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 World-class manufacturers have established as an


operating goal that they will be world class. They
use this information to establish organizational
goals and objectives, which they communicate to
all members of the enterprise, and they
continuously measure and assess the performance
of the system against these objectives and regularly
assess the appropriateness of the objectives to
attaining world-class statusr

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 World-class manufacturers instill and


constantly reinforce within the
organization the principle that the
system and everyone in it must know
their customers and must seek to
satisfy the needs and wants of
customers and other stakeholders.
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` world-class manufacturer integrates


all elements of the manufacturing
system to satisfy the needs and wants of
its customers in a timely and effective
manner. It eliminates organizational
barriers to permit improved
communication and to provide high-
quality products and services.
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ámployee involvement and empowerment


are recognized by world-class
manufacturers as critical to achieving
continuous improvement in all elements of
the manufacturing system. Management's
opportunity to ensure the continuity of
organizational development and renewal
comes primarily through the involvement
of the employee!
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` world-class manufacturer encourages and motivates its


suppliers and vendors to become coequals with the other
elements of the manufacturing system. This demands a
commitment and an expenditure of effort by all elements
of the system to ensure their proper integration.

 
World-class manufacturers recognize the
importance of metrics in helping to define
the goals and performance expectations for
the organization.
They adopt or develop appropriate metrics to
interpret and describe quantitatively the
criteria used to measure the effectiveness of
the manufacturing system and its many
interrelated components.

 
  

World-class manufacturers recognize that


stimulating and accommodating continuous
change forces them to experiment and assess
outcomes. They translate the knowledge
acquired in this way into a framework, such
as a model, that leads to improved
operational decision making while
incorporating the learning process into their
fundamental operating philosophy!
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 World-class manufacturers view technology
as a strategic tool for achieving world-class
competitiveness by all elements of the
manufacturing organization. High priority is
placed on the discovery, development, and
timely implementation of the most relevant
technology and the identification and
support of people who can communicate and
implement the results of research!
 Modern Manufacturing
organizations cant be
competitive if it continuous
to operate as loosely
coalesced group of
independent elements.