整合價值溪流圖與成本評估以減少生產成本及前置時間 - 以製鞋模具業為例

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The Integration of Value Stream Mapping and Cost Estimation to Reduce Cost and Lead Time – Case Study in Shoe Last Industry



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成本評估 ; 價值溪流圖 ; 無價值活動 ; 精實原則 ; Cost Estimation ; Value Stream Mapping ; Non-value added Activity ; Lean’s Principle



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Non-value added activity (NVA) is activity that customer is not willing to pay for and even worse this activity can add lead time and cost without creating value. Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is one of Lean tools to identify NVA. Activity-Based Costing (ABC) is one of cost estimation method to identify NVA. Each of those two methods has its advantages and disadvantages. The objective of this research is to build an integrated model to combine the advantages of VSM and Cost Estimation in order to reduce cost and lead time. That integrated model will be implemented in shoe last industry. The result shows that integrated model has a significant result to guide improvement process and reduce cost and lead time. That integrated model is applicable in practical used to analyze company through the identification of NVA.

Topic Category 電機資訊學院 > 工業與系統工程研究所
工程學 > 工程學總論
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