The survey upon which this work was based sought to establish production managers' areas of responsibility, the use pattern of several techniques, and the reasons why some techniques are used rarely. Thirty-five widely promulgated techniques were grouped into eight categories for the purpose of the survey. The questionnaire used in this work was designed (1) to establish main areas of responsibility of the production managers in the manufacturing industry, (2) to discover use patterns of several proven production management techniques, and (3) to investigate the reasons for no or low usage. Only those techniques that were shown from previous studies to be most likely to be used were included in the survey. They were divided into two groups.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Production and Inventory Management|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Dec 1987|