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2019 | z. 134 Management in Industry and Services | 181--192
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Analysis of the Causes of Incompatibilities in the Selected Production Processes

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Analysis of the incompatibilities occurring in an organization relies on identifying the problem and then applying the appropriate corrective and improvement actions. It is possible by using appropriate instruments of quality management and, basically, their sequence, which is a modern way of solving the problem, and it enables the improvement of functioning of an enterprise. Therefore, it is advisable to select an appropriate group of quality management instruments and use them in the appropriate sequence, because then they are complete and lead to full analysis and conclusions adequate to the problem. The aim of the article is to analyze the correlation and influence of the selected factors on the incompatibilities in selected processes, i.e. the production process of furniture fronts and furniture in general. Moreover, the idea is to use the appropriate sequence of instruments of quality management to solve various types of incompatibilities. The analysis was made at a company where a lot of different kinds of incompatibilities in processes were identified within 9 months. It was important to solve the problem for this enterprise because it was generating relatively large financial losses, and the lack of identified causes of the problem precluded taking preventive actions and developing the enterprise. After the initial analysis of the processes and problems, it was decided to use the correlation analysis, the Pareto-Lorenz diagram, the 5W2H method, the Ishikawa diagram and the 5Why method. The methodology and conclusions drawn from the analysis may be useful in solving complex problems at other production and service enterprises.(original abstract)
  • Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
  • Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
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