IMVPIntercommunity Ministry Volunteer Program (est. 1995)
IMVPIntel Mobile Voltage Positioning
IMVPInternational Motor Vehicle Programme
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(2000), Managing Information Flows in Supplier-Customer relationships: Issues, Methods and Emerging Problems, IMVP Working Papers, MIT's Centre for Technology, Policy and Industrial Development.
International Motor Vehicle Program (IMVP) Working Paper, Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In their recent book After Lean Production (1997), Kochan, Lansbury, and MacDuffie retreated from the unsubstantiated argument advanced by their IMVP colleagues, viz., that lean production provides challenging jobs performed by multiskilled workers in a high-trust, participatory environment.
The research represents, both in scale and approach, an opportunity to test the prescriptions of the lean production model put forward by the influential International Motor Vehicle Program (IMVP).
Moreover, a 1989 study by the International Motor Vehicle Program (IMVP) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology supported the hypothesis of an increasing technology gap developing in the area of flexible manufacturing between Australian and Japanese assemblers.(15)
and MacDuffie, J.P., "Explaining high performance manufacturing: the international automotive assembly plant study", paper presented to the IMVP International Policy Forum, Pierre Marques, Acapulco, 7-10 May 1989.
The Machine That Changed The World is based on the research of the International Motor Vehicle Program (IMVP), an MIT, five year study of the future of the automobile.
Analog Devices' ADP3205 multi-phase core controller and its previously introduced ADP3415 dual MOSFET driver form what is said to be the first three-phase controller/driver chipset that is fully compliant with the Intel Mobile Voltage Positioning (IMVP)-IV specifications.
Some indications of the adaptation that occurred in transplant supply operations are found in reports from the International Motor Vehicle Program (IMVP) at the Massachucetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Paper presented at the IMVP Research Briefing Meeting, Boston: IMVP 1994.
As discussed in detail by Jonsson[36], the IMVP researchers do not pay sufficient attention to a number of aspects that affect the number of man-hours.