Using Hoshin Kanri to Improve the Value Stream

av Elizabeth A Cudney. Häftad, 2009

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  • Häftad (Paperback)
  • Språk: Engelska
  • Antal sidor: 160
  • Utg.datum: 2009-03-31
  • Förlag: Productivity Press
  • Illustrationer: 52 black & white illustrations
  • Dimensioner: 280 x 215 x 10 mm
  • Vikt: 480 g
  • Antal komponenter: 1
  • ISBN: 9781420084238

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Every industrial engineer should purchase Using Hoshin Kanri to Improve the Value Stream. It provides the key to using the Hoshin Kanri framework and integrating it with the foundations of industrial engineering. - Marjorie Koch, President, Lean Division, Institute of Industrial Engineers Cudney's book provides a clear and concise view of how to best use Hoshin Kanri to drive improvement and realize the level of results organizations want and need. ... should be required reading for all business executives. - Karen Martin, Karen Martin & Associates, Author of The Kaizen Event Planner

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PART I: LEAN AS A COMPETITIVE STRATEGY Lean Philosophy as an Enterprise Solution Case Study: An Introduction to Carjo Manufacturing Co. PART II: STRATEGIC THINKING Integrating Strategic Goals Hoshin Methods Case Study: Implementing Policy Deployment at Carjo Manufacturing Co. PART III: UNDERSTANDING VALUE The Basics of Value Stream Mapping . Case Study: Creating Current-State Maps of Three Carjo Manufacturing Facilities Case Study: Identifying Improvement Opportunities at Carjo Manufacturing Co. PART IV: IMPROVE Systems Thinking and Theory of Constraints Tool Selection Using Six Sigma to Improve Quality Using 5S to Create a Clean and Manageable Work Environment Using Single-Minute Exchange of Dies to Reduce Setup Time Standard Work: Documenting the Interaction between People and Their Environment Mistake-Proofing (a.k.a. Poka-Yoke): Preventing Defects by Monitoring Process Conditions and Correcting Errors at the Source PART V: PLAN AND IMPLEMENT Case Study: Daily Management and Action Plans at Carjo Manufacturing Co. Conclusion LEANcyclopedia Lean Glossary Additional Resources