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© Emiel van Est
In the Lean
community we
admire
Taiichi Ohno
for his role in the
development of the
Toyota Production
System.

Published in: Business
  • So the main problem is that Ohno's thinking was way ahead and his followers just copied , intstead of thinking for themselves? Is it his fault that many rushed to use the tools, without fully understanding the spirit of the system he spoke about?
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  • You inspired me with this presentation of yours, 4 years ago.
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  • Thanks Emiel for a truly inspiring presentation!
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  • This is outstanding. As a remote "student" of Ohno and Shingo for 30 years, it took until I had studied martial arts and a stint in the Marines to understand that he was trying to both 1) teach us and 2) keep us in the dark concept by concept until we could stack mastery on top of mastery. It has been Western hubris to think that a system, a philosophy, a worldview that took generations to develop could be co-opted by corporate trainers (and those fancy 3 ring binders that pile up in your office), distilled and implemented cafeteria style (based on the whims of the most powerful person in the executive committee) and get the type of results that Toyota has had.
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  • mooie presentatie!
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