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Organisational model of a globally oriented wood industry company
Jože Kropivšek, Rudi Rozman, 2007, review article

Abstract: The paper provides an answer to the question as to in what way and with which organizational steps a wood industry company can be (more) adaptable and successful in a rapidly changing (global) business environment. The purpose ofthe article is to form an organizational model of a globally oriented wood industry company, considering the three required model properties: repeatability, efficiency and productiveness, as well as practical applicability. Research is limited to actual state in Slovenian wood industry practice with some specifics that should be considered by other implications of the research. Practical applicability of the model is based on these findings and is ensured by making guidelines on the basis of which companies can organise their businesses. These guidelines include suggested measures forindividual areas of business organization with the intention of increasing adaptability and innovativeness of business operation, improving competitive ability, and the ability of constant improvement. The paper provides a new organizational approach, specialized for making wood industry companies successful in the changing business environment.
Keywords: adaptability, globalisation, model, organization, wood industry company
Published in DiRROS: 12.07.2017; Views: 2810; Downloads: 1249
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Launching work orders into production of wood enterprise with the multi-criteria decision-making method
Leon Oblak, Boštjan Novak, Igor Lipušček, Jože Kropivšek, 2007, review article

Abstract: Quality information is crucial for planning and running of production in wood industry companies. Information of crucial importance is the following: quality in the production process according to work orders and types of product, the information on the missing materials i.e. constituent parts according to projects i.e. work orders and the information on launching work orders into production. The method of multi-criteria decision-making was used for determining the order of launching group products into production. We studied three main criteria: market factors, organisation-production factors and economic factors. For computer support, we chose the computer programme DEXi, which represents the framework of the expert system for multi-criteria decision-making.
Keywords: wood enterprise, work orders, organization, multi-criteria decision-making method
Published in DiRROS: 12.07.2017; Views: 2898; Downloads: 1242
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