While there are a number of valuable resources that explain the Lean philosophy or focus solely on operations or manufacturing, none provide an integrated, holistic view and the ahow toa needed to address today's relentless and severe pressure to gain or improve a competitive advantage. End-to-End Lean Management: A Guide to Complete Supply Chain Improvement fills an important void in the current literature. It shows how to apply Lean tools and techniques across the entire supply chain: from suppliers, through transportation, into operations, and through distribution to customers, with principles applicable to all types of organizations. Managers across all industries under constant pressure to find new sources of competitive advantage and to demonstrate performance improvements will find this book a timely and necessary resource.... and, 184a185 Net present value (NPV), 192, 193a193 Newark Liberty Airport, 10a11 Nissan, 142 Nonmanufacturing firms, ... postponement and, 109 See also OEM Marketing channels, 102. ... 114, 191, 211 Materials planning manual adjustments and, 106 system design and, 225 McDonnell Douglas, 11 McLane groceryanbsp;...
|Title||:||End-to-end Lean Management|
|Author||:||Robert J. Trent|
|Publisher||:||J. Ross Publishing - 2008-08-15|