Browsing Research Articles (Industrial Engineering) by Title

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    • A simplified numerical decision-making methodology for physical asset management decisions 

      Burnett, Sulene; Vlok, Pieter-Jan (Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2014-05)
      The management of physical assets has become a popular field recently, and is acknowledged in many disciplines worldwide. Physical Asset Management (PAM) is a complex subject that requires the participation of many ...

    • A strategic framework to utilise venture capital funding to develop manufacturing SMEs in South Africa 

      Snyman, Hendrik Andries; Kennon, Denzil; Schutte, Cornelius S. L.; Von Leipzig, Konrad (Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2014-08)
      SMEs contribute considerably to the national GDP and to private sector employment, but they struggle to gain access to the funding needed to support business sustainability and growth. Venture capital provides the necessary ...

    • Supply chain management : a framework of understanding 

      Du Toit, Deirdre; Vlok, Pieter-Jan (Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2014-11)
      The topic of supply chain management (SCM) is complex to understand because it encompasses many different flows of activities, components, functions, and role-players. The literature is scattered across multiple functions, ...

    • Supporting business process design through a business fractal approach 

      Van Rensburg, Antonie (Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2014-05)
      The role and position of business process management in an organisation depends on the value it contributes to the organisation’s sustainability. Business process design ensures that the conceptual business process strategy ...

    • Towards the implementation of e-manufacturing : design of an automatic tea drying control system 

      Mabvuu, Never; Nyanga, Lungile; Van Der Merwe, Andre F.; Matope, Stephen; Mhlanga, Samson (Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2014-11)
      Many of the production costs for producing tea are attributable to the process of drying the tea. E-manufacturing can assist companies to reduce these production costs by making crucial information available to decision-makers ...