant Systems

Philip Jumonville & William G. Lesso
pages 81-82



Sunday, February 21, 2016

February 4th Week - Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan






February 4th Week   (22 to 26 February 2016)

Marketing Management Revision Articles


Industrial engineers have to study marketing to understand the demand forecast figures given by marketing people as they go into engineering economic analysis of revenue expansion projects. Industrial engineers are asked to study marketing and marketing management processes to improve their efficiency or productivity. Industrial engineers have to understand how to market their services to their colleagues inside the company as well as outside.


The Marketing Concept Kotler
Marketing Strategy - Marketing Process - Kotler's Description



Scanning of Environment for Marketing Ideas and Decisions
Marketing Strategy - Differentiating and Positioning the Market Offering



Management of Marketing Department and Function
Marketing Research and Market Demand Forecasting


Consumer Behavior
Analysis of Consumer Markets


Organizational Buying Processes and Buying Behavior
Market Segmentation and Selection of Target Segments





One Year Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan

January - February - March - April - May - June

July - August - September - October - November - December