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Publisher's Summary

When it comes to lean tools, 5S is one of the easiest to implement as well as one of the best ways to introduce employees to the idea of continuous improvement. What's more, it has a proven track record thanks to the success Toyota has had using the system for decades. 5S works by pinpointing waste that is hiding at all levels of the company and doing what it can to ensure the waste is minimized as much as possible. If your company could do with a little waste removal, then Lean Tools: 5S is the book you've been waiting for.

Inside you will find everything you'll need to use 5S as a way to promote additional lean processes, while at the same time sorting, setting in order, straightening, shining, and standardizing your way to future success. Do your company a favor, buy this book today! Unless of course you don't need additional ways to ensure your processes are productive as possible.

Inside you will find:

  • Answers to commonly asked questions about 5S
  • A detailed analysis of the system's strengths and weaknesses
  • Tips and tricks for making the actual conversion process as smooth as possible
  • The best ways to ensure 5S is seen as more than just a management fad
  • And more

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Wow. Terrible

1st 5 min, disclaimer.
Next 10: What do the 5 S's stand for?
End of book.
Read by: Stephen Hawking's voice computer.

The only reason I gave 'overall' and 'story' 2stars was to express how bad the narrator is.