Continuous Improvement Firm (CIF):
Lean Manufacturing Systems
The Toyota Way:
Integrated single piece continuous workflow
Close integration of the whole
chain from raw material to finished product through
oriented relations with
suppliers and distributors.
Kore 10 Tips
processing: a part moves to a production operation, is processed
immediately, and moves immediately to the next operation
Short order-to-ship cycles times; small batch
production capability that is synchronized to shipping schedules
Production is based on orders rather than
forecasts; production planning is driven by customer demand or "pull"
and not to suit machine loading or inflexible work flows on the shop
Toyota Production System
Minimal inventories at each stage of the
Quick changeovers of machines and equipment
allow different products to be produced with one-piece flow in small
Layout is based on product flow
Total quality control.
Active involvement by workers in trouble shooting and problem solving to
improve quality and
Areas Targeted by TQM in Japan
Defect prevention rather than inspection and
rework by building quality in the process and implementing real time
Team based work
organizations with multi skilled operators
empowered to make decisions
and improve operations with few indirect staff.
Example of a Lean Value Chain
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