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Opis: Manufacturing Technology Transfer - Tom Childs, Yamane Yasuo

Based on a bestselling book originally published in Japanese, Manufacturing Technology Transfer: A Japanese Monozukuri View of Needs and Strategies offers time-tested methods and little-known tips for achieving successful transfer of technology along with the skills required to operate that technology. Designed to support a series of lectures on technology transfer within a master's course on the management of technology, it presents the results of years of research carried out at Hiroshima University. The book delves into the authors' decades of experience transferring technology between Japan and the rest of the world, particularly to developing countries from where much of the world's future economic growth is expected. It contains case studies of successful technology transfers from both the ship building and food equipment industries. Its wide-reaching coverage examines methods of skill transfer, production management, and manufacturing company classification. Introducing readers to the engineering activities that occur within the manufacturing industry, the book illustrates the engineering technology activities involved in manufacturing, along with the production management activities required to support them. It also explains how job simulators can help shorten learning times in the manufacturing industry in the same way that flight simulators are used to teach flying skills to pilots. The book outlines a framework for teaching and learning processes that can be visualized in terms of an S-shaped learning curve. It explains how technology transfer overseas should be supported by contractual agreements between the parties concerned. Detailing the legal/contractual responsibilities for all parties involved, it also describes what you should do if problems arise during the transfer. Integrating previously unpublished research results with illustrative case studies, this book is suitable for a wide audience within the manufacturing industry-including manufacturing engineering students in both developed and developing countries, those responsible for the development of manufacturing engineers in industry and elsewhere, and anyone interested in the international activities of Japanese manufacturing companies.Manufacturing Industry The Machine Tool Manufacturing Process Design Production Engineering Machining Assembly Information and Object Flows in Manufacturing Compatible Manufacturing Methods Changes in Processing Accuracy Classification of Manufacturing Industry and Products by Number of Parts and Processing Accuracy Industrial Field and the Type of Technical Skill Required Abilities Required by Engineers and Technicians Discussion Questions Learning Curves and Their Utilization The Learning Curve Engineering Equivalents to the Learning Curve Specification of Skill Levels by Means of Learning Curves Specification of Skill Levels and Its Benefits Individual Learning Curves and Learning Curves According to Work Evaluation of Individual Skill Levels Evaluating a Company's Technical Competence Learning Curves and the Lifetime Employment System Industry Field Surveys Skill Levels and Learning Times Age and Service Years of Staff Companies' Technical/Skill Level Estimated from Service Years Skill Level and Standard Deviation Proficiency Measurement Skill Level and Standard Deviation Discussion Questions Skill Transfer in Manufacturing Industries Technology and Skill Transfer Skill Transfer from the Time of Chuang Tzu Technical Skill Classification The Teaching of Technical Skills Learning Curve Time Reduction The Early Period The Fast Learning Period The Maturity Period Work De-Skilling Historical Examples Limits to De-Skilling Mechanization and Automation of Skillful Work Skill Level and Automation The Security of Technology Transfer Human Resources Material Things Information Turnover Rate and Technology/Skill Transfer Discussion Questions Virtual Manufacturing to Speed Up Learning Hand Scraping An Experimental Study of Expert Scraping Judgments Hand Scraping Strategy Computer Simulation of Scraping High-Point Marking Interpretation and Judgment Scraping Computer Simulation and Education Discussion Questions Production Management and Technology Transfer in Manufacturing Production Management Production Activities and Management Production Systems and Their Features The Product Life Cycle Management Technologies in the Product Life Cycle Production Strategy in the Product Life Cycle Technology Transfer and Management of Technology Appropriate Technology Transfer and the Role of Management Importance of State of Development Importance of