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Author: Nazli Monajemzadeh

Waste Management Waste is a guaranteed component of any urbanised landscape and the management of waste has existed for centuries. Propelled by an economic philosophy of exponential growth through consumerism, the availability, complexity and rapid manufacturing of consumer products is creating highly unsustainable levels of ‘waste’...

Sustainable materials management Effectively identifying and analyzing materials are key procedures for breeding novel crop varieties because of the large quantities of materials and their combinations (Han et al, 2018). Sustainable materials management focuses on the dynamics of materials in economic and environmental activities to optimize material...

Business process management (BPM) Business process management is concerned with all management activities around business processes. In the past, activities in relation to business process management have been conducted by process analysts, process managers and process engineers in a labor-intense fashion with hardly any automatic support...

Innovative and effective analytic techniques and technologies are required to operate, continuously and in real-time, on the data streams and other sources data (Jayanthi, 2016). Machine learning is a discipline that aims to enable computers to, without being explicitly programmed, automate data-driven model building and hidden insights discovery, i.e., to...

5S is more a practice than a technique used to establish and maintain the quality environment in an organization. It is basically a method for organizing the workplace on a shop floor, or even in an office. It advocates what to keep, where to keep...

Traditionally, the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) divides an organization into four perspectives: financial perspective, customer perspective, internal process perspective, and learning and growth perspective (Kaplan and Norton, 1997). Lawrence (2002) indicates that in each of its perspectives, the BSC provides answers to four relevant questions: How does...

Six sigma is a business management strategy that allows companies to drastically improve their bottom line by designing and monitoring everyday business activities in ways that minimize waste and resources, while increasing customer satisfaction. The usual quality control programs focus on detecting and correcting commercial,...

The RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) technology is a well-known wireless application for traceability, logistics, and access control. It became ubiquitous in industry and our daily life (ticketing, payment, passports, car keys, etc.). RFID is nowadays a standardized technology; its inherent advantages, which are unitary, identification,...

Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRPII) is the most widespread planning method in the world. MRP and then MRPII were developed in the 1970s. It requires demand forecasts and plans all the manufacturing activities: it is a push flow method. MRPII is "a method for the effective...

The European Award of Quality (EFQM model) is a largely known model, which an institution can apply in order to implement Total Quality Management Principles in order to achieve excellence. The EFQM model consists of a set of criteria, which are mainly classified into two...