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by Taiichi Ohno,Norman Bodek

  • Author: Taiichi Ohno,Norman Bodek
  • ISBN: 0915299143
  • ISBN13: 978-0915299140
  • ePub: 1226 kb | FB2: 1908 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Management & Leadership
  • Publisher: Productivity Press; 1 edition (March 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 152
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 353
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Toyota Production System: Beyond Large-Scale Production ePub download

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He is considered to be the father of the Toyota Production System, which inspired Lean Manufacturing in the . He devised the seven wastes (or muda in Japanese) as part of this system. He wrote several books about the system, including Toyota Production System: Beyond Large-Scale Production.

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Evolution of the Toyota Production System The Toyota Production System relies on elimination of waste as essential. The person charging this material is responsible for its return to the library. The preliminary step of the Toyota Production System is to identify: waste of overproduction waste of time on hand (waiting) waste of transportation waste of processing itself waste of stock on hand (inventory) waste of movement waste of making defective products Eliminating these wastes completely can improve operation efficiency by a wide margin.

Taiichi Ohno, Norman Bodek. Combining his candid insights with a rigorous analysis of Toyota's attempts at Lean production, Ohno's book explains how Lean principles can improve any production endeavor. A historical and philosophical description of just-in-time and Lean manufacturing, this work is a must read for all students of human progress.

Combining his candid insights with a rigorous analysis of Toyota's attempts at Lean production, Ohno's book explains how Lean principles can improve any production endeavor.

Title: Toyota Production System Item Condition: New. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Combining the author's insights with a rigorous analysis of Toyota's attempts at lean production, this book explains how lean principles can improve any production-oriented endeaver. Books will be free of page markings. Показать все 3 объявления с новыми товарами. It provides inspiration and instruction for those seeking to improve efficiency through the relentless elimination of waste.

In this classic text, Taiichi Ohno--inventor of the Toyota Production System and Lean manufacturing--shares the genius that sets him apart as one of the most disciplined and creative thinkers of our time. Combining his candid insights with a rigorous analysis of Toyota's attempts at Lean production, Ohno's book explains how Lean principles can improve any production endeavor. A historical and philosophical description of just-in-time and Lean manufacturing, this work is a must read for all students of human progress. On a more practical level, it continues to provide inspiration and instruction for those seeking to improve efficiency through the elimination of waste.
Hugifyn
I am going to say - these things translated from Japanese are a trick to read. They don't flow like an English author - but the data in them reveals a different way of thinking - that I will say is the essence of the East. I see how the Japanese took Henry Ford's seminal 'eliminate waste' and took it to a new level, where Ford Motor Company didn't - they had to relearn it from the Japanese... (forgive my blasphemy!). It's Eastern thought applied to a production system and out comes something brilliant. Its 5-star data that you have to dig in and really digest due to the difference in the languages.
Yozshujind
I must admit disappointment with this text. I sought a deeper understanding of Taiichi's thought processes, and while the text delivers on this some, it was far too little for me. I did like Workplace Management better.

Pro:
+ Reinforces many of the basics and things I already believed about TPS, which can be a good thing to do once in a while
+ Does a good job describing the purpose of kanban but stops short of describing how badly it can harm the business when poorly implemented
+ Creates a greater appreciation for how long it took to develop concepts (this was very interesting to me)
+ Some notable quotes to use and share later
+ A good book to read to confirm that the "intro to lean" course you took was (or wasn't) directionally correct
+ Some interesting history about the development of TPS, and that each element was "created in response to a need"
+ Also some interesting commentary on the Ford (Mass Production) System, which I had heard before, but coming from Taiichi's pen made it more meaningful

Con:
- Somewhat short on content (117 small pages)
- Misspelled "takt" as"tact" repeatedly and perhaps defines it incorrectly too (how could this happen!?)

Bottom line: A good read for the beginner, the zealot who wishes a refresher or to practice a philosophical TPS "go and see." Not for everybody.
Whitecaster
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Concerning the book I concluded that is a clasic on the topic; Ohno is very didacting explaning the Toyota production System,
I'm a lecturer and I'm recommeding this book to collegues and students,
Bludsong
An excellent overview of the main concepts of lean manufacturing: finding waste, JIT, kanban, production leveling, flow, automation with a human touch, reduced set-up times, the "5 why", etc. Explanations are to the point and easy to understand.

What makes this book unique is that the author was THE pioneer who brought most of these concepts to life. In the last chapters of the book he does a good job at putting his approach in perspective with earlier developments at Toyota, Ford, and GM.
sobolica
Excellent book. Must read if you are a lean purist.
Shomeshet
The book was in good conditions, as the seller said.

Now, about the book, I believe it's a reference for all operation managers, will give you real inside on why was TPS developed and the importance of it implementation in more field even 40 years later.
Cells
best production book ever!!! Ohno-san relates very beautifully and simply how Industrial Engineering was created. Easy to read and to understand. A masterpiece!
In this book Mr Taiichi Ohno shares his experience introducing several concepts to be more productive and it's what we called now Toyota Production System, this book is not a book to teach you how to calculate kanban qty or how a std work sheet should be, however gives you an idea of what problems they faced on that time to implement TPS.
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