Human Resources Importance of Market Competition Importance of Strategic Factors Technology Strategy and Issues of Management Technology Offensive Strategy Defensive Strategy Imitative Strategy Dependent Strategy Traditional Strategy Opportunity Strategy Strategic Technology Transfer and Sustainable Development Discussion Questions Overseas Expansion and Technology Transfer Special Features of Technology Transfer Overseas Historical Background to Overseas Technology Transfer Overseas Expansion and Conditions of Technology Transfer Strategy in Technology Transfer Statistics of Overseas Expansion The Content of Technology Transfer Important Considerations in Overseas Technology Transfer Procedures of Technology Transfer Future Trends in Overseas Technology Transfer Discussion Questions Technology Transfer and Legal Affairs Function of Legal Affairs in Technology Transfer Example Framework of Agreement Covering Technology Transfer The States of Technology Transfer The Basic Agreement The Technological License Agreement The Technical Staff Dispatch Agreement The Technical and Operation Staff Training Agreement The Engineering Agreement The Plant Construction Agreement The Machinery Procurement Agreement Common Points to Note in the Various Agreements' Legal Affairs Articles Party to the Agreement Signer to the Agreement Effective Period Agreement Transfer (Assignment) Governing Law Controlling Text Entire Agreement Supplement to or Amendment of Agreement Force Majeure Termination of Agreement Settlement of Disputes Arbitration Discussion Questions Technology Transfer from Participants' Viewpoints Background of Technology Transfer The Scope of This Chapter Japan's Needs for Technology Transfer Asian Nations' Needs for Technology Transfer New Technology Transfer-Issues That Should Be Tackled A Technology Transfer Survey Purpose of the Investigation Survey Outline Results from the Survey Issues as Seen by Receiving Sides Issues as Seen by Transferring Sides Country-Specific Issues Road Map for Resolving Problems Differences between the Transferring and Receiving Sides Issues Arising at the Individual Level Cause 1: The Personality of the Individual in Charge Cause 2: Not Understanding the Technology Transfer Agreement and Its Range Cause 3: A Language Barrier Cause 4: Insufficient Basic Learning and Skills on the Receiving Side; and also Cause 5: Inherent Problems in the Transfer Process Issues Arising at Transferring Company Level Cause 1: Unclear Agreement Documents and Lack of Mutual Understanding Cause 2: Inadequate Risk Management Cause 3: Agreement Documents Not Anticipating All Problems Cause 4: Difficulties in the Management of Technology (MOT) Issues Arising at an Educational Level Cause 1: Insufficient Basic Education Cause 2: Shortage of Cultural Exchange Education Cause 3: A Language Barrier Issues Arising at Local and National Levels Cause 1: The Business Environment and Laws of the Receiving Country Cause 2: Insufficient National Support Communication and Language Barriers Discussion Questions Overseas Expansion Technology Decision Making Overseas Expansion and the Learning Curve A Way of Thinking to Underpin Overseas Expansion Is the Learning Speed Different Overseas? Decisions to Be Made When Expanding Overseas Problems after Transfer Overseas Expansion Decision Making Using Block Diagrams Benefits of Block Diagrams A Costing Example, with Quality and Defect Rate Constraints Discussion Questions Example of Shipbuilding Industry in Overseas Technology Transfer General Survey of Shipbuilding Transfers and Selection of Successful and Unsuccessful Cases Comparison Measures Survey Results Selections of Successful and Unsuccessful Cases Case Study 1: Tsuneishi Heavy Industries Background to Overseas Expansion Selection of the Place Selection of Local Partners Technology Transfer in THI Case Study 2: Technical Cooperation in Shipbuilding to Indonesia Outline of Indonesia's Shipbuilding Industry Development of Indonesian Shipbuilding Industry An Initial Success Story (the Origin of the Indonesian Shipbuilding Industry) The Caraka Jaya, Mina Jaya, and Other Projects Japanese Assistance to Indonesian Shipbuilding Industry Problems of Indonesian Shipbuilding Development Problems of National Projects Problems of Alienation from the Needs of the Shipping Industry Management Problems Methods for Introduction of Technology Conclusion Tacit Knowledge Construction Strategies Supply Chain Problems Motivation and Management Problems Discussion Questions Example of Overseas Expansion (Food Machinery) The Subsidiary Companies' Products Manufacturing Effectiveness and Costs Other Factors to Consider Overseas Expansion Example: Thailand Summary Discussion Questions Index


