APICS OMBOK PDF

Warehouse management systems (WMS). WMS refers to software applications that manage the flow of materials into, through, and out of storage facilities. The APICS OMBOK Framework is a high-level document that codifies the specific elements of operations management. It is not intended as a list of. Lean management. Lean management refers to an approach to management that focuses on reducing or eliminating waste in all facets of the system.

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APICS, through a partnership with The Manufacturing Institute, explores how manufacturing and supply chain can attract, retain and advance women. Each topic stands alone; but in sum, they represent operations management as a professional discipline and filed field of study. The document is not intended as a study aid or replacement for certification exam preparation materials. It is, as its titles suggests, a framework for the body of knowledge that APICS The Association for Operations Management is committed to impart to its members, customers, and partners for the betterment of the field of operations and supply chain management.

The second aplcs, released inincluded a set of appendices compiled from the results of a pair of surveys of operations and supply chain management professionals, as well as professionals in the non-manufacturing industries of distribution, health care, retail, utilities, and hospitality.

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A comprehensive index also was added, codifying the concepts and terms of the document and making it more accessible.

APICS Operations Management Body of Knowledge (OMBOK) Framework

The field of operations and supply chain management is changing constantly, and APICS is committed to evolving the profession and keeping its members and customers current. This edition also includes other features for easier reading, including omhok updated index and alignment with the APICS Dictionary13th Edition. As operations and supply chain management continues to evolve, the APICS OMBOK Framework will continue to be revised and updated to match the new knowledge and trends developed by practitioners on the leading edges of the field.

I hope that many of you share in my vision that someday, we will raise the level of general understanding of our field and it will be recognized as a profession on a par with accountant or architect. To accomplish this, there must be a strong understanding of the scope of the field and what needs to be known to be considered an expert. In the third edition, we expanded on the two major topics of sustainability and omobk management. Sustainability relates to the impact our decisions have on people and the planet.

All operations and supply chain professionals should recognize these norms. Risk management addresses the mitigation of the threats inherent in supply chains. Many of the most popular cost-saving ideas also are the most risky.

In methodologies such as lean management, where inventory in supply chains is minimized, the risk associated with disruptions potentially increases. Similarly, there may be increased risk associated with global versus single sourcing and using distribution hubs.

When making these types of decisions, business leaders must evaluate from a risk perspective. They must assess potential impacts and enact risk mitigation strategies. Please feel free to take a moment and complete the feedback form at the end of this document.

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APICS Operations Management Body of Knowledge Framework, Third Edition

What should be expanded on or added in the future? We are not looking for buzzwords or ideas that are only applicable to a specific industry; rather, we seek fundamental concepts that can be used to create real value within our supply chains.

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Is your company doing big things worthy of recognition? APICS Research Reports APICS research cuts through the clutter and brings you critical ideas and innovations in supply chain management, best practices, how-to steps, and practical advice that give you and your organization a competitive advantage. Women in Manufacturing APICS, through a partnership with The Manufacturing Institute, explores how manufacturing and supply chain can attract, retain and advance women. Their shared goal was to create a high-level document outlining the scope of the field of operations and supply chain management—a reference guide for the profession.

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