Control of Materials/Logistics Management Functions
Companies are constantly searching for new and better ways to improve their profit structure. Programs are established and given “catchy” designations, such as productivity improvement program (PIP), quality circles (QC), and profit efficiency program (PEP). Basically each of these programs is an attempt to improve productive control of critical resources. The key word is control.
KeywordsCorrective Action Management Function Efficiency Index Work Standard Management Control System
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