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𝗣𝗗𝗙 | On Jun 1, , M. Rother and others published Learning to published in Learning to See in by Mike Rother & John Shook [7]. Learning to See. Value-Stream Mapping to Create. Value and Eliminate Muda. By Mike Rother and John Shook. Foreword by Jim Womack and Dan Jones. The launch of the book “Learning To See” by John Shook and Mike Rother back in gave the Lean movement the powerful method of Value Stream.

This groundbreaking workbook, which has introduced the value-stream mapping tool to thousands of people around the world, breaks down the important concepts of value-stream mapping into an easily grasped format. The workbook, a Shingo Research Prize recipient in , is filled with actual maps, as well as engaging diagrams and illustrations. The value-stream map is a paper-and-pencil representation of every process in the material and information flow, along with key data. It differs significantly from tools such as process mapping or layout diagrams because it includes information flow as well as material flow. Value-stream mapping is an overarching tool that gives managers and executives a picture of the entire production process, both value and non value-creating activities.

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This limitation of liability shall apply to any claim or cause whatsoever whether such claim or cause arises in contract, tort or otherwise. The Situation 1 Chapter 1. Philosophy and Direction 37 Chapter 4.

Replication:What About Other Companies? There is a widespread feeling that some- thing Toyota does is still not understood and put into practice by non-Toyota companies.

Toyota Kata will change all that. This is not the first book in which Mike Rother presents path- breaking insights into Toyota. A brief look at the message of Foreword vii Learning to See explains how Toyota Kata advances that understanding yet another order of magnitude. Familiar names for some of these techniques are takt time, andon, kanban, heijunka, and jidoka.

That book, however, does not explore why and how these tech- niques evolved, and continue to evolve, at Toyota. How does Toyota develop its solutions?

What specific process do they use? In this era, business organizations also have a great influence on the nature of society.

While a rapid advance of knowledge about human behavior is now under way, those scientific findings are still too far removed from the day-to-day operation of our companies. Business organizations cannot yet access and use them to their benefit in practical ways. Because Toyota Kata is about developing new patterns of thinking and behavior in organizations, it provides a means for science to find appli- cation in our everyday lives. The potential is to reach new levels of per- formance in human endeavor by adopting more effective ways of working, and of working together.

What has prevented this change from happening before now is the lack of a clear and comprehensive Foreword ix explanation of how continuous improvement and adaptation occur in Toyota, the only company I know in the world that truly manages by means, not by results.

McGraw-Hill eBooks are available at special quantity discounts to use as premiums and sales promotions, or for use in corporate training programs. To contact a representative please e-mail us at bulksales mcgrawhill. Use of this work is subject to these terms.

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Neither McGraw-Hill nor its licensors shall be liable to you or anyone else for any inaccuracy, error or omission, regardless of cause, in the work or for any damages resulting therefrom. McGraw-Hill has no responsibility for the content of any information accessed through the work.

This limitation of liability shall apply to any claim or cause whatsoever whether such claim or cause arises in contract, tort or otherwise. Foreword vii Acknowledgments xi Introduction: The Situation 1 Chapter 1.

Philosophy and Direction 37 Chapter 4. The Improvement Kata: Establishing a Target Condition 77 Contents v Chapter 6. Problem Solving and Adapting: The Coaching Kata: What About Other Companies? There is a widespread feeling that some- thing Toyota does is still not understood and put into practice by non-Toyota companies.

Toyota Kata will change all that. This is not the first book in which Mike Rother presents path- breaking insights into Toyota. A brief look at the message of Foreword vii Learning to See explains how Toyota Kata advances that understanding yet another order of magnitude.

Familiar names for some of these techniques are takt time, andon, kanban, heijunka, and jidoka. That book, however, does not explore why and how these tech- niques evolved, and continue to evolve, at Toyota. How does Toyota develop its solutions? What specific process do they use? Now, in Toyota Kata: In this era, business organizations also have a great influence on the nature of society. While a rapid advance of knowledge about human behavior is now under way, those scientific findings are still too far removed from the day-to-day operation of our companies.

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Business organizations cannot yet access and use them to their benefit in practical ways. Because Toyota Kata is about developing new patterns of thinking and behavior in organizations, it provides a means for science to find appli- cation in our everyday lives. The potential is to reach new levels of per- formance in human endeavor by adopting more effective ways of working, and of working together.

What has prevented this change from happening before now is the lack of a clear and comprehensive Foreword ix explanation of how continuous improvement and adaptation occur in Toyota, the only company I know in the world that truly manages by means, not by results.

Lean Enterprise Institute, The Free Press, ; and London: Nicholas Brealey Publishing, and Forewordx Thank you to the many dozens of people who have given me access to their companies and factories, who worked with me or in parallel in testing ideas, engaged in discussion about what we were learning, critiqued my thoughts, and were happy to keep going.

This book also reflects an ongoing dialogue with an ardent group of fellow experimenters, whom I count as colleagues, mentors, and friends. Thank you to: John Shook who was coincidentally preparing a book on a related topic , Professor H.

Andreas Ritzenhoff and Dr. Thank you also to a few exceptional people who over the years have given me support, input, or guidance that opened doors, moved my horizons, and created new possibilities: Jones Lean Enterprise Academy , Mr. And, last but not least, a deep bow to Toyota for giving us such an interesting subject about which to learn.

Acknowledgmentsxii Imagine you have a way of managing that generates initiative among everyone in the organization to adapt, improve, and keep the organ- ization moving forward. Imagine that although this method is dif- ferent from how we currently manage, it is ultimately not difficult to understand.

That is the subject of this book, which describes a way of bringing an organization to the top, and keeping it there, by influencing how everyone in it, yourself included, thinks, acts, and reacts. In many organizations there is an unspoken frustration because of a gap between desired results and what really happens. Targets are set, but they are not reached. Change does not take place.

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