Lean and JIT Manufacturing

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Lean and JIT Manufacturing

Is there any difference between Lean and JIT Production?

  Eric Schmitz
Consultant, Belgium
 

Lean is not JIT

JIT is only one of the tools of Lean. Lean itself a total business strategy! So you can have a lean business strategy, operational plan and so on that does not have JIT.

  Pascal De Roock, Belgium
 

Lean and JIT Manufacturing

Yes there is a difference even more this are two different things! Lean is a strategy based upon:
1) Elimination of all waste (8points)
2) Continuous improvement
3) Customer service and last but not least respect for people.
JIT is like it says: just in time => is perfectly possible with a lot of stock and unnecessary process steps.
In my opinion JIT is not one of the tools of lean, for me it's also a strategy you choose. But it can help you to make the company more "lean".

  Rino Di Nicola, Italy
 

Lean and JIT

Lean is a way to think while JIT is a tool to do this one

  Chris, USA
 

Three Philosophies of Lean

I always teach my classes that in order for a comp...

  Rajeev Kumar, India
 

JIT Part of TQM

The four guiding principles of TQM are: - delight...

  Sabari
Analyst, India
 

JIT and Lean

Lean is defined as producing the right parts, in t...

  vijay kumar
Student (MBA), United Kingdom
 

Lean and JIT are Exhaustive Strategies

Lean and JIT are both exhaustive strategy approach...

 

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