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The Toyota Way, explain 's Toyota 's unique approach to Lean--the 14 management principles and philosophy that drive Toyota 's quality and efficiency-obsessed culture. You 'll gain valuable insights that can be applied to any organization and any business process, whether in services or manufacturing. Professor Jeffrey Liker has been studying Toyota for twenty years, and was given unprecedented access to Toyota executives, employees and factories, both in Japan and the United States, for this landmark work. The book is full of examples of the 14 fundamental principles at work in the Toyota culture, and how these principles create a culture of continuous learning and improvement. You 'll discover how the right combination of long-term philosophy, process, people, and problem solving can transform your organization into a Lean, learning enterprise--the Toyota Way.
Foreword By Gary Convis
Part One: The World -Class Power Of The Toyota Way
Chapter 1. The Toyota Way: Using Operational Excellence As A Strategic Weapon
Chapter 2. How Toyota Became The World 's Best Manufacturer: The Story Of The Toyota Family And The Toyota Production System
Chapter 3. The Heat Of The Toyota Production System: Eliminating Waste
Chapter 4. The 14 Principles Of The Toyota Way: An Executive Summary Of The Culture Behind TPS
Chapter 5. The Toyota Way In Action: The "No Compromises" Development Of Lexus
Chapter 6. The Toyota Way In Action: New Century, New Fuel, New Design Process--Prius
Part Two: The Business Principles Of The Toyota Way
Section I. Long Term Philosophy
Chapter 7. Principle 1: Base Your Management Decisions On A Long Term Philosophy, Even At The Expense Of Short-Term Financial Goals
Section II. The Right Process Will Produce The Right Results
Chapter 8. Principle 2: Create Continuous Process Flow To Bring Problems To The Surface
Chapter 9. Principle 3: Use "Pull" Systems To Avoid Overproduction
Chapter 10. Principle 4: Level Out The Workload (Heijunka)
Chapter 11. Principle 5: Build A Culture Of Stopping To Fix Problems, To Get Quality Right The First Time
Chapter 12. Principle 6: Standardized Tasks Are The Foundation For Continuous Improvement And Employee Empowerment
Chapter 13. Principle 7: Use Visual Control A No Problems Are Hidden
Chapter 14. Principle 8: Use Only Reliable, Thoroughly Tested Technology That Server People And Processes
Section III: Add Value To The Organization By Developing Your People And Partners
Chapter 15. Principle 9: Grow Leaders Who Thoroughly Understand The Work, Live The Philosophy, And Teach It To Others
Chapter 16. Principle 10: Develop Exceptional People And Teams Who Follow Your Company 's Philosophy, And Teach It To Others
Chapter 17. Principle 11: Respect Your Extended Network Of Partners And Suppliers By Challenging Them And Helping Them Improve
Section IV: Continously Solving Root Problems Drives Organizational Learning
Chapter 18. Principle 12: Go And See For Yourself To Thoroughly Understand The Situation
Chapter 19. Principle 13: Make Decisions Slowly By Consensus, Thoroughly Considering All Options; Implement Decisions Rapidly
Chapter 20. Principle 14:Become A Learning Organization Through Relentless Reflection (Hansei) And Continuous Improvement (Kaizen)
Part Three: Applying The Toyota Way In Your Organization
Chapter 21. Using The Toyota Way To Transform Technical And Service Organizations
Chapter 22. Build Your Own Lean Learning Enterprise, Borrowing From The Toyota Way
Recommended for Further Reading
|Publisher||Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Private Limited|
|Number of Pages||352 Pages|
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The book is one of the best decriptions i have ever come across for the Toyota Production system which is the benchmark for the production systems across the world. It is a must read for people who are into operations of product development or into services so that they improvise the efficiencies of this well developed system into the organisation. Would also urge the MBAs intrested in operations to study this book, which will help them understand the subject conceptually .
This is one of the biggest innovation in the world of quality by second war & whos name is TOYODO nothing but TOYOTO. I love this company very much. I got this paperbook with very much time on delivery & valuable 10 management principle. Which makes my habbit to 100% quality products.
Thanks to LIKER for writing a grt book for ourself.