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Supply Chain Planning. Erklärung der Just-in-Time Philosophie von Taiichi Ohno. ('70)

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Just-in-Time

Was ist Just-in-Time? Definition

Just-in-time wurde oder auch bedarfssynchrone Produktion wurde durch Taiichi Ohno in Japan in den Auto-Montagewerken von Toyota in den frühen siebziger Jahren erforscht. Es ist eine Philosophie produzierender Organisationen.   JIT vermindert Ausschuss, indem Teile zur Verfügung gestellt werden, nur wenn der Montageprozess sie erfordert. Am Herzen von JIT liegt das Kanban, das japanische Wort für Karte. Diese Kanbankarte wird zum Lager geschickt, um eine Standardquantität von Teilen anzufordern, während und wenn diese im Montage-/Herstellungsprozess aufgebraucht worden sind. JIT erfordert Präzision, da die richtigen Teile „rechtzeitig“ in der richtigen Position (Arbeitsplatz am Fließband) ankommen müssen. Es wird hauptsächlich für sich wiederholende Herstellungsprozesse im großen Volumen verwendet.


Geschichte des Just-in-time

Historisch entstand die JIT Philosophie aus zwei anderen Sachen heraus:

  1. Japan's Wunsch, seine Produktionsqualität zu verbessern. Zu dieser Zeit hatten japanische Firmen einen schlechten Ruf, was Qualität der Herstellung und insbesondere der Autoherstellung anging.
  2. Kaizen-Konzept, auch eine japanische Methode von der ununterbrochenen Verbesserung.

Das Just-in-Time Rahmenwerk sieht Warenbestände als eine schlechte Entschuldigung für schlechte Planung, Inflexibilität, falsche Maschinerie, Qualitätsprobleme, etc. an. Das Ziel von JIT ist es, das Tempo der Kundenantwort zu beschleunigen und gleichzeitig eine Verminderung des Warenbestands zu erreichen. Vorräte helfen, auf ändernde Kundennachfragen schnell zu reagieren, aber kosten unvermeidlich Geld und erhöhen das erforderliche Arbeitskapital.


Im Jahr 1990 schrieb James Womack ein Buch, das „The Machine That Changed The World“ hieß und führte den Begriff „Schlanke Produktion“ ein. Sie können auch auf das Wort treffen: „Lean Production“. Die Grundregeln hinter diesen Ansätzen unterscheiden sich nicht wesentlich von den Techniken, die durch Ohno bei Toyota entwickelt wurden.


Bereiche zur Beachtung von Just-in-time

Typische Beachtungsbereiche der JIT Implementierungen schließen ein:

  • Warenbestandverringerung.
  • Kleinere Produktionslose und Losumfänge.
  • Qualitätskontrolle.
  • Komplexitätsverringerung und Transparenz.
  • Flache Organisationsstruktur und Delegation.
  • Ausschussminimierung.

Extern ausgedehntes Just-in-time

Durch die Ankunft des Internets und Supply Chain Planning-Software haben Firmen mittlerweile Just-in-Time Herstellung auch auf außerhalb der Firmengrenzen ausgedehnt. Indem sie von ihren Lieferanten die Lieferung von Warenbeständen zur Fabrik verlangen, nur wenn sie für die Montage benötigt werden, was JIT Herstellung, Bestellungs- und Lieferprozesse noch schneller, flexibler und effizienter macht. Auf diese Weise werden Integrated Supply Networks (Nachfrage-Netzwerke) oder Electronic Supply Chains gebildet.


Bedarfssynchrone Produktion | Just-in-time (JIT Philosophie)-Forum
  List of Barriers to Just-in-Time | Barriers to JIT
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To implement SMED, I need to determine the baseline on which processes are done now during the changeover. I wanted to FILM thi...
     
 
  Customer Support in Just in Time is Needed
I think for implementing Just-In-Time, the customer must support it with firm and better forecasting, co-operative and committed for inwarding supplies as per the issued schedules. Else we will get sandwiched between performance and customer r...
     
 
  Can Just-in-Time Work Without Kanban?
Just-in-Time is a basic philosophy or a paradigm. If you read about it, you still have no idea HOW to do it.

Kanban however gives a practical way to achieve Just-in-Time. As Taiichi Ohno says:”Kanban, in essence, becomes the autono...
     
 
  The Principles of Lean
Lean works on certain principles:
1. Identify customer specific value (customer requirements);
2. Value stream mapping for the process (identify process);
3. Create flow (reduce cycle time);
4. Eliminate waste and non-value-added ...
     
 
  Classification of Lean Tools
Can you briefly explain how to classify lean tools?
I mean: different people seem to classify Lean tools in different ways, for example according to the 8 wastes. Who can give me another way to clas...
     
 
  Just-in-time Needs Flexibility
Of course, Just-in-time needs a flexible manufacturing system.
But actually, this flexibility has several aspects. For a proper functioning JIT-system, flexibility is required towards:
* Changes in product demand: the process ...
     
