Toyota Supported Non-Automotive TPS Applications
Translating collaborative learning into positive sustainable practice
Presentation Code: VS6-09
Value Stream: VS6 - Collaborative & Innovative Lean
Day & Time: Thursday, Oct 18, 2012 - 1:30 PM
Length: 1 hour, 10 minutes
The Toyota Production System revolutionized the manufacturing process. As a result, organizations all over the world wanted to know how they too could benefit from this innovative process. In order to meet this demand, Toyota established its Toyota Production System Support Center. And the center has been very successful. In fact, since it was established in the 1990s, TSSC has helped hundreds of organizations improve how they work. This presentation will describe the Toyota Production Support Center and tell you how it works. If you're interested in the Toyota Production System and how it can benefit your business, then you won't want to miss this presentation.
In this presentation:
- Hear what makes the Toyota Production System so successful.
- Find out why Toyota established the Toyota Production System Support Center.
- Learn how the TSSC helps organizations and nonprofits reduce waste.
- Improve quality, lower costs and shorten your lead times or wait periods.
- See how the Toyota Production System Support Center can help your business.
Toyota Production System Support Center (TSSC)The Toyota Production System Support Center (TSSC) is a not-for-profit corporation affiliated with Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. The center was established by Toyota Motor Corporation in 1992 as the Toyota Supplier Support Center to share Toyota Production System knowledge with North American manufacturing companies and other organizations. Since its inception, more than 170 companies and organizations have used TSSC's services.
Jamie BoniniJames Bonini began his career with Toyota in 2002. He's now general manager of the Toyota Production System Support Center and project general manager of the Operations Management Development Division at Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. Prior to joining Toyota, Jamie worked at DaimlerChrysler, Tritec Motors and the Pilette Road Truck Assembly Plant. Jamie obtained a BSc in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton University, a MSc in mechanical engineering from the University of California at Berkeley and two MSc degrees in management and material science engineering from MIT.
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