Lean Systems Definition:
- A systematic approach to the identification
and elimination of waste and non-value added activities
through employee development and continuous improvement
in all products and services.
Synchronous Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, Organizational
Development, World Class Manufacturing, Demand Flow, Just-In-Time,
Cellular, SMED, Kaizen, Suggestion Systems, TQM - they are
all needed in the system, and they are all here.
Lean Systems Inc. is more than just manufacturing - we offer
services in healthcare, construction, manufacturing and retail.
"This learning process can work for any type
- Taiichi Ohno - Founder Toyota Production
do you create the thinking environment?
Unlike benchmarking Lean does NOT dictate a
result, it obsesses over the process. The process experts
will create standards and recognize abnormalities to problem
solve within the system. Lean systems evaluates all components
in the overall system to show relationships and aligns them
so that they are in harmony with one another, thus maximizing
Release the creative talent within your organization
by giving them the vision to "See" value and non-value
added steps in the system.
Lean production was founded in Japan based
upon the Toyota Production System (TPS) in the 1950's. It
was created to cut costs and improve efficiency by eliminating
waste. "Lean" is not about working harder. It is
about working smarter.
"This challenging spirit is job
security. Knowledge, not rank, is what matters"
- Koki Hirashima - Former President and
CEO of Honda of N. A.
We are fans of the working mind.