Just-In-Time: Surviving by Breaking Tradition

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Oliver Wight, 1986 - Business & Economics - 199 pages
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An insightful overview of Just-in-Time, its potential and the basic concepts behind this powerful tool. Written for the executive, it provides a salient case for the value and long-term effectiveness of JIT. Executives and managers will see how to effectively use JIT to streamline their operations and improve customer satisfaction.

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The Marketing Edge
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