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Synergies of Three Letters Syndrome for Revitalizing Manufacturing

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Synergies of Three Letters Syndrome for Revitalizing Manufacturing
— Research on Just-in-Time (JIT), Total Quality Management (TQM), Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Theory of Constraints (TOC) generally investigate the implementation and impact of these programs in isolation. However, many researchers believe and argue conceptually the value of understanding the joint implementation and effect of manufacturing programs. This paper investigates the relationship among these three letters paradigm and describes a synergistic relationship among JIT, TOC, TPM, TQM, and SCM. The survey results of 45 Indian manufacturing industries underlines the need of joint implementation for revitalizing manufacturing. The theoretical argument leads to conclusion that the organization which have implemented jointly will outperform the organizations that have implemented only one or none.
M. A. Venkatesh, Vishnu D. Wakchaure, Shrikant P.
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where ENGL
Authors M. A. Venkatesh, Vishnu D. Wakchaure, Shrikant P. Kallurkar
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