Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger

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Process Improvement Competitiveness in this current economy demands streamlined operations and a total organizational effort to more quickly improve bottom-line performance from shop floor to boardroom.

This book will explain what you need to know to transform your organization into a lean enterprise.
  • Concepts and definitions you need to know
  • Skills you need to develop
  • Tools you need to use
  • Steps you need to take

Provides practical tools and methods to:

  • Reduce waste across the board
  • Shorten cycle times
  • Eliminate non-value-added activities
  • Improve customer satisfaction
  • Align business performance projects more closely with core objectives for maximum shareholder value.

And do it all at the lowest cost of operations!

ISBN: 978-1-57681-045-3

Additional information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Dimensions N/A
Authors

Richard L. MacInnes

Binding

Spiral Bound

Size

Desktop Guide (5 inches x 7 inches), Pocket Guide (3.5 inches x 5.5 inches)

ISBN

978-1-57681-045-3

Language

English

Number of Pages

166

Publication Date

2002

5 reviews for Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger

  1. Kevin F.

    Good book covering the basics of Lean

  2. Priscilla U.

    A good intro to Lean. I got this book for my management team in order to roll out Lean at our company… some even read it!

  3. Helen P.

    This book was handed out to our entire department as part of our Lean deployment training. We’ve referenced it several times since then and it’s been great to look back at even after the training has ended. Another great Memory Jogger from GOAL/QPC!

  4. Kyle T.

    The must have book for those bringing Lean methods to their organizations. Take the time to read it and you’ll know all the basics as the program takes shape

  5. Will O.

    Had to buy this book for college course… and it’s the only book I still use. Back to buy more for my employees so they stop stealing my copy

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