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Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
Toyota As Number One
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  • 1. TOYOTA as NUMBER ONE
  • 2.
    • What company is the world’s largest
    • automaker?
    • Since April 2007,TOYOTA .
  • 3.
    • The company is also the world’s best automaker.
    • Quality and reliability
    • Customer loyalty
    • Gaining the time
  • 4.
    • The vaunted production system of Toyoto(TPS) with quality and efficiency.
    • Lean manufacturing
    • Business processes and information system based on the principles of:
    • Just in time
    • Quality
    • Continuous improvement
    • Creating customer value
  • 5. Culture of Toyota’s TPS
    • To do away with waste
    • Manufacture product without maintaining an inventory
    • To improve production
  • 6. The Key Concept of TPS
    • There are three key concept of TPS:
    • Jidoka
    • Kaizen
    • Andons
  • 7. The Key Concept of TPS
    • JIDOKA refers to just in time supply chain system and the ability to stop production to prevent defects.
    • Ex: Seat installation process.
    • To operate without stored inventory
    • To reduce errors
    • To satisfy customer demand
    • Developing own software to manage this scheduling.
    • The Assembly Line Control System(ALCS)
  • 8. JIDOKA
  • 9. The Key Concept of TPS
    • KAIZEN is the component that seeks continuous improvement,often by eliminating waste from the system.
    • Ex: Toyota’s Dealer Daily Internet Portal
    • To reduce the wait time for customers.
  • 10. KAIZEN
  • 11. The Key Concept of TPS
    • ANDONS are visual controls that provide an up to the minute look at how the production process is running.
    • Ex: Electronic dashboards,overhead displays,plasma screens.
    • Gives accurate report
  • 12. ANDONS
  • 13. The Key Concept of TPS
    • More advanced ANDONS
    • Connecting to the assembly line machinery
    • Using plasma screens
  • 14. Competitors’ Perspective
    • Other auto companies have studied Toyota’s methods but have had trouble imitating them.
  • 15. Toyota’s Real Secret:Hint,It Is Not TPS
    • Toyota helps suppliers with product strategy,such as PTC.
    • Mutual success is the key to the relationship.
    • Lean product development is key to long-range success of the enterprise.
  • 16. Toyota’s Real Secret:Hint,It Is Not TPS
    • Are you considering emulating TPS or the Toyota Product Development System?
    • Two key aspects os Toyota’s development:
    • Customer – driven
    • The lean principles of TPS apply.
    • On culture,the key point is that people must be receptive to input from different areas of the organization.
  • 17.
    • THANKS FOR LISTENING…

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