8 edition of Mass customization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 301-322) and index.
|Statement||B. Joseph Pine II ; foreword by Stan Davis.|
|LC Classifications||HD45 .P537 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||92017506|
Mass customization is a business strategy that aims at fulfilling individual customer needs with near mass production efficiency (Pine, ). Whereas the literature includes many contributions that discuss the strategic benefits of mass customization, there are large deficits concerning its implementation in practice. Mass customization (MC) has emerged in the last decade as the premier strategy for companies in all branches of industry to profit from heterogeneity of demand and a broad scope of other customer demands. The research and practical experience collected in this book presents the latest thinking on how to make mass customization work. More than.
What does MASS CUSTOMIZATION mean? MASS CUSTOMIZATION meaning - Duration: The Audiope views. 3D printing 'will bring mass customization' - . Gang Xiong, in Service Science, Management, and Engineering: Definitions and Analysis. Mass customization has many different definitions that can be given either broadly or narrowly (Giovani, Borenstein, & Fogliatto, ).The broad, visionary concept was given by Davis (): “Mass Customization as the ability to provide individually designed products and .
How technology can drive the next wave of mass customization 5 provide a userfriendly and speedy way to gather a consumer’s customization prefer ences. While online configurators have been around for years, user interaction in the past was limited to selecting a few configuration options in a form. Any advanced configura. This book explains mass customization (also known as build to order, assemble to order, configure to order, make to order and engineer to order) from the standpoint of discrete manufacturers and reviews why mass customization must be viewed as an enterprise-wide business strategy, not merely a departmental initiative.
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After reading the book, I found a clearer picture about mass customization. Mass customization is now widely used by many businesses, but we may not know how it operates.
In this book, it tells you how you should change your business operation to mass customization step by step, also tell you 5 methods to customize your products or by: B.
Joseph Pine II looked at the growth of the American economy due to mass production. In his book, Mass Customization: The New Frontier in Business Competition (Harvard Business Review Press, Mass Customization: How Build to Order, Assemble to Order, Configure to Order, Make to Order, and Engineer to Order Manufacturers Increase by David J.
Gardner and Frank Piller | out of 5 stars 8. Mass customization: literature review and research directions.
International Journal of Production Economics, 72 (1), 1–13), and identify research gaps to be investigated in the future. The mass production of standardized goods was the source of America's economic strength for generations and became the model for successful industries.
Today, that model is a major cause of the nation's declining competitiveness. As Joe Pine makes clear, innovative companies are embracing a new paradigm of management--mass customization--that allows them to create 5/5(1). The term of mass customization can be considered an oxymoron term which is consisted of two different opposite concepts [2, 23, 24] such as mass production and craftsmanship.
In. Mass customization (MC) has been hailed as a successful operations strategy across manufacturing and service industries for the past three decades. However, the wider implications of using MC approaches in the broader industrial and economic environment are 4/5(1).
Mass Customization book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Manufacturers with highly-configurable products face daunting challenge /5(4).
Mass Customization and Design Democratization is the first book to address this recent phenomenon. Demonstrating how the considerable potential of these tools can be realized in practice, it introduces essential technologies and design approaches and provides numerous examples of the latest, cutting edge work from leading design firms Author: Branko Kolarevic, José Pinto Duarte.
The book documents 14 mass customization case studies and presents a new form of case study research, the industry research group.
"Mass Customization Strategies" is recommended for researchers in the field of mass customization and customer integration as well as for managers and consultants. The author - Klaus Moser - is a Project Leader at. This book explains mass customization (also known as build to order, assemble to order, configure to order, make to order and engineer to order) from the standpoint of discrete manufacturers and reviews why mass customization must be viewed as an enterprise-wide business strategy, not merely a departmental : Happy About.
The mass production of standardized goods was the source of America's economic strength for generations. But in today's turbulent business environment mass production no longer works; in fact, it has become a major cause of the nation's declining competitiveness.
As Joseph Pine makes clear, the most innovative companies are rapidly embracing a new paradigm of 4/5(2). Mass customization, in marketing, manufacturing, call centres and management, is the use of flexible computer-aided manufacturing systems to produce custom systems combine the low unit costs of mass production processes with the flexibility of individual customization.
Mass customization is the new frontier in business for both manufacturing and service industries. Mass Customization means to offer products or services which meet the demands of each individual customer, but which still can be produced and delivered with mass productionas B.
Joseph Pine, who made mass customization popular with his book: “Today I define Mass Customization as the low-cost, high-volume, efficient production of. BUILD-TO-ORDER & MASS CUSTOMIZATION book (also available now at for overnight delivery) "Build-to-Order & Mass Customization; the Ultimate Supply Chain Management and Lean Manufacturing Strategy for Low-Cost On-Demand Production without Forecasts or Inventory," by Dr.
David M. Anderson, (, CIM Press), Hardbound. Mass customization is a business concept for every organization. Mass customization is not simply understood as a business strategy, but also as a concept for supporting other business goals such as the operation of a mass or craft manufacturing business.
This book presents seven different mass cust. “Mass Customization” is a book that provides critical insights into what a manufacturer must do to efficiently quote, configure and produce on-demand custom product orders for their customers. With the strategies gained from consulting with many diverse companies, author Dave Gardner explains what is required to dramatically decrease cycle.
Mass Customization: A Supply Chain Approach is a text on the emerging topic of mass customization in manufacturing.
The contributed chapters in this book provide a unified treatment to the topic by offering coverage in four main categories - concepts and current state of research; problem solving. Mass Customization examines the business opportunities, considerations, and challenges manufacturers in various industries must weigh before committing to the significant investment in machinery and software needed to go to mass customization.
For manufacturers who decide that it’s time to take the plunge, the author describes the proven methods and latest technologies Author: Hans Kull.
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Some organizations demonstrate this type of thinking with excellent business results. Take SAS, the world’s largest software company.
This is the most thorough book written on BTO (at pages) with an Executive Summary (Chapter 1) Free book offer! Just call Dr. Anderson to talk about your operations at BUILD-TO-ORDER & MASS CUSTOMIZATION.Mass customization isn’t appropriate for every manufactured product.
There will always be a need for mass produced products. This posting is created around an email thread that, hopefully, will.Recognize that mass customization is not being everything to everybody; rather, it is doing only and exactly what each individual customer wants and .