The Human Factor in JIT Implementation: A Case Study of Ambrake Corporation - Implementing any new program in an organization requires support from most departments in the company. Implementation of a JIT system, however, requires complete support and understanding from every operational division in the organization, especially human resources. After much research on the subject, we have concluded ...
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