The Just in Time (JIT) System
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This paper examines the Just in Time (JIT) System which IT organizations are using to get more innovative procurement and asset management approaches. This system provides dynamic capacity capability with practical and prearranged budget accountability. It offers a rapidly improving server and storage vendor. The paper goes on to give examples of several companies such as: Toyota, Ford and Chrysler. It also compares this system to other traditional systems such as the push and pull systems.
From the Paper:"The main idea behind the principle of Just in time (JIT) is to exclude the roots of manufacturing waste by getting just the right quantity of raw materials and generating just the right quantity of products in the right place at the right time. This manufacturing management method was first designed, developed and implemented by the Japanese in 1970's. The first company to use this technique in their manufacturing plants was Toyota. Toyota's main interest at that time was to meet consumer demands. Because of the success of JIT management, Taiichi Ohno of Toyota was named the Father of JIT. "
After the first introduction of JIT by Toyota, many companies followed up and around mid 1970's, it gained extended support and widely used by many companies.
One motivation for the Japanese for developing JIT and some other better production techniques was that after World War II, Japanese people had a very strong incentive to develop good manufacturing techniques to help them rebuild their economy. They also had strong working ethics, which concentrated more on work rather than leisure. The Japanese pursued continuous improvement and committed their lives to work. The Japanese were group conscious rather than individualistic and worked hard to achieve a common goal. These motivations were what drove and energized the Japanese economy to succeed. "
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