Implementing Lean

  • Bruno G. Rüttimann
Chapter

Abstract

In the previous chapters we have been going through the manufacturing theory, which stands at the base of the systemic mono-pillar Lean model of Fig.  2.3. The enounced theorems, corollaries and lemmas represent the theoretic foundation of a complex and at the same time most performant manufacturing system. Nevertheless, it is the implementation of such a Lean manufacturing system and the continuous improvement which represents the real challenge.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bruno G. Rüttimann
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  1. 1.D-MAVT - IWFinspire AG/ETH ZürichZürichSwitzerland

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