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e-Book LEAN Manufacturing Implementation: A Complete Execution Manual for Any Size Manufacturer download

e-Book LEAN Manufacturing Implementation: A Complete Execution Manual for Any Size Manufacturer download

by Dennis Hobbs

ISBN: 1932159142
ISBN13: 978-1932159141
Language: English
Publisher: J. Ross Publishing (September 1, 2003)
Pages: 264
Category: Management and Leadership
Subategory: Work and Money

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Lean Manufacturing Implementation is Dennis' first book and was written to teach manufacturers how to implement the techniques of Lean manufacturing using their own internal staff

Lean Manufacturing Implementation is Dennis' first book and was written to teach manufacturers how to implement the techniques of Lean manufacturing using their own internal staff. As a professional instructor, he has trained over 2500 manufacturing professionals in Lean manufacturing techniques throughout the world, has published numerous articles, and is a sought-after speaker. if you want to learn about MRP this is the book but do not call it lean manufacturing implementation because it is everything but a lean manufacturing implementation manual.

This proven, easy-to-understand "how to" manual gives you the progressive steps to factory transformation to Lean without the aid of a consultant.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. This proven, easy-to-understand "how to" manual gives you the progressive steps to factory transformation to Lean without the aid of a consultant. The book also features Kanban strategies for managing inventory including Single-Card and Multiple-Card Kanban Systems. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

Dennis Hobbs, CPIM, is a Principal Member of Mfg Matters, LLC, a leading boutique consulting firm that specializes in Lean manufacturing implementation. He has over 30 years of combined line and staff experience in manufacturing, primarily in the field of production planning, inventory control, and materials management.

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Rachamadugu, R. and Talbot, . 1991.

The Toyota way: 14 management principles from the world’s greatest manufacturer. New York: McGraw-Hill. McMullen, P. and Frazier, . 1998. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 15, 577–586. Rachamadugu, R. Improving the quality of workload assignments in assembly lines.

Author: Dennis P. Hobbs.

Moscow: J. Ross Pub. The crisis of 1998 in Russia: Political intervention and its implications. Within a case study of a wood craft com- pany, the method is applied and improved. The purpose of VSM is to initialize the lean transformation and to understand the va- lue streams of a company as a basis for further improvements. The paper explores the current.

This proven, easy-to-understand "how to" manual gives you the progressive steps to factory transformation to Lean without the aid of a consultant. It provides a toolbox of techniques for problem solving, continuous improvement, and for operating a Lean manufacturing facility on a day-to-day basis after the initial line design is completed. The book also features Kanban strategies for managing inventory including Single-Card and Multiple-Card Kanban Systems.
Comments:
Malahelm
if you want to learn about MRP this is the book but do not call it lean manufacturing implementation because it is everything but a lean manufacturing implementation manual

Wymefw
So call "LEAN Manufacturing Implementation" title is very appealing. Very bad decision buying this book. I have several other books on the subject. From Mr. Pyzdek to Womack (warranted satisfacton with this guy's book) and some other japanese authors on the subject. I paid $6.00 for the book "The machine that changed the world" I learned more reading this book. This book is highly priced. Shame on APICS backing up this kinda of got-to-write-a-book authors. I hope the author could read this comentary and give me money back. This book is just the product of somebody not enought professional to accept HE CAN'T WRITE A BOOK ON THE SUBJECT. Very repetitive, boring. Anyways...!!!

Gholbirius
This is the first book that I have read on Lean Manufacturing that was not a reflection of the author's ego masquerading behind a plethora of platitudes and hedonism. Mr. Hobbs uses a lexicon of terms and applications anybody can understand, making this not only a useful implementation tool, but also a dynamic resource and training tool. As proof, we assembled an implementation team of personnel from all areas of our factory, and were successful in converting two of our product lines in less than twelve weeks simply by following Mr. Hobbs' book. We plan on completing the other seven by the end of Q2. If you want to reap the rewards and benefits as a Lean Manufacturer, I highly recommend this book!

Eng.Men
This treatment of Lean Manufacturing is written from the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) viewpoint. The center of the manufacturing world for the production control dept. is the MRP software which makes this viewpoint on Lean interesting, especially since two of the major advantages of implementing Lean is to reduce inventories and to eliminate production control department overhead. The only requirements for MRP in a lean environment are long term raw material scheduling and finished product delivery scheduling.
Hobbs does not establish the roots of Lean (The Toyota Production System) nor does he use Japanese lean terms with the exeption of Kanban and Kaizen. Nor does he recognize the existence of the value stream map (VSM) choosing to use the process flow diagram (PFD) to define the manufacturing process. Thus Hobbs only defines process level manufacturing data and totally ignores the systems approach to lean Manufacturing. As a result the Lean Enterprise, total lead time, and how the manufacturing process relates to the whole value stream are not even adddressed. He is, however, quick to use total lead time in his so called 'Strategic Business Analysis'. Finally, the key concept of pull/flow production control is not fully compared to push/MRP production control. Herein lies the proof that pull/flow is superior.
This is the only treatment of lean manufacturing I have found that espouses providing for scrap and rework in the manufacturing process. There is no jidoka even mentioned.
Somehow the term 'MRP' shows up on almost every page. This book should be labeled 'In Defense of MRP'.
There is no bibliography - all original?

1) A lean practitioners publication 2/10
2) A lean managers publicaton 4/10
3) Clear thought/Organization 3/10
4) Information Content 2/10
5) New or original content 2/10
6) Topical relevance 2/10

Aver
I have been looking long and hard for a simple, step-by-step guide to implementing Lean methodologies in my facility and I have finally found it. Most of the Lean books I've seen up to this point discuss high-level concepts, without detailing the steps and tools needed to put the strategy into practice. However, this book (more of a "how-to" manual, really) outlines all the tasks needed to move from a traditional batch manufacturing system to a Lean environment.
It covers everything from project scoping to line design to Kanban materials movement systems. Not only that, the author provides all the tools (formulas, charts, project management tips, etc.) to guide you through the process. He's also provided methods, like the daily resource planning tool, that help you manage the line after the Lean processes are up and running.
I'm using the guide now for my line reconfiguration, and have gotten it for everyone on my implementation team. This book is good for any manufacturer that is planning to implement Lean, but doesn't have a plan for how to go about it.
Highly recommended!

Bundis
This book gives a new insight about the PROCESS and shows some ways to optimally design it with minimum wastage. The concepts described here is not just limited to the manufacturing process but extends to any other business process. Consideration of the resources in Man , Machine , Workstation and Inventory sets a well-defined boundary of constraint for designing new production line.

Not only for the new line , few of the concepts of this book can be applied for optimization of the old production lines also.

As a whole this book is a good investment which can be used as guidelines for new line design and improvement of the old line.

sobolica
It is very unusual when a consultant reveals their secrets to implementation concepts. Dennis Hobbs tells how to implement lean on a step by step basis. The secrets of kanban calculation in addition to line balancing are exposed. This book is a critical resource for companies interested in conducting their own lean implementations. Dennis provides detailed explanations and not just lean stories that fail to get to the real issues of how to implement the concepts.

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