Sustainability versus Just-in-time
Eric Schmitz, Consultant, Belgium, SIG Leader
Maybe there is no difference in impact between the two strategies. Maybe the difference is only in the focus.
If just-in-time is properly applied, then there is a continuous circle of improvement. However if a just-in-time is just a one-time-implementation of a system without the power of improvement, then there will remain a tremendous mountain of opportunities.
But the same can happen wih a sustainability approach.
The strenght of a strategy or philosophy is mostly delivered by the people and only parly by the theory
Who can (dis-)agree?