How to Manage Your Dyehouse (CD-ROM)
by James Park and John Shore
Published by the Society of Dyers and Colourists
A key difference between two or more competing companies with similar levels of technical competence in any sector of the marketplace can be the in the quality of the respective managers. The proliferation and popularity of courses and books on all aspects of modern management bear ample testimony to this. The new e-book from the Society of Dyers and Colourists does not attempt to duplicate this proliferation of material, but rather to concentrate on aspects that are particularly relevant to textile coloration.
The authors have spent a lifetime in the textile coloration industry, and have won plaudits for their significant contributions to the technical literature over many years. In their words: ‘management is part training, part instinct and part skill, not least in dealing with the important resource of people.’ Their aim is to help both current and aspiring dyehouse managers more effective and more efficient in their work environment.
Chapter 1 Introduction to modern business management and concepts
Chapter 2 Modern dyehouse management
Chapter 3 Costing and financial considerations
Chapter 4 Technical aspects
Chapter 5 Work study and production planning
Chapter 6 People management
Chapter 7 Conclusions and future prospects
64 pages, 2005, ISBN 0 901956 86 4
Please note: ‘How to Manage Your Dyehouse’ is normally supplied in Portable Document Format (PDF) on CD-ROM with full electronic indexing and system of bookmarks to allow the user to navigate throughout the publication. This is the Print + CD- ROM version (A4 format). As it is a print-to-order product, despatch can take up to 20 working days from receipt of order.