Increasing Productivity By Total Quality Management And Constraint Management
The paper argues that the total quality management concept and its implementation is the critical need for the survival of industries. In the meantime, lean manufacturing and constraint management could work together to improve productivity, efficiency and quality. The article discusses the environment in which businesses are operating, the effect of the total quality management on productivity and presents some of the benefits that were realized by implementing total quality management. Direct benefits from combining the concepts of lean manufacturing and constrained management during the productivity improvement process by using automation reduce production cycle times by more effectively designing and scheduling the movement of robots. The ultimate goal is to satisfy customers demand. The paper discusses how constrained management substantially increases production.
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