Kaizen: The Key To Japan's Competitive Success

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McGraw-Hill Education, 1986 - Всего страниц: 259
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Kaizen means gradual, unending improvement, doing "little things" better; setting --and achieving --ever higher standards. It is Kaizen, says Masaaki Imai, that is the simple truth behind Japan's economic "miracle" and the real reason the Japanese have become the masters of "flexible manufactoring" techonolgy -- the ability to adapt manufactoring processes to changing customer and market requirements, and do it fast ... For the first time, Western managers have a comphrensive handbook of 16 Kaizen management practices they can put to work. Using more than 100 examples of Kaizen in action, 15 corporate case studies, and 50 charts and graphs, Mr. Imai examines step by step all the roles Kaizen plays in. --inside cover

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This is one of the first books published on Japanese manufacturing techniques. It was primarily written to provide information on their production management methods. Today, these are frequently ... Читать весь отзыв

Kaizen (Ky'zen), the key to Japan's competitive success

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Books about Japanese management have become kind of a cottage industry, from Theory Z ( LJ 5/1/81) to The Art of Japanese Management ( LJ 8/1/81) and The Mind of the Strategist ( LJ 6/1/82) to Kaisha ... Читать весь отзыв

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Improvement East and West
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KAIZEN by Total Quality Control
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