By A. K. Kochhar
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The information flow is highly computerized using a standard system. Only a small procentage of the information is on paper. All employees both at the shop floor and in the planning are well-qualified. The utilisation of the competence in the daily problem-solving varies. Personel in the planning utilises their competence to a high degree. The activities on the shop floor are still more tied given less opportunity of using the competence efficiently. The resulting functionality of the production system with respect to lead time, quality and costs is satisfactory.
In this article only individual competence is considered. Component groups The following Figure 3 based on the SADTprinciple illustrates some of the different parameters which enter into the concept of competence : Component group A It is important to realise that competence is a much wider concept than qualifications. In the Operation group A Operation groups Leadership, resources, culture, climate, instructions, guidance etc. control Figure 2 Different levels of description The decision on which level to organise your tasks will also defme the organisation of the employees, the competence required to carry out the sub-tasks, the information necessary to assist the employees in decision making, and the technology used for the physical production and the information processing.
In a production company data are related to products (product specifications), methods, quality etc. Sant states in 1977 that the basis for a production is given by product-, methods and quality specifications . 2) Data process description deals with the function and co-ordination of the data. How are the data related to the different processes/activities in a company. Flow diagrams are tools used to represent this description. 3) Data network description which deals with the system architecture.
Proceedings of the Thirty-Second International Matador Conference by A. K. Kochhar