 
  How to Reduce the Vendor Risks with Just-in-Time ?
When we execute JIT, we normally require our vendor to prepare some stock to deliver fast.
If there are design change requests, or other products updates, how to reduce vendor stock risk?...
     
 
  The Impact of JIT on the Organization of Production Planning
JIT will have a strong impact on your organization of production planning.
With JIT, a factory should operate in a company similar as the autonomic nervous system in the human body. For example the human body will take care of our heartbeat and ...
     
 
  Why is a Sustainable Business Approach Capable of Removing So Much Inefficiency after years of JIT?
I had a very interesting conversation with someone who has become recently Chief Sustainability Officer of a top 10 pharma company (after years as global head of engineering there).
He is using a  
   
 
  Experiences with Including Purchased Parts in Kanban
Taiichi Ohno was plant manager of a Toyota factory when he started experimenting with JIT, Kanban and other Lean tools. This is one of his stories:
‘ … we used Kanban in select areas only and the purchased parts were the very last to be p...
     
 
  Just-in-time: Problematic or Possible?
Just-in-time (JIT) has always been a troublesome part of the management of any supply chain. However, it is feasible if the parties have a better understanding of their respective roles and the value each must bring to the chain.
Managing a supp...
     
 
  Definition of Just-in-time
JIT can be considered as:
1. A way of life
2. A philosophy of continuous improvement
3. A way to achieve manufacturing excellence by continually eliminating waste....
     
 
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  Information Velocity
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  Importance of Inventory Velocity
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  Lean Manufacturing Tools for Beginners
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  JIT is Playground for Big Companies
I think that JIT or zero inventory or any system aiming similar targets needs power to execute. There are three cushions against delivery time variability.
1. Stock
2. Extra capacity
3. Unhappy customers
Big companies may p...
     
 
  JIT in Variable Marketplaces
In trying to implement a JIT system within my organisation. We are finding difficulties due to the random flows we are seeing. This random flow of products is making it hard to establish optimal stock levels.
With optimal stock levels establishe...
     
 

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  Combining JIT and Outsourcing
JIT and outsourcing go hand in hand.
On one side it seems contradictory. JIT stands for producing and delivering to the customer what he wants when he wants. This is an extreme challenging condition. So you would expect that we should not furthe...
     
 
  Assumptions of Just-in-time (JIT)
Assumptions for effective JIT:
1. It depends on the type of product a company is manufacturing. JIT works best in food (perishable) business, fashion but can also be applied in cars manufacturing like in Toyota.
2. Deep buyer-supplier relat...
     
 

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Main Advantages of JIT?

Among the main causes for the success of Just-in-time are its capabilities to deal with certain major economic trends:
a. Deal with decrea...
Usage (application): Benefits of Just-in-time
 
 
 

Lean Tools to Attack Waste

What lean tools you can use for every waste you can find at your company?
Before you try to implement these lean tools you have to train your ass...
Usage (application): Waste Management, Waste Tools Overview
 
 
 

7 Things to Avoid in Just-in-Time

The seven zeros or seven areas of wastes in JIT / Lean Thinking are:
- Zero Defects: To avoid delays due to defects
- Zero (Excess) Lot Siz...
Usage (application): Just-in-Time Pitfalls
 
 
 

Use of Andon as Part of Just-in-time

Just-in-time is a pull-system. That means that when the customer places his order, the machine starts rolling.
Of course the whole organiz...
Usage (application): Signaling Abnormalities
 
 
 

The 8 Wastes of Lean Explained

T - Transport - Moving people, products & information
I - Inventory - Storing parts, pieces, documentation ahead of requirements
M - Motion ...
Usage (application): Waste Management
 
 
 

Standard Work in Just-in-Time

A just-in-time organization has to be capable to function 100% reliable when ‘pulled’ by the customer.
To achieve this readiness the organ...
Usage (application): Just-in-Time
 
 
 

Operation Management Issues and Focus Areas

According to Heizer and Render, there are 10 decision areas of Operation Management (each having typical issues):
1. Goods and Services De...
Usage (application): Operations Management, JIT, Kaizen
 
 
 

How to Focus your Improvement Efforts?

Very often organizations consider continuous improvement as committing on improvement efforts, and thus creating projects to implement them, in all ar...
Usage (application): Achieve More With Less, Kaizen, BPR, JIT, Lean, Value Chain
 
 
 

Synonyms of Just-in-time (JIT)

Instead of JIT, you may also find the following similar terms:
- Continuous Flow Manufacturing (IBM)
- Stockless Production (HP)
- Repe...
Usage (application): Other Terms that are used to Indicate JIT
 
 
 

JIT II

The term JIT II has been applied as co-location and is a further step toward reducing unnecessary logistics times and costs and exploring further oppo...
Usage (application): JIT with supplier
 
 
 

Obtaining a High Supplier Quality

W. Edward Deming, a well-known management consultant, strongly recommended Sole (Single) Sourcing as the only management way to obtain high supplier q...
Usage (application): Best Practice to Consider
 
 

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