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- Theory of constraints: a theory for operations management
- What is the Theory of Constraints, and How Does it Compare to Lean Thinking?
- Theory of Constraints with respect o Synchronous Manufacturing
Womack and Daniel T.
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Theory of constraints: a theory for operations management
The purpose of this paper is to suggest that the theory of constraints TOC can serve as a general theory in operations management. A second important purpose is to show that TOC, as a theory, has properties essential for a good theory. Using a commonly accepted categorization of operations decisions process, quality, inventory and capacity , traditional views, and approaches to operations decisions to those inherent in the TOC are compared. The paper concludes that the TOC provides approaches to operations decisions that avoid pitfalls of local optimization by reaching across functional boundaries in organizations. In addition, while the TOC appears to meet the criteria of a good theory, it has not been empirically tested for the most part. The TOC can serve as a unifying theory or theme for operations management, providing new insights for researchers and an organizing principle for teachers.
The Big Idea — Every process has a constraint bottleneck and focusing improvement efforts on that constraint is the fastest and most effective path to improved profitability. The Theory of Constraints is a methodology for identifying the most important limiting factor i. In manufacturing, the constraint is often referred to as a bottleneck. The Theory of Constraints takes a scientific approach to improvement. It hypothesizes that every complex system, including manufacturing processes, consists of multiple linked activities, one of which acts as a constraint upon the entire system i. So what is the ultimate goal of most manufacturing companies? To make a profit — both in the short term and in the long term.
What is the Theory of Constraints, and How Does it Compare to Lean Thinking?
Theory of Constraints with respect o Synchronous Manufacturing
Introduction Synchronized manufacturing SM is any systematic way that attempts to move material quickly and smoothly through the various resources of the plant in concert with market demand Synchronized manufacturing refers to the entire production system working together in harmony to achieve the goals of the firm 2. Hockey-Stick Phenomenon In most organizations there is a rush to meet quotas at the end of each month or other time period This rush results in the expediting of parts through the system Expediting of parts results in confusion, delays, extra setups, and usually overtime expenses 3. Hockey-Stick Phenomenon Problem arises because two sets of measurements are being used At beginning of month, cost accounting efficiency measures are used High efficiencies, minimal setups, etc.
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