How to use Lean thinking to eliminate waste and create value in business
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Daniel T. Jones & James P. Womack (authors of Lean Solutions)
Foreword by Lluís Cuatrecasas, author of Start Over.
Sixteen years after its first edition in 1996, the book Lean Thinking is still considered one of the management reference manuals and key to understanding the concept of Lean thinking; the most suitable system to create value and, at the same time, avoid waste in any organization.
Now that all the world's economies are undergoing major changes, stock markets are collapsing and the most important companies of the nineties are going through a tortuous trajectory, this work becomes more indispensable than ever. Only these adversities will succeed, as the authors warn, companies that adopt Lean thinking, such as Toyota, as they will create sustainable value for their customers, employees and owners.
In this revised and updated edition in 2003, in addition to the diversity of practical documentation that the first edition incorporated, Womack and Jones report the incessant evolution of the development of Lean thinking, and also show us a wide variety of new tools aimed at the successful application of that thought.
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- Gestión 2000
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