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The Toyota Mindset : The Ten Commandments of Taiichi Ohno.

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Title: The Toyota Mindset : The Ten Commandments of Taiichi Ohno.
Author: Yoshihito Wakamatsu
ISBN: 0815347863 / 9780815347866
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 204
Publisher: Productivity Press
Year: 2018
Availability: In Stock
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  • Description
  • Contents

From the brilliant mind of a legend in the LEAN Manufacturing world comes the reasoning behind the importance of using your intellect, challenging your workers and why continuous improvement is not only a helpful tool but a necessity on the shop floor. Mr. Wakamatsu recounts captivating, first hand experiences with the man who changed the way the world looks at manufacturing.

"if they do it with three people, we will do it with one!"
Taiichi Ohno

For anyone wishing to gain insight into how the Toyota Production System came to be or who wishes to know more about the founders of the TPS, this book is for you. Through personal accounts and inspirational quotes, the story of Taiichi Ohno and the Toyota Production System is recounted in a manner that will give any reader a solid foundation in the LEAN world.

If you have ever read a TPS book and ever wondered just how the founders came to the conclusions they did, what brought about their way of thinking, or how they solved a difficult problem then this book is a must have. Inspiring, insightful and easy to follow, this book is a stepping stone to a greater, more productive state of being.

Publishers Note
Foreword
The 10 Commandments

Commandment 1 :
Wastes Hide so Start by Disclosing All of Your Mistakes
Commandment 2 : Discover the Truth Beyond Your Understanding
Commandment 3 : Increasing Production while Limiting the Number of Workers is the Only Way to Gain True Success
Commandment 4 : Act on Problems Right Away, Don't Procrastinate
Commandment 5 : Don't Feel Satisfied by Saying, "I Finished the Job" Go Beyond that and Say, "I Can Do More"
Commandment 6 : Add "Appropriate Timing" to "Appropriate Method" in Problem-Solving
Commandment 7 : Believe in "I Can" and Question "I Can't"
Commandment 8 : The Key to Achieving Progress is to Never Give Up
Commandment 9 : Don't do Work at an Average Pace; The Shortest Way is Always the Easiest
Commandment 10 : Change Yourself First If You Want to Change Someone Else

Afterword
Index

 
 
 
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