!!> Ebook ➭ The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development ➮ Author Dantar P. Oosterwal – Anguillais.us

The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product DevelopmentSome Things Never Change Harley Davidson Is Still The Great, Iconic American Motorcycle But Like Many Storied Companies, Harley Has Had To Evolve To Stay On Top, Even To Stay In Existence From Near Extinction In The Early Eighties, It Has Risen To Worldwide Recognition For Management Excellence And Innovation The Lean Machine Is An Inside Look At How Harley Davidson Was Able To Adapt In An Ever Changing World And Accelerate Product Development Rooted In Japanese Productivity Improvement Techniques, Knowledge Based Product Development Helped Fuel Harley S Incredible Period Of Sustained Growth Even After The Company Earned The PDMA Corporate Innovator Award In 2003, Dantar Oosterwal, A Harley Davidson Executive, Took The Improvement A Quantum Leap Further By Implementing Lean Product Development Techniques, Harley Realized An Unprecedented Fourfold Increase In Throughput In Half The Time, Powering Annual Growth Of Than Ten Percent In The Lean Machine, Oosterwal Shows The Day To Day Transformation At Harley And Identifies Universal Change And Improvement Issues, So That Companies In Any Industry Can Incorporate Knowledge Based Innovation With Predictably Excellent Results.

!!> Ebook ➭ The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development ➮ Author Dantar P. Oosterwal – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 254 pages
  • The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development
  • Dantar P. Oosterwal
  • English
  • 12 October 2017
  • 9780814413784

    10 thoughts on “!!> Ebook ➭ The Lean Machine: How Harley-Davidson Drove Top-Line Growth and Profitability with Revolutionary Lean Product Development ➮ Author Dantar P. Oosterwal – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    A great read to understand lean principles in a context This book is really approachable I would have given it 5 stars but it could have used another round of editing to clean up duplicated content, use much better graphs charts to underscore the authors point graphics often than not were not helpful in the kindle edition better in print and to closely align the reader to the intern...


  2. says:

    More technical at some points and less accessible than a few other books in this space, but one of the best I ve read in taking you on a compelling authentic journey of a company transforming itself It s not a Lencioni style fictional tale Rather, it s a real story in all its slightly tedious details But it is extremely well written and shines the light of deeply relatable classic errors found in many companies Most importantly, it does not peddle simplistic, silver bullet, pre fab solutions Instead, it squarely confronts us all to accept responsibility for our own continuous learning They lead us by example in how we can each continuously improve our own corporat...


  3. says:

    Very little real content or ideas that can be applied in a company, too slow and repetitive for me I love reading different types of books and I m very interested in the topic but this book took me months to finish My favourite part were the quotes at the b...


  4. says:

    La description faite de ce livre par l auteur du framework SAFe mettait la barre assez haut Finalement, je trouve a assez mal crit et a manque un peu de lin arit Beaucoup moins bon que The Goal Quelques bonnes id es prendre sur l i...


  5. says:

    An intriguing spin through Harley Davidson s production cycleThe Harley Davidson Motor Company revels in the marketing image it has crafted and maintained for than a century Mere mention of the motorcycle giant conjures up visions of tattooed, muscle bound renegades blazing an intimidating trail on the nation s highways Harley s corporate environment exists in stark contrast to this image Their staff features progressive, astute individuals who enjoy a stellar reputation for innovative business practices Author Dantar P Oosterwal, Harley s former director of product development, is eminently qualified to critique the organization s operation To his credit, Oosterwal resists engaging in self congratulatory back slapping Instead, he presents a backstage tour of Harley Davidson, expounding on its philoso...


  6. says:

    A wonderful book on how Harley Davidson used lean ideas in product development The most important insight the book quotes from the Lean guru Jim Womack is Don t bring lean manufacturing upstream to product development and Allen War s words that Phase gate is evil Even though there have been umpte...

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