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Hoshin Kanri: How Toyota Creates a Culture of Continuous Improvement to Achieve Lean Goals Paperback – June 1, 2016
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About the Author
Mohammed Hamed Ahmed Soliman is an industrial engineer, consultant, university lecturer, operational excellence leader, and author. He works as a lecturer at the American University in Cairo and as a consultant for several industrial organizations. Soliman earned a bachelor of science in engineering. He holds numerous certificates in management, industry, quality, and cost engineering. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in quality management. For most of his career, Soliman worked as a regular employee for various industrial sectors. This included crystal-glass making, fertilizers, and chemicals. He did this while educating people about the culture of continuous improvement. His writings on lean manufacturing, leadership, productivity, and business appear in Industrial Engineers, Lean Thinking, and Industrial Management. Soliman’s blog is www.personal-lean.org.
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What got me appreciating the Japanese people more is that these people have good values, values so strong that these values are also incorporated into the workplace and of course we see this displayed in the implementation of the Toyota Production System. Values on hard work, efficiency, teamwork and respect for the employee. Values that even my current organization today, sadly does not have.
As a result of reading this book, I intend on incorporating most, if not all values with my team. I also intend to read more on the Toyota Way.
Good job author!