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The Lean Management Systems Handbook.


The Lean Management Systems Handbook

Rich Charron, H. James Harrington, Frank Voehl, and Hal Wiggin

CRC Press


523 pages




Specialists in business management provide a thorough reference for creating and maintaining lean management. After an introduction to the concept of lean management, they discuss the history of lean; the house of lean management; lean management systems; lean socio-technical systems; lean educational system; identifying waste; quantifying waste; lean concepts, tools, and methods; three faces of change; leaning thinking 101; integrating lean management with DMAIC/DMADV approaches; integrating lean and theory of constraints; lean management system and the organizational master plan; the need for facilitation; and developing a lean culture and change management environment. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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