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Table Of Contents
Introduction Phase 1 Holding Actions Introduction Highlights of Key Items Holding Action First Tool 1: Continuous Flow Manufacturing Tool 2: High-Velocity Working Capital Tool 3: Process Utilization: Total Team Game Plan Tool 4: Pull Systems Push Your Production Forecast out the Door and Pull in Customer Satisfaction Tool 5: Root Cause Analysis Tool 6: Single-Minute Exchange of Dies Tool 7: Strategic Business Units An Old Idea Updated Makes Sense: Saves People, Space, and Overhead Important Points Conclusion Tool 8: Zero-Based Process Mapping Ten Steps to Process Mapping Tool 9: Strategic Kanbans Tool 10: Accelerated Return on Kaizen (ARK) Necessity Is the Mother of Invention Summary Tool 11: Supply Chain Management Tool 12: Inventory Turns Control A Items B Items C Items Tool 13: Mall Theory Summary for Phase 1: Holding Actions Phase 2 The Business Command Center Introduction to the Business Command Center Bold Breakthrough that Will Make You Rethink Your Leadership The Business Command Center What Is a Business Command Center? Implementing the Business Command Center Key Points of the Circulatory Management Chart Special Points Circulatory Management Business Command Center: Leadership How Do You Organize Control of the Command Center? Summary What Are the Benefits of Having a Business Command Center? Future Possibilities Field Sales Organization Distribution Centers Closing Thoughts Further Information and Homework Advanced Value Stream Mapping Accounting: The Dictators of Corporations or Forgotten Priests? What Should Its Role Be? U.S. Product Engineering: Is It a Misdirected Missile as It Is Now Organized? Industrial Engineering: The Forgotten Function? Index
With more than 30 years of manufacturing experience, Roger G. Lewandowski is the former President of Carrier Air Conditioning for all of Canada and former president of their largest division Residential Division with over $2 billion in annual sales. After retiring from Carrier in 1993, Roger started World Competition Consultants and continues to troubleshoot for major Fortune 500 companies today. He has a vast imagination and a wealth of experience which has helped senior management develop profitable strategic plans and new approaches to marketing, sales, and distribution. Mr. Lewandowski is a proven motivational speaker and is the author of three books: Successful Leaders' Secrets, Revolutionary Managers' Handbook, and The Business Command Center. Roger is a Graduate of General Motors Institute with a BS Degree in industrial engineering.