When implemented as a comprehensive manufacturing strategy JIT TPS and lean

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31.When implemented as a comprehensive manufacturing strategy, JIT, TPS, and lean systems sustaincompetitive advantage and result in increased overall returns. 32.Because most services cannot be inventoried, there is little place for JIT to help service organizations achieve competitive advantage. MULTIPLE CHOICE 33.What does TPS stand for? 34.Which of the following is generally found in most JIT environments? 35.Which one of the following is not a benefit of the implementation of JIT? a.cost reductionb.variability increasec.rapid throughputd.quality improvemente.rework reductionb (Just-in-time (JIT), easy)187
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36.Which of the following is not a reason for variability? 37.Which of the following is specifically characterized by a focus on continuous improvement, respectfor people, and standard work practices? 38.Which of the following is specifically characterized by continuous and forced problem solving via a focus on throughput and reduced inventory?
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