Just-in-time: surviving by breaking tradition
A volume that provides a proven approach to implementing Just-In-Time using such methods as getting people to work as a team; developing a plan with specific details on shrinking order quantities and producing valid schedules; and understanding the techniques of demand pull and cellular manufacturing.
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