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Six Sigma: Does It Belong in the Manufacturing Curriculum
Six Sigma has morphed through three generations: focus on quality to focus on process improvement (cost reduction) to focus on value (a strategic management strategy). This paper will discuss the three generations of...
Developing a Manufacturing Plant Layout Utilizing Best-In-Class Concepts of Lean Manufacturing and Theory of Constraints of Optimal Macro-Flow
Developing a plant layout for a manufacturing facility is a project that utilizes a combination of art and science. Although creating plant layouts has been an activity that has been performed by manufacturing and...
Digital Manufacturing and Simulation Curriculum
Ohio Northern University is in the tenth year of a curriculum utilizing advanced industrial computer simulation software. The virtual simulation classes are offered in a sequence of three quarters, earning four credits...
The Value of Value Stream Mapping to Students
This paper provides a discussion of the value of teaching the lean manufacturing topic of Value Stream Mapping (VSM) to senior students in engineering. Value Stream Mapping is a technique that is used to view, on a...
Greening the Supply Chain: Development of a Computer Game to Teach Environmentally Benign Manufacturing
Over the past decade, both massively multiplayer games and simulation games have reached new levels of sophistication and retained enormous mainstream audiences. Developments in digital technology allow new...
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