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LEAN - Benefits
and Guides to Implementation

Leaning Into Six Sigma : A Parable of the Journey to Six Sigma and a Lean Enterprise (Paperback)
by Barbara Wheat, Chuck Mills, Mike Carnell

How to combine today's two most popular continuous improvement methodologies: Lean Enterprise and Six Sigma.

The Journey to Lean: Are We There Yet? Introduce Your Organization to the Basics of Lean Enterprise (Paperback)
by Brian Leonard M.S.

This book reads like a novel, not a textbook, which makes it easier to learn the material.

Learning to See Version 1.3 (Spiral-bound)
by Mike Rother, John Shook, Jim Womack, Dan Jones

This is a workbook for Value Stream Mapping -beginner stage.

Creating Continuous Flow: An Action Guide for Managers, Engineers and Production Associates (Lean Enterprise Institute) (Spiral-bound)
by Mike Rother, Rick Harris

This is a workbook for Value Stream Mapping.

Making Materials Flow: A Lean Material-Handling Guide for Operations, Production-Control, and Engineering Professionals (Spiral-bound)
by Rick Harris, Chris Harris, Earl Wilson, Jim Womack

This is a workbook for Value Stream Mapping.

Lean TPM: A Blueprint for Change (Tudor Business Publishing) (Hardcover)
by Dennis McCarthy, Nick Rich

Merging the benefits of Lean Thinking and Total Productive Maintenance, Lean TPM shows how to secure increased manufacturing efficiency.

The Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger: Create Value and Eliminate Waste Throughout Your Company (Spiral-bound)
by Richard L. Macinnes

This is a quick reference for implementing Lean.

Value VSM: Value Stream Mapping (Map)
by Collin McLoughlin

This poster is a great overview of the steps of Value Stream Mapping.

Value Stream Management (Paperback)
by Don Tapping, Tom Shuker, Tom Luyster

This provides an effective approach to implementation of lean approach.

Lean Thinking : Banish Waste and Create Wealth in Your Corporation, Revised and Updated (Hardcover)
by James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones, James Womack, Daniel Jones

How to define the "value" that you produce and identify and clarify the "value stream".

The Complete Lean Enterprise: Value Stream Mapping For Administrative And Office Processes (Paperback)
by Beau Keyte, Drew Locher

How to apply lean strategies in non-manufacturing environments.

Grizmo on Lean Enterprise

Keep Your Management System FIT - How to Remove FAT from your Management System?

1 Lean Enterprise
2 History of Lean
3 Lean Tools
4 Application of Lean
5 Lean implementation program

In a Lean Enterprise you are able to produce more with existing resources by eliminating non-value added activities. To accomplish this, you work to eliminate overproduction. You only make what customers want when they want it.

It is a systematic approach to eliminating waste and creating flow throughout the whole company. It helps you develop and implement a long-term plan to streamline your operations for success.

Here are some of the benefits of Lean Enterprise:

Reduce cycle time
Reduce inventory
Reduce Work-in-Process (WIP)

Reduce costs
Increase capacity
Improve lead times
Increase productivity
Improve quality
Increase profits

Selecting a right tool for the job at hand can simplify the implementation process. You save time and money. Once you decide that you want to implement Lean Enterprise you may want to selct the "Standard Business Roadmap Diagnostic Package".

With the right tools you can get right to the task and spend your time on tasks that will pay you back.

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