21.1 READ from the Textbook page 395 the CASE STUDY. Thoroughly respond to all three discussion questions below:
1) If something as trivial as a missing screw or broken tool can stop a JIT/Lean production line, how could Ohno consider that to be a power of the concept?
2) Discuss what would likely happen if a needed screw or a working tool is missing from a traditional mass production line.
3) What are the implications of a JIT/Lean production system that employs buffer stocks of materials and parts? What is the potential for a non-manufacturing organization to benefit from employment of JIT/Lean?
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