Reference Note on Process Design
1969 | Case No. OM11
Process design describes the efforts made by an organization to identify and establish the most efficient method of producing the valuable output which it offers for sale or use. In manufacturing situations, it extends from the design of an assembly department with two workers producing candy to the intricate dovetailing of the assembly operations in an auto plant.
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