Prof. Dr. Constanze Clarke MPhil, MBA (auth.)'s Automotive Production Systems and Standardisation: From Ford PDF

By Prof. Dr. Constanze Clarke MPhil, MBA (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3790815780

ISBN-13: 9783790815788

ISBN-10: 3790816280

ISBN-13: 9783790816280

The creation of the Mercedes-Benz construction process (MPS) is exemplary of a development in the automobile undefined: the production and creation of company-specific standardised construction platforms. This booklet contributes to the controversy approximately creation structures via analyzing the social and financial implications of the function of standardisation in construction structures. during this context it addresses 3 middle concerns: First, the riding forces at the back of the altering types and capabilities of standardisation and the position of associations therein. moment, the influence of standardisation at the evolution of automobile construction structures. 3rd, according to the author's personal empirical learn carried out over a 3 12 months interval on the Mercedes-Benz plant Stuttgart-Untertürkheim/Germany, the e-book examines the impact of standardisation at the paintings of actors at the store flooring when it comes to organisational studying approaches and the rules of work.

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And Dickson 1949. 3 The USA: interchangeable parts and mass production 33 of Manufactured Product in 1931 which marked the birth of the Statistic Process Control (SPC). Initially, Shewhart control charts and other statistical processes were only applied by US companies (Juran 1995:557). Only America's involvement as supplier to the Allies in World War II, "brought the urgency of national and international standardization even more pointedly to the forefront" and standardisation "emerged as a technique of simplification for the conservation of national resources and enhancement of productive capacity" (Verman 1973:9).

In other words, a sign or mark is used to indicate a particular level of quality. 1 Third, quality assurance was initially part of the skills of a craftsman: craftsmanship stood for high quality. However, with the rise of guilds and trade associations, the quality was removed from the realm of production and placed into the hands of inspectors. Thus, quality control was no longer considered as part of the craftsman's job. Instead, inspectors checked the quality of products. This inspection of quality then necessitated a system of standards which would regulate how, what and when inspections were to be conducted.

As pointed already out in the methodological discussion above, this question was operationalised into an empirical survey and the results are presented in this fourth chapter. The purpose of this survey was to collect the opinion of actors on the shop floor during the implementation process of the MPS to thus examine changes in their perception towards the level of communication, leadership, teamwork, quality, and their own work; but also their direct perception of the MPS and the extent to which they are involved in the standard setting process.

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