Szczegóły: Manufacturing Technology Transfer - Tom Childs, Yamane Yasuo

Tytuł: Manufacturing Technology Transfer
Autor: Tom Childs, Yamane Yasuo
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781466567634
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 236
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.54 kg


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Manufacturing Technology Transfer

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Based on a bestselling book originally published in Japanese, Manufacturing Technology Transfer: A Japanese Monozukuri View of Needs and Strategies offers time-tested methods and little-known tips for achieving successful transfer of technology along with the skills required to operate that technology. Designed to support a series of lectures on technology transfer within a master's course on the management of technology, it presents the results of years of research carried out at Hiroshima University. The book delves into the authors' decades of experience transferring technology between Japan and the rest of the world, particularly to developing countries from where much of the world's future economic growth is expected. It contains case studies of successful technology transfers from both the ship building and food equipment industries. Its wide-reaching coverage examines methods of skill transfer, production management, and manufacturing company classification. Introducing readers to the engineering activities that occur within the manufacturing industry, the book illustrates the engineering technology activities involved in manufacturing, along with the production management activities required to support them. It also explains how job simulators can help shorten learning times in the manufacturing industry in the same way that flight simulators are used to teach flying skills to pilots. The book outlines a framework for teaching and learning processes that can be visualized in terms of an S-shaped learning curve. It explains how technology transfer overseas should be supported by contractual agreements between the parties concerned. Detailing the legal/contractual responsibilities for all parties involved, it also describes what you should do if problems arise during the transfer. Integrating previously unpublished research results with illustrative case studies, this book is suitable for a wide audience within the manufacturing industry-including manufacturing engineering students in both developed and developing countries, those responsible for the development of manufacturing engineers in industry and elsewhere, and anyone interested in the international activities of Japanese manufacturing companies.Manufacturing Industry The Machine Tool Manufacturing Process Design Production Engineering Machining Assembly Information and Object Flows in Manufacturing Compatible Manufacturing Methods Changes in Processing Accuracy Classification of Manufacturing Industry and Products by Number of Parts and Processing Accuracy Industrial Field and the Type of Technical Skill Required Abilities Required by Engineers and Technicians Discussion Questions Learning Curves and Their Utilization The Learning Curve Engineering Equivalents to the Learning Curve Specification of Skill Levels by Means of Learning Curves Specification of Skill Levels and Its Benefits Individual Learning Curves and Learning Curves According to Work Evaluation of Individual Skill Levels Evaluating a Company's Technical Competence Learning Curves and the Lifetime Employment System Industry Field Surveys Skill Levels and Learning Times Age and Service Years of Staff Companies' Technical/Skill Level Estimated from Service Years Skill Level and Standard Deviation Proficiency Measurement Skill Level and Standard Deviation Discussion Questions Skill Transfer in Manufacturing Industries Technology and Skill Transfer Skill Transfer from the Time of Chuang Tzu Technical Skill Classification The Teaching of Technical Skills Learning Curve Time Reduction The Early Period The Fast Learning Period The Maturity Period Work De-Skilling Historical Examples Limits to De-Skilling Mechanization and Automation of Skillful Work Skill Level and Automation The Security of Technology Transfer Human Resources Material Things Information Turnover Rate and Technology/Skill Transfer Discussion Questions Virtual Manufacturing to Speed Up Learning Hand Scraping An Experimental Study of Expert Scraping Judgments Hand Scraping Strategy Computer Simulation of Scraping High-Point Marking Interpretation and Judgment Scraping Computer Simulation and Education Discussion Questions Production Management and Technology Transfer in Manufacturing Production Management Production Activities and Management Production Systems and Their Features The Product Life Cycle Management Technologies in the Product Life Cycle Production Strategy in the Product Life Cycle Technology Transfer and Management of Technology Appropriate Technology Transfer and the Role of Management Importance of State of Development Importance of Human Resources Importance of Market Competition