Kaizen and the Art of Creative Thinking - The Scientific Thinking Mechanism
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Shigeo Shingo along with Frederick Taylor, Henry Ford and Taiichi Ohno are probably the four greatest manufacturing minds in the last 100 years. Dr. We should all be indebted to Dr. He taught over 3000 Toyota engineers in the principles stated in this new book Kaizen and the Art of Creative Thinking — The Scientific Think
It captures the fundamental thought process to structure problem solving activities and is the foundation to all essential aspects of the Kaizen philosophy. Dr. Thanks for making this Rosetta Stone for Kaizen available to the world.”Hal Macomber, Principal, Lean Project Consulting, Inc.What you will learn from Shigeo Shingo?Dr. Truly a wealth of knowledge, wisdom and frameworks to embolden you to change existing practices!”Michel Mestre, Ph.D. Shigeo Shingo.”From the foreword by Jeffrey K. Book DescriptionOnce again Dr. Shingo co-developed TPS (LEAN) with his deep understanding of how to improve the overall process of production. Shingo explains the ethos of Toyotas production system, with examples of how other companies benefited and struggled with these principles. Shingo presents six unique models, the sum of which
Essence of Lean Thinking John L. Cairo In this book, the reader is taken back behind the proverbial " curtain", to be shown the essence of the thought processes used by one of the profound geniuses of lean thinking in the 20th century.This book will have the heaviest impact upon those who have a great difficulty grasping how to think unconventionally. It will only help those people, when they are truly ready to loosen their grasp upon their traditional paradigms.What particularly impresses me when I read thi. Worth every penny is an understatement Having practiced Lean for over seven years, my biggest complaint has been the difficulty of finding books written simple and direct. Dr. Shingo's book is easy to read, simple, full of real-world examples not theory, and yet provides deep insight into a difficult area that all western manufacturers struggle with - continuous improvement at all levels.People with different reading styles will appreciate his graphical representations. Although, at times I found them less u. R. Hobson said A must read to help your Lean Journey. I bought this book in hopes of additional motivation to move our Lean Journey along. We were slowing down and teams were finding excuses on why they shouldn't be doing an improvement. Shingo's book, Kaizen and the Art of Creative Thinking, brought me back down to reality and created new energy to battle through these obstacles. It is a motivator that shows you that you are not alone with the stresses of trying to create change. Great Book and must read.
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