• Quality Guru in Total Quality Management
    made a significant contribution to Japan's later reputation for innovative high-quality products and its economic power. There, from 1950 onward, he taught top management how to improve design (and thus service), product quality, testing, and sales (the last through global markets) through various methods...
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  • Marketing
    parallel the Product Manager will technically and commercially support the products externally and internally as well as manage the full product life cycle. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES The main requirements and employee accountabilities are: Develop Product Market Strategy  Direct development...
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  • Tastee Snax
    effectively manage projects. The subject will impart practical knowledge to enable you to fulfil your deliverables in less time, at less cost, at a quality level and within the agreed scope. The in-depth treatment of the full project lifecycle spans the definition of a project through to the project’s...
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  • Pat & Qbd
    Abstract To create consistent quality products, standards are important as they create the base. Globalised community works harder to develop consensus standards. Before that we need to have controlled & flexible manufacturing process, which gives highest quality results along with low cost & less regulatory...
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  • Total Quality
    Chapter 1 Introduction of Quality Gurus of Total Quality Management • Walter A. Shewhart - W.A Shewhart, PhD, spent his professional career at Western Electric and Bell Telephone Laboratories, both divisions of AT&T. He developed control chart theory with control limits, assignable and chance...
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  • Work Factors
    THE INFLUENCE OF WORK ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON MOTIVATION TO TRANSFER MANAGEMENT TRAINING: CASE STUDY OF THE LIBYAN OIL INDUSTRY Mohamad Abozed (1), Yassine Melaine (2), Karima Saci (3) 1) PhD Candidate, School of the Built Environment, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool...
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  • Something Special
    15 Fergal Tansey BSc Ronan Gormley BSc PhD Department of Process Engineering, University College, Cork Serge Carbonell BSc PhD Jorge Oliveira BE PhD Department of Life Sciences, University of Limerick, Limerick Paula Bourke BSc PhD David O’Beirne MAgrSc PhD April 2005 ISBN: 1 84170 403 2 ...
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  • Competitive Analysis on Real Estate in Dubai
    been emphasized in the strategic management literature. Furthermore, the literature review suggests relationships exist between competitive priorities and competitive advantage in business organizations. However, the review of past studies indicate that limited research attempts have been made to investigate...
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  • Phd After Mba
    Assessment Exercise (RAE), in which 70% of our research activity was rated either internationally excellent or world-leading, strongly indicates the quality of our research environment. We feel that a vibrant Doctoral and MRes community enhances our research culture, and provides the lifeblood of the School...
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  • Mini Company and Kaizen
    current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at http://www.emerald-library.com IJOPM 19,11 Continuous improvement and the mini-company concept Jan de Leede and Jan Kees Looise University of Twente, The Netherlands Keywords Continuous improvement, Teamwork, Organizational design...
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  • Simulation
    Kuhl, N. M. Steiger, F. B. Armstrong, and J. A. Joines, eds. DISCRETE-EVENT SIMULATION AND AUTOMATIC DATA COLLECTION IMPROVE PERFORMANCE IN A MANUFACTURING SYSTEM Arne Ingemansson Jan Oscarsson University of Skövde Centre for Intelligent Automation P.O. Box 408 SE-541 28 Skövde SWEDEN ABSTRACT Data...
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  • Marketing
    development business plan. (A business plan for a more complex project such as an international joint-venture, or the formation of a new company including manufacturing plant or other overhead activities would need to include relevant information and financials about the overheads and resources concerned...
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  • Erp and Manufacturing
    available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0263-5577.htm IMDS 111,1 Implementation of ERP of the Australian manufacturing companies Maruf Hasan and Nga T. Trinh School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia 132 Received 24 May 2010 Revised 14 July...
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  • Scm Dissertation
    Doctoral dissertations in logistics and supply chain management A review of Scandinavian contributions from 1990 to 2001 Ebbe Gubi Center for Industrial Production, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark Jan Stentoft Arlbjùrn Lego System A/S, Global Supply Chain, Development and Control, Denmark...
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  • Manufacturing of a Product
    Head: MANUFACTURING OF A PRODUCT 1 MANUFACTURING OF A PRODUCT UNDERSTANDING WHAT IT TAKES Sylvia Dembkowski Introduction to Business BUSN105-1102A Professor Thomas Gilchrist AIU May 20, 2011 Unit Four IP Running Head: MANUFACTURING OF A PRODUCT 2 Abstract This essay will review the 4...
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  • Stastical Analysis Survey Report
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Ambition and perseverance cannot lead a person successfully onto his goal without proper guidance. Great men succeeded in life; since they were earlier guided in the right directions. Even without the right guidance the person with great potential to succeed, wander aimlessly...
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  • Supply Chain Strategy, Product Characteristics, and Performance Impact: Evidence from Chinese Manufacturers∗
    strategies and empirically tests the supply chain strategy model that posits lean, agile, and lean/agile approaches using data collected from 604 manufacturing firms in China. Cluster analyses of the data indicate that Chinese firms are adopting a variation of lean, agile, and lean/agile supply chain strategies...
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  • control
    issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/1463-5771.htm BIJ 19,4/5 Evolving benchmarking practices: a review for research perspectives 444 Paul Hong Department of Information Operations and Technology Management, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio...
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  • Ethical Seminar
    twenty-first century supply chain. Design/methodology/approach – A case study with a paper manufacturing company in China is conducted. Primary data is collected through interviews with managers of the company. The reengineering activities and processes, and the soft issues of supplier relationship...
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  • Managing Production Ramp-Up in Manufacturing Networks
    Managing Production Ramp-Up in Manufacturing Networks Abstract Production and manufacturing companies today in a bid to achieve time to market and time to volume makes use of production ramp-up. Effective and rapid returns in investing in newly manufactured product to maintain cost and volume as well...
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