Poznan University of Technology
European Credit Transfer System
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management
STUDY MODULE DESCRIPTION FORM
Name of the module/subject
Code
Production Management
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Field of study
Profile of study
(general academic, practical)
Production Engineering and Management Erasmus+
Year /Semester
-
Elective path/specialty
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Subject offered in:
-
Course (compulsory, elective)
English
Cycle of study:
elective
Form of study (full-time,part-time)
First-cycle studies
part-time
No. of hours
Lecture:
No. of credits
5
-
Classes:
10
Laboratory:
Status of the course in the study program (Basic, major, other)
Project/seminars:
6
-
(university-wide, from another field)
-
-
Education areas and fields of science and art
ECTS distribution (number
and %)
Responsible for subject / lecturer:
Ms. Eng. Justyna TROJANOWSKA
email: [email protected]
tel. +48 61 647 5991
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management
Piotrowo Street 3, 60-965 Poznań
Prerequisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competencies:
1
Knowledge
Student has a fundamental knowledge in the field of production organization and management
2
Skills
Student understands and is able to apply the parameters of manufacturing process and
systems for designing of production structures
Social
competencies Student understanding of the need to learn and acquire new knowledge
Assumptions and objectives of the course:
3
Students become familiar with methodology and technique applied for designing of production systems and modern concepts
of production management
Study outcomes and reference to the educational results for a field of study
Knowledge:
1. Students have a basic knowledge of production management, production systems design, lean manufacturing, theory of
constraints
2. Student characterizes and explains the role of the production system
3. Student knows methods and tools for developing manufacturing structures
Skills:
1. Students are able to identify and describe basics types, forms and varieties of production organizations, group technology,
production structure, the role of stock production in productive process and is able to indentify and describe the basic
elements of production cycle, manufacturing cycle.
2. Students are able to identify and describe production system, production system surrounding, the basic of production and
manufacturing operations and processes which would be in production system.
3. Students are able to use effectively tools and methods of production management
Social competencies:
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Poznan University of Technology
European Credit Transfer System
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Management
1. Student is aware of the need for lifelong learning; inspire and organize the learning process of others in the coming within
studied concerning issues - [K1A_K01]
2. Students are willing to cooperate and work in teams to resolve contained within the subject being studied problems [K1A_K03]
3. Students are able to see the cause-and-effect relationships in the implementation of the set objectives and importance
tasks - [K1A_K04]
4. Students are able to plan and manage in an entrepreneurial manner - [K1A_K06]
Assessment methods of study outcomes
presentations, computer game, project, oral exam
Course description
The production process and its surroundings. Basic concepts of the production process. Elements of the production process.
Relations of materials, energy and information of production process. Criteria for the organization and design of production
systems. Basic concepts, definitions of production process and manufacturing. Technical and organizational characteristics of
basic types of manufacturing process. Production planning. Gantt charts. The production cycle and manufacturing. Stocks of
production. Production structures. Types, forms and varieties of production organization. Lean Manufacturing. Theory of
Constraints. New trends in the field of operations management.
Basic bibliography:
1. Arora K.C., Comprehensive Production and Operations Management, Laxmi Publikations, New Delhi, 2004
2. Rother M., Shook, J., Learning to See: Value Stream Mapping to Add Value and Eliminate MUDA. Brookline, MA: Lean
Enterprise Institute, 2003
3. Goldratt E.M., Cox J, The Goal. Excellence In Manufacturing, North River Press, New York, 1984.
Additional bibliography:
1. Liker, J. K., The Toyota way: 14 management principles from the world's greatest manufacturer, New York: McGraw-Hill
Professional, 2004
2. Goldratt E.M., Cox J., The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement, The North River Press Publishing Corporation, 2008
3. Woeppel M., The manufacturer's guide to implementing the theory of constraints, St. Lucie Press, Boca Raton, Florida
2001
Result of average student's workload
Time (working
hours)
Activity
1. Participation in lectures
5
2. Participation in laboratories and projects
10
3. Literature studies
10
4. Preparation for exam
5
Student’s workload
Source of workload
hours
Total workload
30
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ECTS
6
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