Productivity Measurement and the Relationship between Plant Performance and JIT Intensity

@inproceedings{Callen2001ProductivityMA,
  title={Productivity Measurement and the Relationship between Plant Performance and JIT Intensity},
  author={Jeffrey L. Callen and Mindy Morel and Christina Fader},
  year={2001}
}
The management accounting and operations management literatures argue that the adoption of advanced manufacturing practices, such as JIT, necessitates complementary changes in the firm's Management Accounting and Control Systems. This study uses a sample of JIT and non-JIT plants operating in the Canadian automotive parts manufacturing industry to study the interaction between performance outcomes, intensity of JIT practices and productivity measurement. This study provides evidence that… CONTINUE READING

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