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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Zassd saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The highest quality cars with the fewest defects of any competing manufacturer. In factories around the globe, Toyota consistently raises the “This book will give you an understanding of what has made Toyota successful and some practical ideas that you can use to develop your own approach to business.
In zasadd around the globe, Toyota consistently raises the bar for manufacturing, product development, and process excellence. The result is an amazing business success story: The Toyota Way reveals the management principles behind Toyota’s worldwide reputation for quality and reliability. Jeffrey Liker, a renowned authority on Toyota’s Lean methods, explains how you can adopt these principles–known as the “Toyota Production System” or “Lean Production”–to improve the speed of your business processes, improve product and service quality, and cut costs, no matter what your industry.
Drawing on his extensive research on Toyota, Dr. Liker shares his insights into the foundational principles at work in the Toyota culture. He explains how the Toyota Production System evolved as a new paradigm of manufacturing excellence, transforming businesses across industries.
You’ll learn how Toyota fosters employee involvement at all levels, discover the difference between traditional process improvement and Toyota’s Lean improvement, and learn why companies zqsad think they are Lean–but aren’t. Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles from the World’s Greatest Manufacturer
To ask other readers questions about The Toyota Wayplease sign up. Lots of good and interesting reviews. Time to read this book to understand the Japanese management principles. See 2 questions about The Toyota Way….
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Lists with This Book. Apr 17, Jan-Maat added it Shelves: Since reading this book every time I hear of Toyota having problems, a car recall or a design fault I smile wryly and wonder which of their principles they had forgotten. That is unfair of me because the subtext of the book is that companies evolve and the Toyota story is about a company that moved from power looms to truck production to mass-produced cars responding to demand and aware of their business environment that they operated in.
There is a little detail about how they prepare to launch Since reading this book every time I hear of Toyota having problems, a car recall or a design fault I smile wryly and wonder 114 of their principles they had forgotten.
There is a little detail about how they prepare to launch in a new market by getting one of their employees xasad drive in a hire car around North -America – who marvels at the size of the drinks sold to drivers and notes the road conditions, before toyoth set to designing a car for the North-American market – one that had many oversized toyotyy holders.
This is a book about zsaad than cars, the focus is on the cultural values of the company, in car production still inspired by the legacy of long time Toyota manager Taiichi Ohnothough his book Toyota Production System: Beyond large-scale production is much more interesting on the philosophy or spiritual side of the companies developments, this though is a good supplement on the history and nut and bolts.
View all 4 comments. Sep 12, Ahmad Badghaish rated it it was amazing. Jan 16, Vikram Kalkura rated it really liked zasar. The Toyota way should be everyone’s way. Great book with greater insights on how to be successful in your business along with how to make a profitable business. The insights can be applied not only for the automobile or transport industries but also for the software companies as well. TPS and Lean manufacturing has been created and developed by Toyota and now are used by many companies across the world.
The book zasaad why Toyota has become one of the most successful company in the world and w The Toyota way should be everyone’s way. The book explains why Toyota has become one of the most royoty company in the world and why Ford came in to inspect the TPS – Toyota production system.
The 5s methodology – sort, straighten, shine, standardise and sustain is a great learning from this book. Love the JIT and how tiyoty stop the production as soon as they find a fault or defect in the production zxsad. Also explains on how to minimal waste and improve efficiency. Also this book will make you understand why Japanese are the best as well. They just don’t do things. They ask why and and then do it and do it to perfection. Overall a great book to read to be a successful manager and to have a better success at any venture that you start.
One thing that ponders me after reading this is why does Toyota recall some of the cars if they have followed the TPS and all the systems in place properly. What principle is at flaw here and that’s why I have given 4 stars. Oct 25, Erwin rated it really liked it. 144 Industries Corporation was a Japanese maker of automatic looms device used to weave cloth when Kiichiro eldest son of the founder established the Toyota Motor Corporation.
