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Taiichi Ohno is considered by some to the be father of the Toyota Production System.
Jeffrey Liker’s 14 principles reflect the work practices of the Toyota Production System:
John Kotter is a recognized authority on the Toyota Production System.
The Deming/ Shewhart Cycle is also known as PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act).
Leadership is the least important factor in a successful Lean implementation.
The support of middle managers are critical to the success of any continuous improvement initiative.
The shared philosophy of leaders is the most important factor in leading improvement teams forward.
Leadership is key to a successful initiative.
The training of a small representative sample of employees will ensure organization-wide training. A small sample of trained employees is all that’s required for successful continuous improvement initiative.
Empowering workers to make small, incremental improvements will result in a significant number of annual improvements.