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The Effects of Product, Process, and Facilities Characteristics on the Conversion Processes and Outcomes for Cellular Manufacturing : An Empirical Study

Choi, Moo-Jin   (Department of MIS, Keimyung UniversityUU0000145  ); Jun, Minjoon   (Department of Management, College of Busines, Administration and Economics, New Mexico State UniversityUU0014176  );
  • 초록

    The conversion processes from traditional job shops to cellular manufacturing systems can be viewed as an aggregation of cause-and-effect relationships among many strategic, managerial, and technical variables. Therefore, management needs to fully understand these interacting variables and possible relationships between the variables to successfully convert their plants to cellular manufacturing systems. The purpose of this study is to assist such management's needs in part. The objectives of this research are i) investigating contingency variables that may affect the conversion processes and outcomes to cellular manufacturing systems and ii) examining relationships between the variables and the conversion processes and outcomes. In this paper, particularly three categories of variables are examined: product, process routing, and process technology / facilities characteristics. Literature review and the mail survey method are used. The results are compared and synthesized with the findings of previous studies for useful discussions. Some previous arguments and propositions are empirically supported.


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