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Quick Response Manufacturing

A Companywide Approach to Reducing Lead Times

Rajan Suri

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Developed by the author and now being employed by a number of businesses, Quick Response Manufacturing (QRM) is an expansion of time-based competition, aimed at a single target with the goal of reducing lead times. The key difference between QRM and other time-based programs is that QRM covers an entire organization, from the shop floor to the office, to sales and beyond. Providing guidelines for establishing a QRM enterprise, this volume builds upon kaizen, TQM, TPM, and other practice to help organizations streamline all functions of their operation. It shows how to quickly introduce products, along with ways to rethink materials and production management.


Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Seitenzahl 576
Erscheinungsdatum 01.06.1998
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-56327-201-1
Verlag Taylor and Francis
Maße (L/B/H) 23.5/16/3.6 cm
Gewicht 1032 g
Abbildungen farbige, schwarzweisse Abbildungen


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  • PART ONE: A New Way of Thinking Stems from One Principle Chapter One: QRM: Not Just Another Buzzword Chapter Two: Benefits of QRM Chapter Three: The Response Time Spiral -- Legacy of the Scale and Cost Management Strategies PART TWO: Rethinking Production and Materials Management Chapter Four: Reorganizing Production Chapter Five: Structured Methodology for Implementing Cellular Manufacturing Chapter Six: Creative Rethinking for Cellular Manufacturing Chapter Seven: Capacity and Lot-Sizing Decisions Chapter Eight: Material and Production Planning in the QRM Enterprise Chapter Nine: POLCA -- The New Material Control and Replenishment System for QRM Chapter Ten: Customer and Supplier Relations PART THREE: Rethinking Office Operations Chapter Eleven: Principles of Quick Response for Office Operations Chapter Twelve: Tools to Support Q-ROC Implementation Chapter Thirteen: System Dynamics Principles for Quick Response PART FOUR: QRM for Rapid New Product Introduction Chapter Fourteen: Extending Quick Response to New Product Introduction PART FIVE: Creating the QRM Enterprise Chapter Fifteen: Management Mind-Set to Support QRM Chapter Sixteen: Organizational Structure, Performance Measurement, and Cost Systems Chapter Seventeen: Steps to Successful Implementation of a QRM Program Appendix Endnotes About the Author Index