Senin, 03 Maret 2014

Book Review - The Toyota Way

Lean producing and products development

Jeffrey K. Liker, Ph.D., is faculty member of commercial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan, and founding father and Director of the Japan Technology Management Program and also the Lean producing and Lean development Certificate Programs at the university. he's a winner of four Shingo Prizes for excellence.

The world's greatest manufacturer

Dr. Jeffrey K. Liker explores fourteen management principles from the world's greatest manufacturer. He shares, however Toyota became the world's best (Ch. 2); building a culture of stopping to repair issues (Ch. 11); continuous improvement and worker authorization (Ch. 12); develop exceptional individuals (Ch. 16), so abundant more!

Clues for excellent business success

Dr. Liker's vogue is comprehensive and well researched, as in his interview with Toyota President, Fujio Cho, who states, "The key to the Toyota method... isn't any of the individual parts... however what's vital has all the weather along as a system. It should be practiced on a daily basis in an exceedingly} very consistent manner-not in spurts."

Jeffrey introduces key concepts; he announces that the fourteen management principles ar divided into four sections: "Long-Term Philosophy... the proper method can manufacture the proper Results... Add price to the Organization by Developing Your individuals and Partners... incessantly determination Root issues Drives structure Learning."

Relaying key principles in an exceedingly compendious fashion provides price to Jeffrey Liker's work. this can be seen within the description of Toyota's principles, as, "Principle 1: Base your management selections on a long philosophy, even at the expense of short-run monetary goals." Toyota's attention to principles and method ar important to their success!

Historical information pinpoints success keys. Liker reveals, "... Toyota Motor Company started little with few resources. everybody had to kick in on each activity and do what was necessary to engineer and build a automotive."

Liker points to issues to inspire solutions, stating, "... staff in technical and repair organizations ar thus immersed in doing their jobs it's tough for them to ascertain the flow in their work." Show staff wherever they fit!

Mechanisms and heart

Dr. Jeffrey K. Liker explains the mechanisms and heart that have propelled TOYOTA Motor Company to the highest.

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