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1 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Quality Management Solutions The following are the reference books used for this section: APICS Dictionary, 12th Edition 2008 APICS Learning System, Version 2.1, 2010 Edition Arnold, J.R. Tony, S.N. Chapman, and L.M. Clive. Introduction to Materials Management, 6 th edition, Prentice Hall, 2008 BIBLIOGRAPHY Slide 1

2 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 12) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand Projected available balance 60 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 2 SAMPLE WORKSHEET PRINTING INSTRUCTION To print a copy of this sample worksheet, press [Ctrl] [P]

3 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 12) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand Projected available balance 60 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 3 SAMPLE WORKSHEET PRINTING INSTRUCTION The printer dialog box will appear. Select your printer name and select the “Current slide” option. Then press

4 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 12-16) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand Projected available balance 60 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 4 PRINT SAMPLE WORKSHEET

5 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 12) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand Projected available balance 60 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 12 (beginning wk. 12) Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Calculate the PAB for weeks 12 – 15 Calculate the MPS and the PAB for weeks 12, 13, and 16 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 5 WEEK 12

6 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE WEEK 12

7 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 12) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand -5Projected available balance 60 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 12 (beginning wk. 12) Calculate the PAB for weeks 12 – 15 Calculate the MPS and the PAB for weeks 12, 13, and 16 Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 7 Projected balance: 40 (on hand) – 45 (Demand) = -5 WEEK 12

8 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 12) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 55Projected available balance 60 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 12 (beginning wk. 12) Calculate the PAB for weeks 12 – 15 Calculate the MPS and the PAB for weeks 12, 13, and 16 Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 8 Release: 60 from MPS (Lot size = 60). PAB = 60 – (40 – 45) = 55 WEEK 12

9 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE WEEK 13

10 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 13) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 1555Projected available balance 60 Master production schedule 161514 13 12Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 13 (beginning wk. 13) Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 10 Projected balance: 55 (on hand) – 40 (Demand) = 15 (PAB) WEEK 13

11 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 13) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 15 55Projected available balance 60 0 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 13 (beginning wk. 13) Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 11 Release: 0 (No MPS release required) PAB = 0 + 55 – 40 = 15 WEEK 13

12 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE WEEK 14

13 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 14) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 351555Projected available balance 60 - Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 14 (beginning wk. 14) Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 13 Release: 60 already existed (Lot size = 60). PAB = 60 + (15 – 40) = 35 WEEK 14

14 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE WEEK 15

15 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 15) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 55351555Projected available balance 60 - Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 15 (beginning wk. 15) Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 15 Release: 60 already existed (Lot size = 60). PAB = 60 + (35 – 40) = 55 WEEK 15

16 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE WEEK 16

17 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 16) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 1055351555Projected available balance 60 - Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 16 (beginning wk. 16) Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 17 PAB = 0 + (55 – 45) = 10 WEEK 16

18 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE Master Schedule for Product A (Week 16) 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 1055351555Projected available balance 060 - Master production schedule 1615141312Week Exercise: Complete the master schedule for week 16 (beginning wk. 16) Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 18 Release: 0 (No MPS release required) WEEK 16

19 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE FINAL ANSWER SHEET FINAL ANSWER

20 References: MASTER SCHEDULE CALCULATION EXAMPLE 5-week plan horizon Lot size: 60 units On hand: 40 units Cumulative lead time: 4 weeks 4540 45Demand 1055351555 Projected available balance 0 60 0 Master production schedule 1615141312Week Note: PAB for weeks 12 – 16 is the same as it was when these weeks were 11 -15 PAB for week 16 is 40 40 Quality Management SolutionsSlide 20 Your results should look like this! FINAL ANSWER


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