Value Stream Mapping PowerPoint Template is a free value stream mapping template that you can download for presentations on lean manufacturing as well as other presentations on supply chain management and lean projects.
Eiji Toyoda, who died on Sept. 17 at age 100, was the symbol of the manufacturing spirit of Toyota Motor Corp., supporting the company in its pioneering years and helping it develop into one of the world's leading automakers. [...] When the late Taiichi Ohno led efforts to introduce the Toyota Production System, including the renowned "just-in-time production" methods, it was Toyoda's support that was crucial in establishing the system. [...] For all his innovative business approaches, Toyoda was conservative in some aspects, such as a reduction in working hours for his employees. "Not working means becoming poor," he said. [...] "Manufacturing means creating new values, and it is the origin of civilization," Toyoda said in 1989. "Given the condition of the U.S economy, it is clear that once the manufacturing industry hollows out, restoring it will not be easy.
From Bob Sproull's blog: "focused primarily on the Theory of Constraints and how to use it to maximize the profitability of any company. I also discuss why integrating TOC with Lean and Six Sigma is the most dynamic improvement methodology available today.
TOCPA is an international non-trading organization for TOC Practitioners. TOCPA is aimed to give its members the opportunity and ability to grow their knowledge and address practical issues and challenges that they face in their quest of brining TOC to their organizations or to their clients.
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