Talk:Just in time (business)

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Origins/History[edit]

This article is both interesting and applicable, yet it lacks a Origins/History/(whatever) section to explain JIT's origins and history. Instead, for example, more than halfway through the article, someone named "Ohno" is suddenly but casually mentioned (and without a link), and yet, he seems to be the "father" of the JIT strategy — at least the formalized strategy as we know it. So, I recommend mentioning his full name in its first instance here along with a link to his article in Wikipedia, and hopefully, this can happen at the beginning of the article in an Origins or History section. DFurlani (talk) 12:44, 31 July 2013 (UTC)