Work design : a systematic approach / by Adedeji B. Badiru, Sharon C. Bommer

By: Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: Systems innovation seriesPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2017Description: 1 Online-Ressource (314 p)Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 1351648918. | 9781351648912. | 1498755739 | 9781498755733 | 1138731765 | 9781138731769 | 1498755747. | 9781498755740. | Erscheint auch als: No title Druck-Ausgabe | Print version: Work design. Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, [2017]LOC classification:
  • T57.6
Online resources: Summary: Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Authors; 1: Systems overview; 1: Systems view of work; Systems definition; Technical systems control; Improved organizational performance; What is systems engineering?; Work systems logistics; Systems constraints; Systems framework for work effectiveness; Work systems value modeling; Example of value vector modeling; Application of work project management; Integrated systems implementation; Worker-based factors for systems success; Systems hierarchySummary: Identify raw dataLocate raw data; Identify the indicator; Determine how often to take measurements; Step 5: Identify responsible party/parties; Step 6: Collect data; Data collection forms; Data collection system; Step 7: Analyze/report actual performance; Step 8: Compare actual performance with goals/standards; Step 9: Determine whether corrective action is necessary; Step 10: Make changes to bring process back in line with goals and standards; Step 11: Determine if new goals or measures are needed; Important terms in performance measurement; References ; 5: Cognitive task evaluationSummary: Multiple work rate analysisResource loading graph; Resource leveling; Assessment of work gaps; Summary; References ; 3: Work evaluation; 4: Work performance measures; Reemergence of work measurement; Determination of performance measures; Benefits of measurements; Justification for work performance measurement; Foundation for good performance measurement; Process overview; Step 1: Identify the process; Step 2: Identify critical activity/activities to be measured; Step 3: Establish performance goals or standards ; Step 4: Establish performance measurements; Translate into performance measuresSummary: Work and the hierarchy of needs of workersWork for social and economic development; The concept of Total Worker Health ® ; References ; 2: Work design; 2: Analytics for work planning or selection; Defense enterprise improvement case example; The pursuit of efficiencies in work programs; Elements of the PICK chart; Quantitative measures of efficiency; Case study of work selection process improvement; PICK chart quantification methodology; Implementing the PICK chart; References ; 3: Learning curve analysis for work design; Learning curves for better work designSummary: Work measurement for better work designFoundation for learning curve analysis; Univariate learning curve models; Log-linear learning curve model; Multifactor learning curves; Interruption of learning; Learning curves in worker health care; Wide applications of learning curves; Designing training programs; Manufacturing economic analysis; Break-even analysis; Make-or-buy decisions; Manpower scheduling; Production planning; Labor estimating; Budgeting and resource allocation; Takt time for work planning; Using takt time for work design; Resource work rate; Work rate examplesPPN: PPN: 898053196Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-4-NLEBK
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