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Beyond Partnership: Strategies for Innovation and Lean Supply (Manufacturing Practitioner)

Author: Richard Lamming

Genre: Business-Economics-Finance

PRODUCT DETAILS
Publisher: Prentice Hall / Published Year: 1993

Pages: 320 pages / Weight: 489 g

Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 100mm

Notes: Stained outside


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This text is primarily aimed at strategic management in the component supply industry, purchasing and sales staff and directors within the vehicle assembly industry throughout the world. It should also appeal to IPS and BPICS professional examinees, and undergraduate and postgraduate students in MBA and business studies, engineering and automotive engineering. Richard Lamming first developed the "lean supply" model in "The Machine That Changed the World", and this is a complete presentation of that model. The book describes the development of the international automotive components industry from 1900 to the present day and discusses shared technical change and innovation in this context. There follows a comprehensive discussion of vendor-customer relationships, and a development of the "lean supply" model within "lean production". The book then discusses strategies for the future in this industry.

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This text is primarily aimed at strategic management in the component supply industry, purchasing and sales staff and directors within the vehicle assembly industry throughout the world. It should also appeal to IPS and BPICS professional examinees, and undergraduate and postgraduate students in MBA and business studies, engineering and automotive engineering. Richard Lamming first developed the "lean supply" model in "The Machine That Changed the World", and this is a complete presentation of that model. The book describes the development of the international automotive components industry from 1900 to the present day and discusses shared technical change and innovation in this context. There follows a comprehensive discussion of vendor-customer relationships, and a development of the "lean supply" model within "lean production". The book then discusses strategies for the future in this industry.

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