Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution
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Next, the two firms, abetted by state-of-the-art data and telecommunication
linkups among numerous plants, were able to eliminate even Levi's in-plant
sorting and storage. The Milliken delivery truck is now a meticulously stocked "
Process and product innovation goes on constantly. Machine operators at Elgin
and Worthington routinely work with customers, in the plant, to solve problems. 6.
Customers are in the plant all the time, and plant workers are out with customers
For instance, at Sharonville, Ohio, "a decision [was reached in 1981] by the plant
manager, supported by the division, to reorganize the plant hierarchy. The
general supervisor level was completely eliminated [my emphasis]. In its place,
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Creating Total Customer Responsiveness
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