Collecting data and cutting quality related costs

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Collecting data and cutting quality related costs “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it“ – one of the most cited “managerial truths“. Some say it’s not an absolute truth. Even the author of this idea is uncertain, some says it was said by Dr. Deming, other say that Deming only refer to Lloyd […]

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Full ERP versus Production Controlling

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Full ERP versus Production Controlling ERP (Enterprise resource planning) software or system is considered by many managers a “must have” to make the right decisions. It has many supporters in business world. Although, it looks like the “complete solution” for a company, it could have some insufficiencies. So, what an ERP contains or what are […]

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Computer quality control in apparel industry

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Nowadays many industries use computer science for quality control. Apparel industry also tries to develop proper quality control systems using information technology. The apparel industry is characterized by lot of handwork, precisely defined production process and large series. So, basically every employee does a small part of the hole process. Quality deficiencies in textile industry are […]

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The controlling process

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The controlling process for different companies or other organization can be very different, still there are some general steps. First we have to define what to control, then to set objectives and standards, followed by choosing the right measurement tools and methods, measuring performance, comparing measured performance to the set objectives and standards and taking […]

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Controlling, the 4th management function

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Controlling management function Most of management theoreticians agree about the four major functions of management. The planning function decides the direction, the organizing function provides the resources, the leader pulls after him the organization. It looks like a complete circle, BUT. We still need something to ensure that the organization performs up to the objectives. […]

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The scientific approach in industrial management by Taylor

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At the beginning of scientific approach in industrial management, some great specialists, like Taylor, Fayol and Weber developed a few interesting theories. In the followings we’ll present some of Taylor’s assumptions about the rational organization of industrial work: – productivity can be significantly increased based on experimental analyses of work equipment development and placement – […]

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Scientific productivity increase

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The 20th century proved us the necessity of the systematic approach of management, including the management of industrial organization for the scientific productivity increase. The operational work sciences systems’ main characteristics and application’s fields Developing working system and working bases: – at the direct production’s level: – assuring physical conditions (working equipments, installations, location) – […]

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The importance of production controlling systems

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Why companies introduce production controlling systems? Specialists (theoretical and practical) have different versions about the importance of production controlling systems and it’s causes. Some of them consider it “trendy”… No convincing reason. Some of them want to cut manufacturing costs. Better reason, but still not a complete answer. I propose to start from the main […]

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In order to improve productivity, manufactures need a vigorous production control. As new company develops managers are not able to simply observe all employee's efficiency. They need managerial and technical tools to measure, control their production and find ways to improve it.