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The Lean Toolbox 5th Edition

Author : John R Bicheno
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This is the Fifth Edition of what has become a standard bestselling text on the tools, systems, and principles of Lean Manufacturing and Lean Operations. The Lean Toolbox covers Lean Philosophy, The Science of Lean, Improvement, Change, Strategy, Flow, Mapping, Scheduling, Layout, Quality, Product Development, Supply Chain, Lean Accounting, and Lean beyond the factory floor. It is aimed at managers and practitioners. Previous editions were known for their concise style and wide coverage. Over 110,000 copies of the previous editions were sold. The last edition was recommended by APICS for their International CPIM (Certified in Production and Operations Management) examinations. The book is prescribed by several universities in UK, USA, Denmark. The 4th edition remained on Amazon.co.uk's top 10 on manufacturing for 5 years. This is a complete revision and update including 40 additional pages.

The Lean Toolbox

Author : John Bicheno
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Previous ed.: published as The new Lean toolbox by John Bicheno. 2004

The Lean Toolbox for Service Systems

Author : John Bicheno
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The Lean Toolbox for Service Systems is the first book that attempts to assemble a comprehensive set of tools for lean service and administration. Other publications have dealt with only a segment of the tools or a segment of the range of service systems. The book is a result of several years' work in Lean Service at the Lean Enterprise Research Centre, Cardiff Business School, and the service management programme at the University of Buckingham. All material in the book has been 'field tested' by exposure to service professionals and executive programmes. A feature of the book is that it integrates several approaches rather than advocating a particular approach. Attention is given to general Lean service concepts and frameworks, to mapping and understanding different types of service system, and to a range of tools that have been found to be useful in a variety of service environments.

The Lean Toolbox

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The Lean Toolbox

Author : John Bicheno
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The Lean Toolbox

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The New Lean Toolbox

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Lean Toolbox

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The Service Systems Toolbox

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This update of "The Lean Toolbox for Service Systems" incorporates Lean Thinking, Systems Thinking, and Design Thinking and contains sections on philosophy and description of the most practical tools. A strong feature is the contingency approach--different approaches for different service and administration situations.

Human Lean

Author : John Bicheno
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'Lean' in this title refers to operations management, the Toyota Production System, and its derivatives. The book is a companion volume to The Lean Toolbox which focused on operational tools and techniques whereas this book is focused on the essential human aspects of Lean transformation. The book is a sourcebook for practitioners and managers covering a wide range of concepts, providing sufficient information to grasp the essentials of each topic and giving leads to further reading. The Chapters include Antecedents and myths, Established Lean people practices, Eight models of people at work, Systems aspects, Psychology aspects, Engagement, Problems, Decisions, Learning, Leadership, Teams, Organisations, Ergonomics. The work of more than 150 authorities from operations, psychology, systems, and change are drawn on to give a comprehensive overview. The authors' extensive knowledge and experience complement each section. As with The Lean Toolbox, the text is concise, written for busy managers who seek both a guide and a quick reference.