Processes as production systems, Project Management

Processes as Production Systems

A production system refers to how an organization   organizes material flow using different process technologies. There are five major types of  production system  that have been generally identified:

  1. Project
  2. Job shop
  3. Batch Production ( Disconnected Line)
  4. Assembly Line
  5. Continuous Flow
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