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TRADlTlONAL MANUFACTURlNG MANAGEMENT
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achieve approaches to manufacturing aspect of JIT benefits bicycle wheel bill of materials bottleneck buffer stock cent changes Chapter complex components continual improvement costs D-Day delivery demand Economic Order Quantity education programme efficiency eliminate waste employees ensure example external set-up factory floor five steps floor workers flow lines fundamental problems identify problems implementation of JIT implementing JIT in-company inaccurate increase inventory levels involved JIT approach JIT philosophy JIT system Kanban system long-term agreements machine/operation major manufacturing management manufacturing resource planning manufacturing system materials requirements planning months MRP system operation output overall personnel pilot plant preliminary education preventative maintenance project leader proven path pull system pull-type systems pull/Kanban systems purchasing raw materials reduce set-up result schedule set-up time reduction shown in Fig statistical quality control stressed successful implementation successful JIT implementation suppliers top management commitment Toyota Toyota Corolla type systems vendor/customer links western work-in-progress levels