Characteristics of jit management, Business Management

Characteristics of  JIT Management

JIT  management   has high  degree of several Japanese cultural aspects in  its development. The  characteristics of JIT  management can  be stated as:

1. JIT management  allows  an organization  to meet  consumer demand ( internal and external)  regardless of the level of demand. This  is made possible through the use of a pull system of production.

2. JIT  allows a reduction in  raw materials work in process and finished goods  inventories. This  frees up a greater amount of space and time between operations within plants.

3. The JIT  production  technique  uses containers for holding parts.  This allows  easy  identification and monitoring  of inventory levels.

4. The degree  of time lapsed between  material s rivals process and assembly of the finial   production  consumers is minimized.

5. An  element  of JIT  production  requires that  the plant  be clean  i ,e, there  should  be no wastes  present which may hinder  production.

6. JIT  production  involves the use  of visible singles to display the sat us of machinery.

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