The study sought to find out the impact of just in time on organisational
efficiency in Uganda Baati Limited and was driven by four objectives.
These objectives include, to find out the elements of just in time, the
elements of just in time, to know how the concept of just in time 1s
implemented, to determine how the concept of just in time 1s
implemented, and to know the challenges faced in the implementation of
just in time.
To achieve the objectives, the researcher sampled fifty (50) respondents
from Uganda Baati Limited. The researcher used the quantitative
research methods; three data collection tools that is, questionnaires,
interviews and observation. The data collected was presented in table
forms and analysed statistically.
The researcher was guided by four research questions. The first question
was to find oul what the elements of just in time were. This revealed that
certain elements must first come to place for just in time to begin
flowing, secondly, the question sought to find out how the philosophy of
just in time is implemented. After the considering the elements, it is
important that certain issues have to be considered in guiding how the
concept can be implemented.
Thirdly, the research question wanted to find out what benefits are
gained from the use of just in time in an organisation. The study found
out that more benefits are gained as compared to mass production and
other traditional methods of production. The last question was to find
out about the challenges faced when an organisation is implementing
just in time. Just like the human life is faced by numerous problems, so
is the concept of just in time. So many challenges are faced from
financial to support According to the objectives set out in this research, the researcher
observes that just. in time has a positive impact on organizational
efficiency as per the evidence showed by the findings of the study. This
is mainly due to its importance in reducing costs, reducing the cycle time
close supplier lies, and quick scheduling of activities, plus its impact on
the quality or output
The recomrn,:ndations to Uganda Baati Limited were; just in time; as a
managemr:nt technique according to the researcher's observation, is seen
to be doing excellently. It is therefore important that management and
the share holders provide the necessary support to steer the organisation to the greatest heights possible.
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