Lean Manufacturing can be thought of as a systematic approach to reducing waste in the production process. In this sense, waste is anything (activities, processes, tools, materials, personnel) that does not add value to the product or service as viewed by the customer.
In the 1940s Taiichi Ohno and Shigeo Shingo improved upon previous manufacturing breakthroughs — interchangeable parts, time and motion measurement, assembly lines-to create the Toyota Production System(TPS), the principles and practices of which eventually also became known as Just-in-Time (JIT) manufacturing.
Lean Manufacturing Seminar Report
Page Length : 19
- What Is Lean Manufacturing?
- Keys To Lean Success
- Comparison Between Traditional And Lean Manufacturing
- Principles Of Lean
- Barriers To Lean Manufacturing
- Case Study
Lean Manufacturing Presentation Report (PPT)
Page Length : 20
- What is Lean Manufacturing?
- Keys to Lean Success
- Comparison Between Traditional and Lean Manufacturing
- Why Lean Manufacturing Fails
- Lean Manufacturing Cycle