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Manufacturing methods? Changes in society..

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  • Manufacturing methods? Changes in society..

    I got to a site claming a use of "Agile Manufacturing" over the Lean process. Have any of u guys heard of this method or manufacturing fad?

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    See here: http://dora.eeap.cwru.edu/agile/home.html.

    But quite what this has to do with MM... ?

    mfG
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    Ant

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      Originally posted by Ant
      See here: http://dora.eeap.cwru.edu/agile/home.html.

      But quite what this has to do with MM... ?

      mfG
      ,
      Ant
      Thanks! Well.... It was an offshot from the Kazening post i made some time ago...

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        Originally posted by Ant
        See here: http://dora.eeap.cwru.edu/agile/home.html.

        But quite what this has to do with MM... ?

        mfG
        ,
        Ant
        What a challenge! Relate current developments in 'agile manufacturing' to the work of leading English fantasist Michael Moorcock

        Erm, well - post-modernism, post-fordism, knowledge-based society, technological change related to social developments - I reckon it could be done. Don't we see the logical conclusion of this type of technology in "Dancers at the End of Time"?

        There you go, done it! :lol:
        \"...an ape reft of his tail, and grown rusty at climbing, who yet feels himself to be a symbol and the frail representative of Omnipotence in a place that is not home.\" James Branch Cabell

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