Experiences with Including Purchased Parts in Kanban


 
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Experiences with Including Purchased Parts in Kanban
Eric Schmitz, Belgium, SIG Leader
Taiichi Ohno was plant manager of a Toyota factory when he started experimenting with JIT, Kanban and other Lean tools. This is one of his stories:
we used Kanban in select areas only and the purchased parts were the very last to be put on a Kanban system. If you cannot get your Kanban system to work properly within your factory, there is absolutely no way you can use Kanban with your suppliers
Do you have experience with implementation of JIT and Kanban systems where this principle was followed and did it work? Or do you have different experiences? Please react and share your experiences....Sign up
 

 
First Proper Internal Kanban, then Involve Suppliers
Joe Marshall, Management Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
I had the good fortune to develop Kanban systems under the guidance of Akira Takenaka (who worked directly with Ohno and taught the systems on behalf...Sign up
 

 



















 


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