Study questions for THE GOAL
Do you think that the people at the Bearington plant are like most manufacturing people
in most companies?
Do you feel that the Bearington plant has the right equipment and technology to do the
They have the right te
Describe the context and times in which this book was written.
What is what Taylor describes as Ordinary Management?
Contrast with scientific method which allows workers to rely on methods were not
What does Taylor mean by
Phases and Artifacts
Executing, Monitoring and Controlling
Project proposal: A project proposal includes: description of the
work, business case, alternatives considered, impact of not
Please read at least chapters 2, 6, and 11 in Out of the Crisis by W. Edwards Deming.
1. Explain the meaning and implications of Points 1 and 2 of the 14 Points for
a. Dont do things better but find better things to do
b. To have long term cus
Discussion questions for The Machine that Changed the World.
1. What is craft manufacturing? What characterizes the products made using craft
production? Who makes the decisions about how the work gets done? Who evaluates
the quality of the work? Give exa
Sarah Sakany, Marissa Wheeler, Victor Tran, Martin Liu, Jennifer Khan
Round 1: Control group
Round 2: Process Improvement
Distance measurement (cm)
Education Management Systems in Nigeria
Why is an EMIS important to Nigeria?
Emis is important to better facilitate education within the country and create a
uniform system. Because its so decentralized you n
Simply, lean means creating more value for customers with fewer
The principles of Lean were first developed by Toyota.
These principles are:
Focus on the producer.
The elimination o