Hiren50
Portfolio Management
Ramesh Rajagopal
Sr. Manager-business Excellence
Melvin207384
Asst Manager Mfg
Salraj
Service

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Dear HR Team,
Did you know these facts!!!
1)More than 95 % of the activities we do in our organizations are non value added!!! . Customer pays only for the balance 5 %.....
2) Toyota is the first company to recognize this. Using Lean Management approach Toyota continuously minimised its Non Value added activities.
3) This made Toyota most profitable automaker in the world.
4) Lean Management techniques can be applied to any type of industry.
5) Lean is recognised as most powerful strategy for Business Excellence.
Want to implement Lean in your organization ?
Please go through the attached presentation
Regards- PR

From Singapore, Singapore

Attached Files
File Type: pdf lean_management_185.pdf (800.8 KB, 918 views)

Hello,
There is no information regarding the workshop mentioned here on website....
Do let me know the fees for the same and other facilities to be provided.
If possible do let me know abt the faculties also.
Regards,

From India, Ahmadabad
Hi, Please refer the attached brochure for more details about the workshop. Regards- PR
From Singapore, Singapore

Attached Files
File Type: pdf lean_management_brochure_156.pdf (51.2 KB, 134 views)

hi PR, adding a presentation on lean manufacturing for all. contains quite good information.
From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: ppt lean_mfg_mel___tushar_134.ppt (531.5 KB, 290 views)

That is very thought provking and true. It applies to education as well. A lot of people consider coneventional MBA education grossly inadequate. This is an extract from one of my articles:-
Talent management is in vogue these days. Though the term is usually used in the context of celebrities in field of creative arts, when one considers a broader spectrum, the problem is that companies from a cross-section of industries — ICICI Bank, Pantaloon, Ernst and Young, TCS, Infosys etc — find conventional management education grossly inadequate and are tying up with academicians to provide customised solutions for their respective companies. One article even stated that only 20 per cent of the talent pool was suitable for corporate India and people had to be groomed for becoming industry-ready. This is critical as success in the future would depend on a company’s ability to find and retain talented people
Education too needs to be more practical.

From India, New Delhi
Hi,
According to fortune 500 results 2006, Toyota is one of the top profit making company (14 Billion Dollars!!!!) in the world. And for more or less same turnover, General motor incurred a loss of 2 Billion dollars !!!!
The secret of Toyota's success is optimum utilization of people talent through systems like Kaizen and Lean. It is good example for disciplined people,disciplined thoughts and disciplied action.
Regards-PR

From Singapore, Singapore
Thanks a lot to RR, Mel & Tush for bringing this subject to everybodys notice. This goes to prove that "Profit" is everywhere and one has to identify and use the right tool to achieve the same.
Regards

From India, Bangalore
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