An Examination and Evaluation of the Internal Production Control Structure and Job-oriented Communication Methods Used in the Pinting Plant at South Dakota State College
Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science (MS)
Department / School
This research is the first step in discovering and solving production and management problems that arise in a college printing plant which has instructional facilities. This report will explain briefly the internal systems and procedures presently used in controlling and managing production in this college printing plant. This information should help produce a clear image of the advantages and usefulness of suggested solutions to the problems that naturally arise under the present procedures. This study will be concerned with increasing the efficiency of job control. These goals can be achieved through better administrative organization and communication. Production control is the heart of good production management. The production control department has four basic functions: scheduling, material control, dispatching, and follow up.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Printing industry -- Management
Includes bibliographical references
Number of Pages
Ferguson, Donald Murray, "An Examination and Evaluation of the Internal Production Control Structure and Job-oriented Communication Methods Used in the Pinting Plant at South Dakota State College" (1963). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2887.