Fatores contingenciais para as adaptações da produção enxuta: uma revisão de literatura

Nayara Cardoso de Medeiros, Luciano Costa Santos, Cláudia Fabiana Gohr

Resumo


O questionamento em relação à universalidade da produção enxuta tem sido um tópico relevante de pesquisa nos últimos anos. Empresas têm buscado desenvolver sistemas de produção específicos como uma forma de adaptar a produção enxuta a contextos particulares. Considerando o estágio ainda incipiente da literatura sobre este tema, este artigo tem como principal objetivo identificar na literatura trabalhos que abordem fatores contingenciais que influenciam nas adaptações da produção enxuta. A abordagem metodológica principal foi a revisão estruturada da literatura em quatro periódicos de referência. Por meio da pesquisa, constatou-se que a maior parte das pesquisas já publicadas investigou a influência das características dos sistemas produtivos ligadas ao processo e à estrutura de produção, considerando a relação direta das mesmas com a aplicação da produção enxuta. A realização da pesquisa possibilitou identificar lacunas da literatura e, consequentemente, oportunidades de pesquisa que sugerem a investigação mais detalhada do fenômeno dos sistemas de produção específicos.

Palavras-chave


Produção enxuta; Contingência; Revisão de literatura.

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