FACTORS THAT GENERATE COMPETITIVENESS IN MANUFACTURING: A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRACTICES AND RESULTS

Janaina Piana, Rolf Hermann Erdmann

Abstract


The current context and rapid change a lot of possibilities of decisions organizational environment becomes more complex. The global dimension of competition requires that companies will be administered
under a new perspective that relations between the different areas of the organization. To this end, it is necessary to observe which are competitive surrounding priorities on the areas and leading the Organization to achieve higher levels of competitiveness. This work, through a vast documentary research in books, journals and Annals, installed a waiver in respect of the main priorities competitive. The consolidated results in 100 (one hundred and thirteen) items generators of competitiveness. These were classified into 14 (fourteen) groups: Lean Production, Benchmarking, Customer Relations, Technology, Integration, Eco Responsibility, Information, Flexibility, Cost, Quality, Innovation, Reliability, Training and Speed. Still, examined the interrelation between them through a vision of practices and outcomes. From this conclusion future objective studies for the use of these items or factors in the development of an organizational diagnostic tool that takes into account the complex relations of a production system.



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5902/198346592130



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Revista de Administração da UFSM. Brazilian Journal of Management

Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil, eISSN 1983-4659