The life of lean is experiments. All authority for any sensei flows from experiments on the gemba [the place where work takes place], not from dogmatic interpretations of sacred texts or the few degrees of separation from the founders of the movement. In short, lean is not a religion but a daily practice of conducting experiments and accumulating knowledge.
The story of Alex's fight to save his plant is more than compulsive reading. It contains a serious message for all managers in industry and explains the ideas, which underline the Theory of Constraints (TOC), developed by Eli Goldratt.
This book on Lean principles written from the employees point of view.It is Easy to read and explains What Lean is and what results it can achieve. It is practical with lots of examples and illustrations. The book explains the importance of standardization and continuous improvements, and how these two concepts work.
The book on Lean is written for leaders on all levels in an organization, as well as for board members and those with ownership interests. The book intends to increase understanding for management's role in an organization that is striving for Lean, on a concrete and practical plane.
The book explains the most central parts of Lean with the aim to move focus from the random application of methods to what Lean is really about - to detect and eliminate waste.The book contains examples from manufacturing, administration, service and healthcare This book gives a broader perceptive to Lean concept.
India's first book on the subject, this is a resourceful compilation of recent concepts and case studies in the emerging area of Supply Chain Management, which has evolved over the years from the basic function of Materials Management.
In this book, John Shook introduces the management process he learned while he worked with other young Toyota managers in Japan in the 1980s. John worked on an equal footing with his Japanese colleagues and understands the Management Systems of Toyota as few Americans ever have. John Introduces in the book, the management and work practices will be of...
Mr C Narasimhan has development new unique tool suited to the culture of Indian Manufacturing Organizations. This book describes a Production System developed for India.It draws on the best available improvement tools and develops further to work in our environment.
“Best practices in Six Sigma are continuously evolving, just as Six Sigma itself evolved from earlier best practices in quality improvement. …This fourth edition...(features) expanded materials on innovation, strategic development, Lean, and constraint management. …
In the tradition of Taoist philosophers and Zen masters, Steve Hoeft tells the stories he learned from his Toyota Production System (TPS) master teachers. Sometimes enigmatic, sometimes funny, but always powerful and enlightening, these stories of continuous improvement and Lean implementation are organized around the Toyota House framework