Some manufacturing problems are relatively small or simple and are dealt with as part of the normal routine. When larger problems are significant enough to discuss in a meeting they often need a concerted effort to resolve. One method of dealing with these problems is to manage them like a project. This book describes how small teams can resolve large problems using the project approach, often with huge impact and with little use of resources. The key to this approach is a structured and managed methodology with consecutive steps. This is a book on using the project management approach to solving larger problems in manufacturing. The methods used are explained in detail including a worked example. This is a precise guide with no anecdotes or extraneous material.

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