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    Just In Time (JIT)

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    I need help with the following:

    Assume that you are an expert on a selected TQ model from on of the TQ model/methods below, please defend the selected TQ model/method in which you identify a specific TQ model/method and present it to your organization's leadership so that they can incorporate it into the organization's strategic planning process.

    Possible models include:

    a. Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)

    b. International Organization for Standards (ISO 9000 and 14,000)

    c. Value chain analysis

    d. Six Sigma

    e. Lean manufacturing, or service

    f. Theory of constraints

    g. Just In Time (JIT)

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    I need help with the following:

    Assume that you are an expert on a selected TQ model from on of the TQ model/methods below, please defend the selected TQ model/method in which you identify a specific TQ model/method and present it to your organization's leadership so that they can incorporate it into the organization's strategic planning process.

    Possible models include:

    a. Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)

    b. International Organization for Standards (ISO 9000 and 14,000)

    c. Value chain analysis

    d. Six Sigma

    e. Lean manufacturing, or service

    f. Theory of constraints

    g. Just In Time (JIT)

    I have chosen JIT as TQM MODEL
    JIT is a philosophy of continuous improvement in which non-value-adding activities (or wastes) are identified and JIT is not about automation. JIT eliminates waste by providing the environment to perfect and simplify the processes. JIT is a collection of techniques used to improve operations. It can also be a new production system that is used to produce goods or services.
    According to Wikipedia, Just in Time (JIT) is an inventory strategy implemented to improve the return on investment of a business by reducing in-process inventory and its associated costs.
    Companies such a Fleetwood RV's, Toyota and Harley-Davison have seen a tremendous improvement of their products with the implementation of just-in-time inventory programs .The purpose of the JIT method is to reduce cost and time allowing inventory purchased or delivered to spend less time in production or storage.
    In the peer review, Does Manufacturing Need to Make JIT Delivery Work? The author Seyed-Mahomand Aghazadeh list five ...

    Solution Summary

    This explains the concept of Just In Time (JIT) and INVENTORY TURNOVER RATIO elaborated by examples

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