—John Broadbridge, VP of Production, The Carlsberg Group
RFS brought smaller production runs, increased performance, lower stocks and stability that is so important for building a continuous improvement culture. It is being adopted by many affiliates across Philip Morris International with great success.
—Krzysztof Stolarek, Manager Production, Philip Morris, Polska S.A.
This book is the missing link in many Lean journeys.
—Daniel T. Jones, Chairman, Lean Enterprise Academy UK
RFS is an important part of a Lean Six Sigma journey and has brought stability for sustainable continuous improvement. RfS and its principles are being used in multiple parts of the supply chain to improve flow and business results.
—Kevin Smith, Director, Business Process Transformation, Kraft Foods Group
What is remarkable is that so few companies or people have arrived at this understanding of heijunka. I have stumbled across no-one, until you, who has discovered this on their own. I think, as you suggest, more people should be able to understand these concepts.
—John Shook CEO, Lean Enterprise Institute USA
The importance of creating schedule stability through green stream RfS logic cannot be overstated – it drives customer service and Supply Chain inventory and cost improvements all at the same time.
—Steve Ackroyd, Lean Manager & Six Sigma Coach, 3M