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Déploiement du Lean Management dans un atelier de conditionnement et conduite du changement

Abstract : Most of Lean founding principles, tools and techniques are based on the Toyota Production System (TPS) developed in Japan in the 1950s. The 7 or 8 wastes (muda in Japanese) elimination or reduction is a core concept of Lean. Lean is about generating higher level of added value to satisfy customers’ needs using just needed resources, in timely and cost-effective way. Lots of tools have been developed to achieve operational excellence. However, they have to be associated with an effective management policy to promote Kaizen culture. Human factor is undeniably at the centre of all Lean projects. People involvement is the key success factor but people behaviour is also the main risk factor: reluctance, fear and change resistance are some reasons to implement a change management system for a successful Lean transformation. To obtain the support of all company employees and turn change into an asset, change management methods, through diagnosis, support and communication help ensure Lean projects success.
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Julia Flauder. Déploiement du Lean Management dans un atelier de conditionnement et conduite du changement. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2015. ⟨dumas-01202623⟩



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