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Two groups of people start with the same task, equipped with the same resources and the same initial conditions. One of them, however, consistently beats the other. What is the difference between what the two groups are doing, and what we can take from the best performer, to make our own efforts more successful? According to some reports, the designers Toyota, consistently create automotive design, which is easier to manufacture, less total time and cost in machine hours. They also argue that the design of Toyota advantage is rooted in the specific tools and processes that are superior to their competitors. The note states that the so-called Toyota special tools and processes to create the general characteristics of products and processes that explain the design and describes the advantages of these characteristics. "Hide
by Steven J. Spear 15 pages. Publication Date: August 20, 2001. Prod. #: 602035-PDF-ENG

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