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How to Make Lean Work for You - GoLeanSixSigma.com

How to Make Lean Work for You

Lean manufacturing first became known in the late 1970’s as “Kanban” or “Just-in-Time,” and was often considered a distinctly Japanese approach for dealing with suppliers. Its application beyond Japan was doubtful, but over the years we learned that there was much more to what became known as the Toyota Production…

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Lean Six Sigma Glossary - GoLeanSixSigma.com

TOC (aka Theory of Constraints)

The Theory of Constraints boils down to the idea that a process is only as good as its weakest link - and the weak links are bottlenecks. This idea was developed by Eliyahu Goldratt and made famous in his book, “The Goal,” a novel based on a production plant. Once…

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Lean Six Sigma Glossary - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Theory of Constraints (aka TOC)

The Theory of Constraints boils down to the idea that a process is only as good as its weakest link - and the weak links are bottlenecks. This idea was developed by Eliyahu Goldratt and made famous in his book, “The Goal,” a novel based on a production plant. Once…

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