• Wengart Aircraft
    . 6. Poor Customer Relations Wengart has a very poor/weak approach when it comes to maintaining its customer relationships, in fact there isn’t any retention strategies and communications strategies. 7. No JIT & TQM methods It’s clear from the case that there is no Just-In...
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  • Wengart Aircraft
    WENGART AIRCRAFT Abstract This case analysis focuses on Organizational Development (OD) techniques that Wengart Aircraft Company can utilize to implement a Total Quality management (TQM) program to integrate all aspects of the corporation to enhance production operations, improve overall...
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  • Wengart Aircraft
    Case Analysis Wengart Aircraft Paula Huggard Organizational Development Wengart Aircraft is not able to maximize profits as evidenced by its ranking of sixth out of seven in its industry. Aircraft rework is a quality problem that is increasing even to the extent that some rework is being...
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  • Case: Wengart Aircraft
    Case: Wengart Aircraft President Ralph Larsen of Wengart Aircraft has become increasingly concerned about profits. Though he is not fearful of a company takeover, he does feel an obligation to maximize shareholders’ return on their investment. He and about a dozen top executives receive sizable...
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  • Wengart Aircraft
    | Case Analysis | | | | The one of the macro problems Wengart Aircraft is having is that they are the second largest company in the industry but are only ranked sixth in profitability (Brown, 2011). Wengart gets a large amount of contracts but they are spending a lot of money...
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  • Weingart Aircraft Case
    program was a matter of common sense (Brown, 2011, p. 365). I. Problems A. Macro 1. Wengart Aircraft should mandate total quality management throughout the whole company. All groups should be embracing this change including the CEO and other top managers must visibly support TQM, which is not...
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  • Unilever Australian Petone Case Analysis
    Analysis of the case Unilever Australian Petone is a striking example of the up-to-date managed company which implements the modern management techniques to keep up with the times. New principles and techniques such as JIT and ECR allow the company to be more effective to satisfy the customer...
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  • Strategic Operations Management - Moog Controls
    INTRODUCTION Moog Inc. is widely known as a worldwide manufacturer of aircraft and air control components and systems and other avionics instruments, navigation aids, state-of-the-art electronics, engine controls, surveillance and sensor systems, surgical instruments, robotics and many more...
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  • Supply Chain
    product/service bundle of Denel. 1.1 Aircraft MRO (Aviation) Maintenance, repair and overhaul of fixed and rotary wing aircraft in military and civilian service. 1.2 Aircraft Production and Component Manufacturing (Aviation) Manufacturing of sheet metal and machined components for the aircraft...
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  • Operations Management Final
    aircraft at the gate faster than its competitors is another major issue for SWA because even a single minute reduction in aircraft turnaround time system wide means additional seat-miles being added to the available capacity of Southwest Airlines. Chapter 7 Planning Capacity Video Case: Constraint...
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  • Just in Time
    Reese [7] have studied a headlight manufacturing industry, which was making JIT deliveries to a German car manufacturer with logistic constraints. The practical case shows how acceleration of the distribution process in the supply can become an efficient solution. Freeland [8] administered a...
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  • What Is Operations Management
    have to look at the Customer Order Cycle (the time the customers are willing to wait) and the leadtime for getting supplies. If the supplier has a short lead time, lean production is possible. If the COC is short, agile production is beneficial. What is JIT? Just in time (JIT) is a production...
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  • Project Management
    Production and Operations Management Case Studies Case 1: Product Development Risks You have the opportunity to invest INR 100 billion for your company to develop a jet engine for commercial aircrafts. Development will span 5 years. The final product costing Rs. 500 million / unit could reach a...
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  • The Logistics of Jit
    ). implementing JIT causes the locations of parts suppliers to become concentrated or dispersed; and the things which can be considered as contributing factors in such concentrations or dispersals. However, much of this research has consisted of case studies on the Japanese automobile industry’s...
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  • Jit Manufacturing
    Time (JIT) manufacturing and inventory control system, they purchase materials and produce units only as needed to meet actual customers demand. In just in time manufacturing system inventories are reduced to the minimum and in some cases is zero. JIT approach can be used in both manufacturing and...
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  • Boeing Case
    Introduction : The case traces the history of Boeing, one of the two makers of commercial aircraft. At last in the year 2006 Boeing have recovered from its multi year setback in its competitive position with its competitor Airbus industries in the commercial aircraft industry. From mid 1990...
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  • Ba Main Transformation Process
    in this case is the new flight destination in BA and the process of this will also be defined at this stage. The components of the new flight destination may be the aircraft, cabin crew, pilot, information leaflets and arrangement of new flight path and times. BA is part of a mass...
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  • Corus - Continuous Improvement
    . This case study focuses on how Corus used its knowledge and experience of continuous improvement (CI) to win new business. Continuous improvement is a tool that gives competitive advantage. This means the business can move ahead of competitors and increase its market share. Using skills and...
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  • A Survey of Information Technologies in Logistics Management
    have better opportunity to leverage IT since they need to have interoperable IT systems with their customers. The business philosophy of Just-In-Time (JIT) has also contributed to the impact of IT in logistics. Further, information technologies are identified that has benefited the logistics. Future...
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  • Essay
    providers have better opportunity to leverage IT since they need to have interoperable IT systems with their customers. The business philosophy of Just-In-Time (JIT) has also contributed to the impact of IT in logistics. Further, information technologies are identified that has benefited the...
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