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Running head: KANBAN SYSTEM TO OPTIMIZE INVENTORY LEVELS 1 Liberty University BUSI 613-B03 LUO Journal Review 1 January 20, 2019 The author’s purpose is to enlighten us on the just in time production system known as Kanban system that was developed by Taiiohi Ohnos; who was the vice president of Toyota
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KANBAN SYSTEM TO OPTIMIZE INVENTORY LEVELS 2 motor company at that time, (Tagaduan, 2009). This system entailed a notification by a card process that initiated the authorization of inventory movement. Tagaduan’s (2009) research discovered that: In the production system of Toyota, stock was strictly controlled at lower levels by use of a manual Kanban system with two cards. The two cards are attached to standardized containers to move pieces from one cell to another. A Kanban circulation card is similar
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