by Larry Rubrich
The first book in the "Making Companies Globally Competitive Series", this book examines in detail the reasons that so many companies experience less than desired results in their productivity initiatives. The book provides a list of ten mistakes that companies make, as well as how to avoid these mistakes in order to ensure a successful Lean Implementation.
Hardback, 114 pages.
Praise for How to Prevent Lean Implementation Failures
"Larry's 17 years of World Class Manufacturing implementation experience provides the foundation for presenting a very practical guide to avoiding the pitfalls and roadblocks that occur in every Lean Implementation."
Robert T. Barnes, Executive Director Maryland World Class Manufacturing Consortium
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