These cards extend Lean learning beyond the classroom and allow employees to quickly jog their memory of the twelve most commonly used Lean tools.
(PRWEB) October 14, 2010
Lean Learning Solutions Inc. introduces the Lean Tools Pocket Cards, a set of twelve illustrated cards that provide a visual overview and detailed view of the most common tools used in Lean organizations.
“There are many new concepts and Japanese words to remember when embarking on a lean transformation,” says Pascal Dennis, author of The Remedy, Getting the Right Things Done, and other Lean best-sellers. “These cards extend Lean learning beyond the classroom and allow employees to quickly jog their memory of the twelve most commonly used Lean tools.”
Topics covered include: Strategy Deployment, Waste, Visual Order (5S), Visual Control, Standardized Work, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Problem Solving, Problem Solving Tools, Kaizen, Kanban, Poka Yoke, and Quick Changeover.
Lean Tools Pocket Cards are made out of tear-resistant, waterproof card stock to withstand daily use. Cards are 3 3/8” x 5 3/8”, bound at the top by one clip ring to allow customers to change the sequence to suite their needs. The Lean Tools Pocket Cards are available now in the United States through Amazon.com. Pricing starts at $18.95 per set. Customers outside of the United States must contact Lean Learning Solutions directly to order.
Find out more about LLS’s Pocket Cards by visiting http://www.leansystems.org. Order cards directly by visiting http://www.amazon.com and search for “Lean Tools Pocket Cards” or "Pascal Dennis" in "All Departments".
About Lean Learning Solutions Inc.
Lean Learning Solutions Inc. provides Lean educational material that teaches core concepts and supports implementation across the enterprise. The Directors, Pascal Dennis and Alistair Norval, are veterans of leading Lean companies who have grasped Lean production through years of practice, and by studying with Lean masters in Japan and North America. Lean Learning Solutions is a subsidiary of Lean Pathways Inc. Visit http://www.leansystems.org for more information.