Toyota’s success isn’t attributable to the company’s usage of a conventional “lean” manufacturing procedure or any internal Six Sigma implementation. It is, instead, centered on leadership. It can be found, more specifically, in a Toyota leader’s mentality, which sees self-development and training others as the only method to not only discover the right answer for […]
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Category: Lean Management
Although lean started building its foundations in a pure manufacturing environment. Nevertheless, the principles were universal and later easily found room in other industries like education, healthcare and other service industries.
Lean can bring amazing productivity benefits if understood and embraced in our daily lives. It can be rightly said that lean is not just a tool but a way of thinking, a way of life. It, not doubt, applies at work as well as personal domains of our lives.
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Despite all of the lean projects executed over the last two decades, no other firm has achieved the same level of constant operational excellence as Toyota. Why?