Force-field analysis - improving productivity, Operation Management

Force-field analysis - Improving Productivity 

Force-field analysis is based on the concept that any given level of productivity is the result of an equilibrium between driving (or impelling) forces and restraining (or impeding) forces that inhibit productivity. The target of the technique is therefore to increase the positive forces, although this sometimes results in increased resistance due to pressures placed on management.

Posted Date: 3/15/2013 3:53:40 AM | Location : United States

Related Discussions:- Force-field analysis - improving productivity, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Force-field analysis - improving productivity, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Force-field analysis - improving productivity Discussions

Write discussion on Force-field analysis - improving productivity
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions

According to Elyahu Goldratt, the TOC system uses a scheduling approach called _____. drum-buffer-rope drum-buffer-string drum-rope-buffer drum-buffer-line

Capacity planning involving hiring, layoffs, some new tooling, minor equipment purchases, and subcontracting is considered as which one of the following planning horizons?

Annual demand for number 2 pencils at the campus store is normally distributed with mean 1,000 and standard deviation 250. The store purchases the pencils for 6 cents each and sell

Explain important Terms of the factories act 1948. Important Terms of act: (a) Factory:  A place wherein ten or more persons are working and wherein a manufacturin

What are the relationships between perceptions, attitudes, behaviours, and job performance

Can you think of organizations that use a differentiation and low-cost strategies? 2. Specifically, what conceptual steps would you take to get from a differentiation or low-cost s

Do you think these primary external organizational considerations are the same across all industries, or do different industries (like manufacturing vs. health care) have different

Operations Function - Transformation Processes and Planning The operations function is concerned with the design of transformation processes, planning their use, and organisin

Consider a production system that consists of a single station with a production rate of 1 part per minute and a process variability given by Ce=1.