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Explain the objective(s) of Just In Time (JIT).

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Just-in-time (JIT) is an approach that has the objective of producing the right part in the right place at the right time and in the amount required. JIT seeks total elimination of waste. Waste results from any activity that adds cost ...

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Select one of the TQM models or methodologies below. Assume that you are an expert on the selected TQ model/method. Prepare a paper defending your selected TQM 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. No more than two references, and each one used must be cited.

Possible models include:
a. Continuous quality improvement (CQI)
b. International Organization for Standards (ISO 9000 and 14000)
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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