The Ultimate Intermediate Guide to Learn Kanban Step by Step
Author: James Turner
Pubpsher: Publishing Factory
Category: Business & Economics
Is your business currently doing well using Kanban? Has productivity and efficiency increased? Do you want to move it to the next level now? Kanban is the Japanese system for streamlining any business that cuts out waste and provides a leaner method of production, ensuring profits are maintained as high as possible. It can be applied to almost any business and if you are already using it to some effect then it could be time to up your game. In this book, Kanban: The Ultimate Intermediate Guide to Learn Kanban Step by Step, you can build on the knowledge you already have and improve your business further, with chapters that outline: • Understanding the principles • How Kanban will change you • An overview of how it works • Introducing Kanban to your workplace • Challenges you will face • Problem solving • And more… Kanban really is the solution to almost any production problem your business faces and with Kanban: The Ultimate Intermediate Guide to Learn Kanban Step by Step you can improve the way you work that will make you more competitive than ever before. Get a copy today and start streamlining your business methods now!
Release on 1989-10-01 | by Shigeo Shingo,Andrew P. Dillon
From an Industrial Engineering Viewpoint
Author: Shigeo Shingo,Andrew P. Dillon
Pubpsher: CRC Press
Category: Business & Economics
This is the "green book" that started it all -- the first book in English on JIT, written from the engineer's viewpoint. When Omark Industries bought 500 copies and studied it companywide, Omark became the American pioneer in JIT. Here is Dr. Shingo's classic industrial engineering rationale for the priority of process-based over operational improvements in manufacturing. He explains the basic mechanisms of the Toyota production system, examines production as a functional network of processes and operations, and then discusses the mechanism necessary to make JIT possible in any manufacturing plant. Provides original source material on Just-ln-Time Demonstrates new ways to think about profit, inventory, waste, and productivity Explains the principles of leveling, standard work procedures, multi-machine handling, supplier relations, and much more If you are a serious student of manufacturing, you will benefit greatly from reading this primary resource on the powerful fundamentals of JIT.
Use Kanban to maximize efficiency, predictability, quality, and value With Kanban, every minute you spend on a software project can add value for customers. One book can help you achieve this goal: Agile Project Management with Kanban. Author Eric Brechner pioneered Kanban within the Xbox engineering team at Microsoft. Now he shows you exactly how to make it work for your team. Think of this book as “Kanban in a box”: open it, read the quickstart guide, and you’re up and running fast. As you gain experience, Brechner reveals powerful techniques for right-sizing teams, estimating, meeting deadlines, deploying components and services, adapting or evolving from Scrum or traditional Waterfall, and more. For every step of your journey, you’ll find pragmatic advice, useful checklists, and actionable lessons. This truly is “Kanban in a box”: all you need to deliver breakthrough value and quality. Use Kanban techniques to: Start delivering continuous value with your current team and project Master five quick steps for completing work backlogs Plan and staff new projects more effectively Minimize work in progress and quickly adjust to change Eliminate artificial meetings and prolonged stabilization Improve and enhance customer engagement Visualize workflow and fix revealed bottlenecks Drive quality upstream Integrate Kanban into large projects Optimize sustained engineering (contributed by James Waletzky) Expand Kanban beyond software development
Take the next step in Integrated Product and Process Development This pioneering book is the first to apply state-of-the-art computational intelligence techniques to all phases of manufacturing system design and operations. It equips engineers with a superior array of new tools for optimizing their work in Integrated Product and Process Development. Drawing on his extensive experience in the field of advanced manufacturing, Andrew Kusiak has masterfully embedded coverage of data mining, expert systems, neural networks, autonomous reasoning techniques, and other computational methods in chapters that cover all key facets of integrated manufacturing system design and operations, including: * Process planning * Setup reduction * Production planning and scheduling * Kanban systems * Manufacturing equipment selection * Group technology * Facilities and manufacturing cell layout * Warehouse layout * Manufacturing system product and component design * Supplier evaluation Each chapter includes questions and problems that address key issues on model integration and the use of computational intelligence approaches to solve difficulties across many areas of an enterprise. Examples and case studies from real-world industrial projects illustrate the powerfulapplication potential of the computational techniques. Comprehensive in scope and flexible in approach, Computational Intelligence in Design and Manufacturing is right in step with the enterprise of the future: extended, virtual, model-driven, knowledge-based, and integrated in time and space. It is essential reading for forward-thinking students and professional engineers and managers working in design systems, manufacturing, and related areas.
Release on 2003-05-13 | by John M. GROSS,Kenneth R. MCINNIS
Demystifying and Applying Toyota's Legendary Manufacturing Process
Author: John M. GROSS,Kenneth R. MCINNIS
Category: Business & Economics
Kanban Made Simple is the first simple "how-to" guide for incorporating the just-in-time ingenuity of the Kanban system into any manufacturing environment. From the Japanese word for "visual record", the technique dictates that suppliers deliver parts to the warehouse only as they are needed, reducing storage in the production area. Using before-and-after case studies, this easy-to-follow guide contains information on establishing project goals, forming a Kanban team, and designing the process.