[EPUB] ✶ Taiichi Ohnos Workplace Management ✻ Taiichi Ohno – Anguillais.us

Taiichi Ohnos Workplace Management Read Taiichi Ohnos Workplace Management Taiichi Ohno Ebats.us Contents Foreword Chapter 1 The Wise Mend Their Ways Chapter 2 If You Are Wrong, Admit It Chapter 3 Misconceptions Reduce Efficiency Chapter 4 Go See What Failed With Your Own Eyes Chapter 5 Misconceptions Hidden Within Common Sense Chapter 6 The Blind Spot In Cost Calculation Chapter 7 Don T Fear Opportunity Losses Chapter 8 Limited Volume Production Is To Produce At Low Cost Chapter 9 Reduced Inventory, Increased Work In Process Chapter 10 The Misconception That Mass Production Is Cheaper Chapter 11 Wasted Motion Is Not Work Chapter 12 Agricultural People Like Inventory Chapter 13 Improve Productivity Even With Reduced Volumes Chapter 14 Do Kaizen When Times Are Good Chapter 15 Just In Time Chapter 16 Old Man Sakichi Toyoda S Jidoka Idea Chapter 17 The Goal Was Ten Fold Higher Productivity Chapter 18 Supermarket System Chapter 19 Toyota Made The Kanban System Possible Chapter 20 What I Learned About Forging Changeover From Toyota Do Brasil Chapter 21 Rationalization Is Doing What Is Rational Chapter 22 Shut The Machines Off Chapter 23 How To Produce At A Lower Cost Chapter 24 Fight The Robot Fad Chapter 25 Work Is A Game Of Wits With Subordinates Chapter 26 There Are No Supervisors At The Administrative Gemba Chapter 27 We Can Still Do A Lot More Kaizen Chapter 28 Wits Don T Work Until You Feel The Squeeze Chapter 29 Become A Reliable Boss Chapter 30 Seiri Seiton Seiso Seiketsu Shitsuke Chapter 31 There Is A Correct Sequence To Kaizen Chapter 32 Operational Availability Vs Rate Of Operation Chapter 33 The Difference Between Production Engineering An

[EPUB] ✶ Taiichi Ohnos Workplace Management  ✻ Taiichi Ohno – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 146 pages
  • Taiichi Ohnos Workplace Management
  • Taiichi Ohno
  • 20 April 2017
  • 0978638751

    10 thoughts on “[EPUB] ✶ Taiichi Ohnos Workplace Management ✻ Taiichi Ohno – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Taichi Ohno comes off like such an arrogant jerk Some of the things he says to employees border on abusive Having said that, there is something about reading his boiled down, harsh directives and commentaries I may take some of those concepts and turn them into teachings tha...


  2. says:

    I read this book to get a sense of the history of the concept of lean For that, it was interesting There were also gems of wisdom throughout The book is like a collection of thoughts or perhaps answers to interview questions The author was 70 when this book came out i 1982 Some things seems very modern and timely, while certain attitudes to people seem very archaic This is puzzling when you read that he puts people first He puts people first because it is from people that you get the id I rea...


  3. says:

    Good conceptions.


  4. says:

    This was the perfect book to read on a long flight The chapters are short but intense You can read a chapter or two and then sit back close your eyes and reflect on the wisdom you just read If blogging was in fashion during Ohno s time, I think he could have been one of the original business bloggers Think of this book as a collection of stand alone blogs Each chapter is 3 4 pages The translation does not flow perfectly, but like Jon Miller discusses in the Afterword the Japanese language This was the perfect book to read on a long flight The chapters are short but intense You can read a chapter or two and then sit back close your eyes and reflect on the wisdom you just read If blogging was in fashion during Ohno s time, I think he could have been one of the original business bloggers Think of this book as a collection of stand alone blogs Each chapter is 3 4 pages The translation does not flow perfectly, but like Jon Miller discusses in ...


  5. says:

    Whether you believe Ohno is the Master, or simply the guy leading all the other guys , I still consider his works vitally important to understanding the principles of Lean.


  6. says:

    Very philosophical booktowards the start then it getsmanufacturing specific It reads very quickly and if you are into the mindset and understand the context it is a joy There are a couple of things, specially about trying to squeeze employees that might be taken wrongly but I would guess this is mostly because of the context I would say that the important thing is not take it as gospel as Ohno advocates but use it as a way of finding your own way I wouldn t read it straight awa Very philosophical booktowards the start then it getsmanufacturing specific It reads very quickly and if you are into the mindset and understand the context it is a joy There are a couple of things, specially about trying to squeeze employees that might be taken wrongly but I would guess this is mostly because of the context I would say that the important thing is not take it as gospel as Ohno advocates but use it as a way of finding your own way I wouldn t read it straight away without some introduction to Lean Manufacturing, Toyota System etc Some quotes I really enjoyed Perhaps thea person is an intellectual thethey are prone to misconceptions Openness to admit your own mistakes makes people feel better about trying your ideas and becomewill...


  7. says:

    While I gave this 5 stars, it is NOT for everyone I love the gems throughout the book If someone is looking for formulaic advice, they will be very disappointed If they follow without processing repeatedly the concepts based on their own experiences and knowledge then they will be disappointed For those who have been working toward a true interaction with employees, and working toward jointly considered solutions, where employees havesay in the HOW maybethan the WHAT this While I gave this 5 stars, it is NOT for everyone I love the gems throughout the book If someone is looking for formulaic advice, they will be very disappointed If they follow without processing repeatedly the concepts based on their own experiences and knowledge then they will be disappointed For those who have been working toward a true interaction with employees, and working toward jointly considered solutions, where employees havesay in the HOW maybethan the WHAT this will be a book FULL of gems based on Tahiichi Ohno s deep and rich experiences This is a great source of insights Please do NOT expect it to give you formulas to follow Do NOT expect it to give even rules ...


  8. says:

    In general this is a good book for manufacturing Since I don t involve much in manufacturing subject, this is a fresh view for me The book talks a lot about productivity and cost reduction Little from the book can be applied for my kind of business but some are very cool to have a perspective on, especially the ones with leadership lessons.I especially like the additional part with the timeless quotes Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise Seek what they sought If you a...


  9. says:

    A quick and easy read written in a conversational style I wouldn t consider this an instructional book, but rather a supplement of meaningful lean anecdotes for those already in the practice or who have basic knowledge.


  10. says:

    WowI would recommend anyone in management to read this book completely changes your way of thinking from start to finish.

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