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dc.contributor.authorWalton, Myles
dc.description.abstractThe essence of lean is very simple, but from a research and implementation point of view overwhelming. Lean is the search for perfection through the elimination of waste and the insertion of practices that contribute to reduction in cost and schedule while improving performance of products. This concept of lean has wide applicability to a large range of processes, people and organizations, from concept design to the factory floor, from the laborer to the upper management, from the customer to the developer. Progress has been made in implementing and raising the awareness of lean practices at the factory floor. However, the level of implementation and education in other areas, like product development, is very low.en
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dc.publisherMassachusetts Institute of Technologyen
dc.titleStrategies for Lean Product Developmenten
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    U.S. Air Force, aerospace industry, labor, and MIT collaborate to achieve lean capability at the enterprise level to deliver value to every stakeholder

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