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Reinventing lean: introducing lean management into the supply chain

Author: Plenert, Gerhard Publisher: Elsevier, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 303 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0123705177Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Reinventing Lean Introducing Lean Management into the Supply Chain Contents Acknowledgments Preface xiii Introduction xv xi Part I Integrating Supply Chain Management Chapter 1 What Is a Supply Chain? Introducing the First Article Lab 3 Defining the Supply Chain 5 A Little History 9 The Supplier 11 N, Inc. 12 What Is the Role of the Supplier? 14 Taking an In-Depth Look at NAFTA'S Effect on Maquiladora Plants 15 N, Inc. Revisited 20 Summary 20 Chapter 2 What Is Supply Chain Management (SCM)? What Is Management? 22 Types of Managers 23 What Type of Manager Are You? The World-Class SCM Manager A Discussion of Change 35 Models for Change 38 Innoveering 40 How Do We Manage Change? Goals 58 29 29 43 A Model 67 A Strategy 70 A Structure, the Managed, the Managing 72 Education 73 N, Inc. 75 Supply Chain Management Integration 76 Successful Change Management 84 Quality Functional Deployment (QFD) 89 Total Quality Management (TQM) 90 Process Re-Engineering 98 ISO 9000 101 NS, Inc.--A Global Supply Chain Nightmare 102 Supply Chain Technology Transfer to Third World Countries T in Q, Mexico 107 N in B, Indonesia 110 Some Additional Thoughts 111 Summary 115 Chapter 3 103 What Are the Tools of Supply Chain Management (SCM)? Meeting PPI, Inc. 117 SCM Tools 119 Chapter 4 What Are the Measures of a Successful Supply Chain Management? The Role and Purpose of Measures 129 Some Examples of Measures 130 The Role and Purpose of Control Systems 133 An Industrial Example--Managing Your Supply Chain Using Event Management 134 What Is the Best Measure for Your Organization? 139 Summary 140 Chapter 5 What Does It Take to Create a World-Class Supply Chain Environment? World Class 141 Part II Developing a Lean Environment Chapter 6 What Is Lean? Defining Lean 145 Change 148 The Facilitator 152 Lean Tools 153 How the Lean Process Works Summary 161 155 Chapter 7 What Are the Acceptance Tools of Lean Management? What Is an Acceptance Tool? 163 Some Success Stories 174 Reviewing a Few Examples of Acceptance Tools Wrap-up 207 Appendix 7-A: The JoHari Window Assessment Test Appendix 7-B: The Values Systems Survey 215 Appendix 7-C: The PA-PT Survey 219 Appendix 7-D: The Situational Leadership Survey 177 209 221 Chapter 8 What Are the Technical Tools of Lean Management? What Is a Technical Tool? 233 Mapping the Process 234 Identifying Improvements 241 Sustainment 247 Some Success Stories 248 Reviewing a Few Additional Examples of the Technical Tools 248 Wrap-up 269 Chapter 9 What Are the Measures of Lean Success? Why Are the Lean Improvements So Dramatic? Measures 273 Summary 277 Appendix 9-A: Glossary of Terms 279 271 Part III Creating a Lean Supply Chain Management Environment Chapter 10 How to Create an Integrated World-Class Lean SCM Environment How Do the Principles and Goals of Lean and SCM Align? More Examples 293 Industry's Mandate 294 Chapter 11 290 Summary and Conclusions Supply Chain Woes About the Author Index 299 297 295

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