The lean practitioner's field book : proven, practical, profitable and powerful techniques for making lean really work

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    • Protzman, Charles
    • Bond, James

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The lean practitioner's field book : proven, practical, profitable and powerful techniques for making lean really work

Charles Protzman ... [et al.] ; foreword by James Bond

(A Productivity Press book)

CRC Press, c2016

  • : Hardback

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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内容説明

While there are numerous Lean Certification programs, most companies have their own certification paths whereby they bestow expert status upon employees after they have participated in or led a certain number of kaizen events. Arguing that the number of kaizen events should not determine a person's expert status, The Lean Practitioner's Field Book: Proven, Practical, Profitable and Powerful Techniques for Making Lean Really Work outlines a true learning path for anyone seeking to understand essential Lean principles. The book includes a plethora of examples drawn from the personal experiences of its many well-respected and award-winning contributors. These experts break down Lean concepts to their simplest terms to make everything as clear as possible for Lean practitioners. A refresher for some at times, the text provides thought-provoking questions with examples that will stimulate learning opportunities. Introducing the Lean Practitioner concept, the book details the five distinct Lean Practitioner levels and includes quizzes and criteria for each level. It highlights the differences between the kaizen event approach and the Lean system level approach as well as the difference between station balancing and baton zone. This book takes readers on a journey that begins with an overview of Lean principles and culminates with readers developing professionally through the practice of self-reliance. Providing you with the tools to implement Lean tools in your organization, the book includes discussions and examples that demonstrate how to transition from traditional accounting methods to a Lean accounting system. The book outlines an integrated, structured approach identified by the acronym BASICS (baseline, analyze, suggest solutions, implement, check, and sustain), which is combined with a proven business strategy to help ensure a successful and sustainable transformation of your organization.

目次

Lean Overview, Lean Philosophy, History, Principles, and Change Management Lean Philosophy and Foundations Brief History of Lean Batching Paradigm Waste versus Efficiency Lean and Change Management Phase I: Lean Tools and Implementation Leveraging the Lean Business Delivery System for Continuous Improvement House of Continuous Improvement Getting Ready to Implement Lean System BASICS Model: Baseline the Process BASICS: Assess-PFA (TIPS) Basics Model Assessment: Work Flow Analysis-Following the Operator (Staff) Basics Model Assessment-SMED: Setup Reduction/Changeover Analysis The BASICS Model: Suggest Solutions Creating Standard Work BASICS Model Implementation: Methodologies Visual Management Lean Material Basics Lean Materials: Strategic Kanbans Mistake Proofing Total Productivity Maintenance Basics Model: Check and Sustain Lean Implementation Phase II through IV Line Balancing Approaches: Station Balancing versus Bumping and Motion Study Heijunka: Sequencing Activities, Load Balancing Leveraging Project Management in Lean Initiatives: Major Contributions from April Wennerberg Lean Accounting and Accounting for Lean Engineering and Lean Creativity before Capital Lean Transactional Processes Lean and +QDIP, Huddles Lean Assessment Lean and Value of the Person Creating the Learning Organization and the Theory of Lean Training Lean Practitioner Levels Hoshin Kanri: Strategic Planning/Policy Deployment. Lean Leader Lean and Effective Meeting Techniques Lean and Machine Shops and Job Shops Lean Customer Relationship Management Harada Method Appendices: Answers to Lean Practitioner Chapter 34-Lean Practitioner Levels Leadership by Charles W. Protzman Sr.-CCS Manual: 8-Week Training Course to Japanese Leadership, 1948 CCS: Communications-Lessons Provided to the Japanese in 1949 Glossary Key Formulas The Missing Chapter by Kenneth Hopper Answers to Lean Practitioner Tests Index

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