The Concept of Competitive Management for Manufacturing Systems
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Competitiveness is a general characteristic of enterprises, ensuring their viability. In economic literature, competitiveness is particularly analyzed from an economic and managerial viewpoint, dealing with or not mentioning at all the role of the technology in the assurance and increase of competitiveness, appears necessary to manage the manufacturing systems based on comportamental modeling. The comportamental approach is based on continuous acknowledgement of the situations and on activity decisions made in real-time. Thus solutions can offered for developing the competitiveness of the manufacturing systems based on theories about knowledge and complexity. Comportamental management is characterized through the ability to perceive the environment, making decisions on to the time, according interactions, and without having specific procedures. The environment of the system delivers on-line data considering the undertaken actions which will generate, when they are analyzed and correlated, solutions for the system to obtain increase of competitiveness.
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