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The Toyota Product Development System
Integrating People, Process, and Technology
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"If you're among the many who have been waiting for a definitive book about Lean Product Development, your wait is over. The Toyota Production System has become extraordinarily famous as well as widely admired and copied in companies around the world. Yet, its product development system is unquestionably as important for Toyota's success as is its production practices, if not more so. The quality performance and broad product appeal among an ever-widening spectrum of customers are undeniable and directly attributable to the efficacy of the company's product development and engineering organization. This book provides both the big picture context and the detail you'll need to understand the fundamental differences between conventional approaches and thinking toward development and Toyota's lean approach. Place this book on an easy-to-reach shelf - you will refer to it over and over, for a long time to come." John Shook President, TWI Network, Inc.,, Author, Learning to See, February 23, 2006 "Absolutely brilliant. This is the most important breakthrough in understanding Toyota's runaway success since Lean Thinking. It has long been common knowledge that most of the cost, quality and attractiveness of a product are determined in the development process, and that Toyota engineers its designs for customer value and lean manufacturing. This insightful book finally gives away the secrets of Toyota's Product Development System, and will allow you to create your own lean development process: read it, and there's no turning back." Freddy Balle & Michael Balle, Authors, The Gold Mine, February 23, 2006 "By combining Jeff Liker's comprehensive insights into the whole Toyota system with Jim Morgan's experience in product development plus his fine-grained investigation of the Toyota development system, they have finally put the whole puzzle together. All that remains is for you to study this volume carefully - and it does demand careful study because it presents a complete system integrating people, process, tools, and technology - and then to transform your own development system." From The Foreword By James P. Womack, Co-Author, The Machine that Changed the World, February 28, 2006 "Product Development is one of the key frontiers of lean thinking in the coming years. Learn how to turn the tables on the competition by reading this book." Daniel T. Jones, Chairman, Lean Enterprise Academy, UK, Co-author, The Machine that Changed the World, February 28, 2006 "How does Toyota do it? This book explores how, presenting both the big picture and providing great details. It describes the "chief engineer system" Toyota employs and discusses product development value stream mapping. It speaks to culture change and design technology. It's also rife with examples and case studies" Review
Foreword Acknowledgments Preface Section One: Introduction Chapter 1: The New Product Development Revolution Chapter 2: The Lean Product Development System Model Section Two: Process Subsystem Chapter 3: Establish Customer-Defined Value to Separate Value-Added From Waste Chapter 4: Front-Load the PD Process to Explore Alternatives Thoroughly Chapter 5: Create a Leveled Product Development Process Flow Chapter 6: Utilizing Rigorous Standardization to Reduce Variation and Create Flexibility and Predictable Outcomes Section Three: Subsystem People Chapter 7: Creating a Chief Engineer System to Lead Development From Start to Finish Chapter 8: Balancing Functional Expertise and Cross-Functional Integration through Organization Chapter 9: Develop Towering Technical Competence in All Engineers Chapter 10: Fully Integrate Suppliers into the Product Development System Chapter 11: Building in Learning and Continuous Improvement Chapter 12: Building a Culture to Support Excellence and Relentless Improvement Section Four: Subsystem Tools and Technology Chapter 13: Adapt Technology to Fit Your People and Process Chapter 14: Align Your Organization Through Simple, Visual Communication Chapter 15: Powerful Tools for Standardization and Organizational Learning Section Five: Creating a Coherent Lean PD System Chapter 16: A Coherent System Chapter 17: Eliminating Waste In The Product Development Value Stream Chapter 18: Getting to Culture Change: The Heart of Lean PPD Appendix Applying Value Stream Mapping to a Product Development Process: The PeopleFlo Manufacturing Inc. Case by Dr. John Drogosz Bibliography Index