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a| Radeka, Katherine., e| author.
a| The mastery of innovation : b| a field guide to lean product development / c| Katherine Radeka.
a| Boca Raton, Fla. : b| CRC Press, c| 2013.
a| 1 online resource (xix, 245 p. ) b| ill.
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a| This text compiles the experiences of over 150 companies that have embraced the theories of Lean product development. It provides an integrated view of Lean as it is practiced inside successful companies today. b| What do Ford Motor Company, Steelcase, Scania, Goodyear, Novo Nordisk, and Philips Electronics have in common? They all need to get their best ideas to market as fast as possible. They need to achieve the mastery of innovation. When these companies needed to accelerate time-to-market, get more new products to customers, and improve their ROI from investments in R&D, they turned to Lean Product Development to help them master the process of innovation. By adapting Lean ideas to their specific product development challenges, they learned how to focus innovation on the problems that would maximize customer and business value, and deliver on their best ideas. Winner of a Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award! The Mastery of Innovation: A Field Guide to Lean Product Development describes the experiences of 19 companies that have achieved significant results from Lean Product Development. Their stories show that Lean Product Development delivers results: Ford Motor Company completely reinvented its Global Product Development System and put decades of knowledge about automotive design at its engineers' fingertips DJO Global, a medical device company, more than tripled the number of products they released to the market and cut development time by 60% Playworld Systems cut time-to-market in half-twice The diverse set of North American and European case studies in this book range from very small product development organizations (three engineers) to very large (more than 10,000). Some of the industries represented include automotive, medical devices, industrial products, consumer electronics, pharmaceuticals, scientific instruments, and aerospace. These companies have generously shared their knowledge about Lean Product Development to help you get your best ideas to market faster.
a| Electronic reproduction. c| Askews and Holts. n| Mode of access: World Wide Web.
a| Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
a| Includes bibliographical references.
a| Foreword to be determined -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Lean product development : the mastery of innovation -- What is the mastery of innovation? -- Value and waste in product development -- The lean product development benchmarking study -- The pioneers of lean product development -- DJO global : the fundamentals of lean product development -- Scania technical centre : a pioneering lean product champion -- Ford Motor Company : how to revitalize an American icon -- Lean product development to make the right products -- Buckeye technologies : lean tools for strategic alignment -- Steelcase : go-and-see new customers to open new markets -- Philips : comprehensive lean scheduling -- Lean product development to make products better, faster, cheaper -- Novo Nordisk : metrics to drive change -- Visteon : knowledge at the engineer's fingertips -- A-Dec : project chiefs to speed decision-making -- Lean product development transformation -- Nielsen Kellerman : just start somewhere -- Vaisala : from pilot projects to global transformation -- Playworld systems : how to cut time to market in half, twice -- The path of innovation mastery -- Innovation mastery : how to begin with lean product development -- Epilogue just start somewhere, just do something -- Appendix 1: The mastery of innovation self-assessment -- Appendix 2: Guide for book study groups -- Appendix 3: List of participating companies -- Appendix 4: Suggested reading list -- Index.
a| Production planning.
a| New products x| Management.
a| Lean manufacturing.
a| Industrial efficiency.
a| Electronic books.