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What can Auto learn from Aerospace?

For the past half a century, the automotive industry has been at the pinnacle of success in developing lean principles that every other industry emulates their manufacturing processes after. The fathers of the Toyota production system, five lean principles, and seven wastes concept were Sakichi Toyoda, his sons (Kiichiro Toyoda and Eiji Toyoda), as well as Taiichi Ohno, a manufacturing engineer. These systems and approaches shaped much of the manufacturing industry today and serve as the roots of lean from the major Japanese automotive company.

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