Importance of Strategic Factors Technology Strategy and Issues of Management Technology Offensive Strategy Defensive Strategy Imitative Strategy Dependent Strategy Traditional Strategy Opportunity Strategy Strategic Technology Transfer and Sustainable Development Discussion Questions Overseas Expansion and Technology Transfer Special Features of Technology Transfer Overseas Historical Background to Overseas Technology Transfer Overseas Expansion and Conditions of Technology Transfer Strategy in Technology Transfer Statistics of Overseas Expansion The Content of Technology Transfer Important Considerations in Overseas Technology Transfer Procedures of Technology Transfer Future Trends in Overseas Technology Transfer Discussion Questions Technology Transfer and Legal Affairs Function of Legal Affairs in Technology Transfer Example Framework of Agreement Covering Technology Transfer The States of Technology Transfer The Basic Agreement The Technological License Agreement The Technical Staff Dispatch Agreement The Technical and Operation Staff Training Agreement The Engineering Agreement The Plant Construction Agreement The Machinery Procurement Agreement Common Points to Note in the Various Agreements' Legal Affairs Articles Party to the Agreement Signer to the Agreement Effective Period Agreement Transfer (Assignment) Governing Law Controlling Text Entire Agreement Supplement to or Amendment of Agreement Force Majeure Termination of Agreement Settlement of Disputes Arbitration Discussion Questions Technology Transfer from Participants' Viewpoints Background of Technology Transfer The Scope of This Chapter Japan's Needs for Technology Transfer Asian Nations' Needs for Technology Transfer New Technology Transfer-Issues That Should Be Tackled A Technology Transfer Survey Purpose of the Investigation Survey Outline Results from the Survey Issues as Seen by Receiving Sides Issues as Seen by Transferring Sides Country-Specific Issues Road Map for Resolving Problems Differences between the Transferring and Receiving Sides Issues Arising at the Individual Level Cause 1: The Personality of the Individual in Charge Cause 2: Not Understanding the Technology Transfer Agreement and Its Range Cause 3: A Language Barrier Cause 4: Insufficient Basic Learning and Skills on the Receiving Side; and also Cause 5: Inherent Problems in the Transfer Process Issues Arising at Transferring Company Level Cause 1: Unclear Agreement Documents and Lack of Mutual Understanding Cause 2: Inadequate Risk Management Cause 3: Agreement Documents Not Anticipating All Problems Cause 4: Difficulties in the Management of Technology (MOT) Issues Arising at an Educational Level Cause 1: Insufficient Basic Education Cause 2: Shortage of Cultural Exchange Education Cause 3: A Language Barrier Issues Arising at Local and National Levels Cause 1: The Business Environment and Laws of the Receiving Country Cause 2: Insufficient National Support Communication and Language Barriers Discussion Questions Overseas Expansion Technology Decision Making Overseas Expansion and the Learning Curve A Way of Thinking to Underpin Overseas Expansion Is the Learning Speed Different Overseas? Decisions to Be Made When Expanding Overseas Problems after Transfer Overseas Expansion Decision Making Using Block Diagrams Benefits of Block Diagrams A Costing Example, with Quality and Defect Rate Constraints Discussion Questions Example of Shipbuilding Industry in Overseas Technology Transfer General Survey of Shipbuilding Transfers and Selection of Successful and Unsuccessful Cases Comparison Measures Survey Results Selections of Successful and Unsuccessful Cases Case Study 1: Tsuneishi Heavy Industries Background to Overseas Expansion Selection of the Place Selection of Local Partners Technology Transfer in THI Case Study 2: Technical Cooperation in Shipbuilding to Indonesia Outline of Indonesia's Shipbuilding Industry Development of Indonesian Shipbuilding Industry An Initial Success Story (the Origin of the Indonesian Shipbuilding Industry) The Caraka Jaya, Mina Jaya, and Other Projects Japanese Assistance to Indonesian Shipbuilding Industry Problems of Indonesian Shipbuilding Development Problems of National Projects Problems of Alienation from the Needs of the Shipping Industry Management Problems Methods for Introduction of Technology Conclusion Tacit Knowledge Construction Strategies Supply Chain Problems Motivation and Management Problems Discussion Questions Example of Overseas Expansion (Food Machinery) The Subsidiary Companies' Products Manufacturing Effectiveness and Costs Other Factors to Consider Overseas Expansion Example: Thailand Summary Discussion Questions Index

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Szczegóły: Manufacturing Technology Transfer - Tom Childs, Yamane Yasuo

Tytuł: Manufacturing Technology Transfer
Autor: Tom Childs, Yamane Yasuo
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781466567634
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 236
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.54 kg


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