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Operations And Supply Chain Management
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Operations And Supply Chain Management

Operations And Supply Chain Management

Book edition 14th
Author(s) F. Robert Jacobs
Pages 800 pages
ISBN 9780078024023

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This refers to the fixed timing of the movement of items through a process.

A pacing is a scheduling mechanism coordinates the flow of things through a procedure.

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Pacing

The action of moving in paces, or even the order as well as scheduling of those steps. Assembly lines are frequently timed (for instance each 30 seconds, there is a flow of items from step to step). The majority of service procedures are untimed is referred to as pacing.

This refers to the fixed timing of the movement of items through a process is Pacing

Pacing relates to the set time of objects moving through the procedure. The flow of objects through every operation (as well as cycle) in a sequential procedure is usually paced mechanically in order to stay connected the line.

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