It is not sufficient just to make the decision to implement just‐in‐time (JIT) and then let events run their course. It is important also to have in place an auditing procedure that can monitor that JIT is being implemented efficiently and correctly. These procedures should ideally monitor performance and ensure that potential benefits are being derived. Items in the present checklist are based on both entensive examination of JIT literature, in order to identify major factors, and three years′ study of JIT implementation. The procedure monitors 77 items, divided into five groups, covering all aspects of manufacturing organization.
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