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Lean organization : from the tools of the Toyota Production System to lean office

Author: Andrea Chiarini
Publisher: Milan ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Perspectives in business culture, 3.
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Lean Organization for Excellence describes the right way to implement lean thinking inside both manufacturing and service industries. After explaining the origins of the concept and discussing 'wastes' and value added, the book aims to set out a precise path of action. To this end, the so-called Hoshin Kanri method of defining business objectives and targets is explained, and a Value Stream Mapping tool that serves  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Chiarini, Andrea, 1965-
Lean organization.
Milan ; New York : Springer, c2013
(OCoLC)788252340
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Chiarini
ISBN: 9788847025103 8847025109 8847025095 9788847025097
OCLC Number: 805947536
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 166 p.) : ill.
Contents: From Mass Production to the Lean Six Sigma --
The Seven Wastes of Lean Organization --
Using Value Stream Mapping to Visualize Value Added --
Strategic Planning: Hoshin Kanri --
Kaizen Workshops and How to Run Them --
The Main Methods of Lean Organization: Kanban, Cellular Manufacturing, SMED and TPM --
Lean Metric, Lean Accounting and Value Stream Accounting --
Lean Office --
Management of a Kaizen Workshop Carried Out in Ducati Motor Holding.
Series Title: Perspectives in business culture, 3.
Responsibility: Andrea Chiarini.
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This book covers implementation of Lean Thinking in manufacturing and service industries, covering 'Hoshin Kanri,' the Value Stream Mapping Tool, Toyota Production System tools, lean metrics and  Read more...

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