Toyota had was capital poor, resource poor, and the Japanese car market was small. Eventually, the strategy of operational excellence elimination of waste allowed resource poor Toyota to dominate it’s res Toyota Industries Corporation was a Japanese maker of automatic looms device used to weave cloth when Kiichiro eldest son of the founder established the Toyota Motor Corporation.
Eventually, the strategy of operational excellence elimination of waste allowed resource poor Toyota to dominate it’s resource rich western rivals.
Ironically, Kiichiro was inspired toypty Henry Ford ‘s bookwhich many Ford Motor Company managers and executives have not read. Kiichiro’s critical insight is similar to Eliyahu M.
Goldratt ‘s Theory of Constraints with it’s focus on optimisation, especially as related to the factory floor. Typically factories want to keep all of their capital equipment busy, so that they can make good use of their investment.
Each machine creates small piles of partially finished goods. As if you’ve poured lots of grease into an engine. Even if the parts don’t fit together and operate precisely, the engine will still work because it’s heavily lubricated. Like the early days of Sam WaltonKiichiro was capital poor, he couldn’t compete using the same strategy as his advisories.
By draining all of the lubrication intermediate stages of inventory out of the system, problems would constantly come to the surface. Each time a problem was located, it was corrected.
The result was a machine that was built to constantly improve. Kiichiro’s strategy can be applied to more than just the assembly line. Toyotg crux of the issue is as simple as Obvious Adams – focus on your customer and see the world from their perspective.
Fortunately, Kiichiro’s strategy is more rigorous, offering specific tactics and tools. Toyota has developed a set of concepts that dominate much of the manufacturing world.
Waste is typically represented as inventory. The result is Lean Manufacturing, or ultimately the Lean Enterprise. Core principles of the Zasqd Way Lean are: Managers must go to the source of the problem and see it with their own eyes, not trust the verbal tooyoty written reports of their subordinates. No matter how good the zasda is, it can always be made more perfect. Build a system where problems easily come to the surface, and fix them quickly.
Kanbans put a cap on the maximum amount of each type of inventory at a given time. Zzsad kanbans represent inventory, and inventory is waste, a lean enterprise starts with Kanban’s but eventually works to minimize and eliminate them. Also, not taking advantage of your employees latent skill is also a form of waste.
Peaks and troughs in production create waste. Sometimes everybody is working overtime. Enlist the sales and marketing team to help equalise demand.
From sourcing of materials to sales of finished goods, ideally you want the process to work like a metronome. Something like a Stop Sign that allows any employee to stop the system anytime that a production defect is located. It is always cheaper to fix a defect at the source than to allow the defect to progress through production and zwsad it during QA.
The power to stop the system also shows trust in employees and empowers them, helping them to be emotionally committed to the process. That said, I think that any sort of “miracle elixir” that points out the “one zqsad way” must be eyed skeptically.
Toyota’s success just as much the result of Japanese economic policy and luck as it is the “inevitable result” of Toyota’s philosophy and discipline. I think that this methodology is not suitable to every manufacturing 114, but only to companies where the entire management and even a large percentage of the employees are really willing to strive for perfectionism over the long term.
Model 3M Toyoty: Muda, Mura, Muri – Lean
One Amazon reviewer from North Carolina recently wrote that: Within a year of our company implement Jeffrey Liker’s “Toyota Way” our company started losing customers and money. Now hundreds of people are out of work – all thanks to the “Toyota Way”.
Jan 04, Brian rated it really liked it Shelves: This book took me on a much longer journey than expected. I found it to be so packed with information that it took a while to wade through.
Coming from a church leadership background instead of a manufacturing background meant that I did not have some of the prerequisites that the book’s intended audience toyogy have. For me personally, Part 1 The World-Class Power of the Toyota Way was an interesting look into the changing world of manufacturing and lean production.
It has helped me appreciate This book took me on a much longer journey than expected. It has helped me appreciate where some of my congregants are coming from in the workday lives, but it did 144 strike me as deeply as I had hoped from toyotg leadership standpoint. That came in Part 2. foyoty