Decision-making at operational level
One of the universal characteristics of all organization concerns their attempts to achieve high product quality at low price. For that reason, the contemporary organizations direct their attempts to improve the utilization of workers’ potential and adopt the line-stopping strategies at the shop .The research presented in this thesis aims at analyzing and revealing to what extent the decisions at the shop floor depend on operators. The conclusions drawn in this paper contribute to determination of the scope of operators’ responsibilities and examination of the ways in which workers maintain the process uninterrupted. The role of operators for attaining the desired product quality is presented as well. These objectives have been accomplished through theoretical work.
School:Högskolan i Jönköping
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:decision operator shop floor resopnsibilities feedback
Date of Publication:06/28/2007