Ragnarsøn (2000) highlights the vital role pertaining to sub-contracting related to the production system. He further conveys the importance of sub-contracting role and the replacement of the traditional view pertaining to production management. In this regard, it can be further ascertained that the traditional production system i.e. mass production has been replaced by the information society, where flexible production is in process.
Ragnarsøn (2000) surveyed the application of the flexible production system. In order to fulfill the demand of the altering perspectives of the customers as well as the increased competition of the modern-day organisations this production system is applied (Ragnarsøn, 2000).
Schramm &. et. al. (n.d.) conveys that production system design is regarded as one of the core activities regarding production management. The application of the production system mainly facilitates to transfer the product strategy into advance decisions. Structural complexity reflects the underlying project structure. Uncertainty has been regarded as the most important reason for generating complexities within the projects. In addition, team building management has been highlighted as a key constituent that greatly promotes the establishment of ‘work-crews’ and divides the responsibilities among them (Schramm &. et. al., n.d.).
In accordance with the view presented by Ali (1997), the production system mainly lays emphasis on the sub-system along with the equipment design. In this respect, the operational efficiency is measured by evaluating the outcomes with that of the set goals.
According to Kumar (n.d.), the production system entails the managerial decisions that assist in the designing of the production process being executed for deriving the final product. In the view of Toczek (2010), the application of the effective production system ensures cost control along with improved quality. .