Just-in-Time (JIT)

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1.00 hour
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About the Course

Just-in-Time (JIT) is a philosophy and a set of tools that focus on eliminating waste in all processes through continuous improvement. Just-in- time has evolved over time into lean production.

Course Description

Just-in-Time (JIT) is an operating philosophy that embodies principles of waste reduction and continuous improvement over time. It encompasses the successful execution of all activities from design to delivery. The intent of continuous improvement is to eliminate or minimize non–value-added activities. Lean production is another initiative that focuses on eliminating waste. The differences and similarities between the two initiatives are explored in this course.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the just-in-time philosophy and objectives.
  • Explain the criteria upon which activities are categorized as either value-added or non–value-added.
  • Identify just-in-time principles and the techniques used to implement them.
  • Describe the similarities and differences between just-in-time and lean production.


The following topics are included in this course:

  • Essential Concepts of Just-in-Time
  • Just-in-Time Philosophy
  • Just-in-Time Principles
  • Just-in-Time and Lean Production