Summary of How to Implement Lean Manufacturing
A knowing, practical approach to implementing lean manufacturing processes that eliminate waste and variation.
Lonnie Wilson brings decades of experience to this practical guide. He shows you how to put lean manufacturing to work in the real world without the usual windbag textbook theories and with plentiful examples. getAbstract finds that he provides solid information about what you need to do (and don’t need to do) to maximize lean’s benefits for your company. Wilson is clear and strikingly passionate. His manual is not difficult to understand, but it is somewhat technical. He directs his lessons – and his informed opinions – toward those who already know a good bit about manufacturing processes. He explains how Toyota uses lean within its Toyota Production System, but he also discusses how you can put lean into practice. Wilson describes how important corporate culture is to implementing lean manufacturing and notes which aspects of your organization must align with its approach. The book is full of checklists, assessments and charts to help you get to its core principles easily and grasp them quickly without ever getting lost in a fog of philosophy.
In this summary, you will learn
- How lean manufacturing and the Toyota Production System connect
- What factors you need in place to implement lean manufacturing
- How inventory and variation are linked
- How lean manufacturing can benefit your company
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