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Stop thinking lean tools.

Quality, Cost, Delivery improvements are the results of your employees ‘engagement…You need to develop new ways of doing at each company level! Productivity was the first to introduce and adapt the Toyota Production System in the West (Lean Manufacturing and TPM).

We have worked with Dr Shingo, the father of SMED, Dr Iwata and Dr Nakao, both selected to build the principles of the TPS system in the whole Toyota Supply Chain. For the past four decades, we have partnered with global manufacturers and service companies to develop their internal capabilities so they could reach their goals.


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What is TPM – Total Productive Maintenance

Making assets work to add value. To keep value flowing, and maximize your sales and margin contribution, you must engage everyone in establishing and maintaining equipment and process reliability.

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Flow Management

In the majority of businesses, it appears that the current state material, information and human flows have just evolved over time… no one ever took the time to sit down, think them through end-to-end and design them.

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Cost Reduction

For many businesses today, the magnitude and speed of cost reduction required exceeds what their lean program can deliver.

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TexOps testimonial

“Having had some LEAN training back 10 years ago, we thought our company was quite LEAN.  In consultations with Productivity […]

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TPM Stakeholder Roles and Responsibilities

#23 OE Newsletter

When we were thinking of a topic for this issue of our Operational Excellence Newsletter, I had just completed a conversation with the maintenance manager of an electronics firm who was interested in getting a Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program started at his facility. He asked if I could provide him with some information on stakeholder roles in a TPM effort to help him “sell” the program internally.

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Lean Rollout—Pull, Readiness, and Getting Started

#19 OE Newsletter

The success of an organization’s lean strategy depends on thorough planning, a commitment to the process and engaged leadership. Lean […]

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#5 White Paper

Leaning the Quality Control Laboratory

Pharmaceutical manufacturers continue to operate in an increasingly competitive environment, contending with issues that run the gamut from lost revenue from expired, patents, ballooning costs for new drug research and development, changes required by new regulations and other compliance mandates and...

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#3 White Paper

Lean Practices Support Innovation

To consistently drive top-line growth, leaders must commit to a disciplined and creative focus on meeting today’s market challenges while strengthening capabilities for future competitive mastery. It’s a matter of keeping the core business running optimally without losing sight of what’s on the horizon—and being prepared for and open to “creative destruction.”

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