The Process Model for Shop Floor Management Implementation

@article{Hanenkamp2013ThePM,
  title={The Process Model for Shop Floor Management Implementation},
  author={Nico Hanenkamp},
  journal={Industrial Engineering and Management},
  year={2013}
}
  • N. Hanenkamp
  • Published 2013
  • Business
  • Industrial Engineering and Management
During the early 1990s, the Toyota Production System (TPS) became widely accepted across the industrialized world. Companies from different industries gained in experience by applying lean principles as well as by developing and refining customized approaches to optimize products and processes. From a practical standpoint, the implementation of TPS- elements such as one-piece-flow, visual standards or U-shaped layouts, can easily be identified on the shop floor. Meanwhile, most of the… 

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