Japan 2020 Technical Mission
Why Should I Join a Technical Mission to Japan - Lean Way Consulting:
Why the Lean System?
Increased Competitiveness… this is the key driver for most change initiatives.
The change process is premised on evolving from a current state to a future state, enabling higher performance rates and better results. Identifying a benchmark is a critical step in that process.
For the last 30 years, the Lean System, originating from the Toyota Production System (TPS), has become an important benchmark in terms of management model (Business: Lean Enterprise; Operations/Manufacturing: Lean Manufacturing).
It is no coincidence that Toyota is the largest, most competitive and most profitable among the world’s auto companies! The reason for its position and superior performance is Toyota’s extraordinary ability to effectively manage and integrate major business functions – a peerless management system and a benchmark for organizations throughout the world.
The Lean System has become a benchmark for the most competitive global companies in a myriad of industries, clear evidence that its application is not restricted to the auto industry.
Stock Performance of Lean Companies
- Mean performance of TOP 20 Lean Companies: 21.71%
- S&P 500 Performance: 10,07%
|Ford Motor Compan||16.85||63,91%|
|Steelcase Inc. Co||10.21||55.17%|
|Deere & Company C||82.57||49.34%|
|Nike, Inc, Common||90.27||40.21%|
|Stanley Black & D||65.60||27.43%|
|Textron Inc, Comm||23.59||24.35%|
|Pentair, Inc, Com||36.43||11.65%|
|IIIinois Tool Wor||52.71||10.81%|
|Hillenbrand Ind C||20.25||10.47%|
|Johnson & Johnson||62.49||0.02%|
|Toyota Motor Corp||77.23||-9.23%|
A management model focused on meeting client needs as best as possible that also gives top priority to building a safe (in the broadest sense of the word) environment with high morale.