While Lean Thinking is an established approach to developing a culture of continuous improvement, the process of implementing Lean in any organization can be complicated, with programs often ending in failure.
"e;The Lean Practitioner's Handbook"e; bridges the gap between the tools and the concepts of Lean and offers a practical, easily accessible resource for anyone preparing for, implementing or evaluating Lean activities. Eaton discusses key areas, such as: aspects of a Lean Program; scoping a program; value stream mapping; 2P and 3P events; rapid improvement events; managing for daily improvement; engaging the team; spotting problems and communicating progress.
For Eaton, Leanneeds to be part of the organization's culture. Discussing Lean as it applies to organizational change and strategic planning, this book covers a wide variety of tools and concepts and explains how to apply them in practice."e;
The Lean Practitioner's Handbook
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