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The first edition of The Quantum Leap: Speed to Market, written by John R. Costanza in 1984, played a key role in communicating the manufacturing methods advocated by the use of Demand Flow® Technology (DFT). At that time John's documentation of the technology was new and implementation of the discipline produced a series of dramatic success stories as multiple manufacturing companies embraced the emerging business practices guided by Demand Flow® Technology. In 2005 The Quantum Leap: Next Generation book was ...
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Overview

The first edition of The Quantum Leap: Speed to Market, written by John R. Costanza in 1984, played a key role in communicating the manufacturing methods advocated by the use of Demand Flow® Technology (DFT). At that time John's documentation of the technology was new and implementation of the discipline produced a series of dramatic success stories as multiple manufacturing companies embraced the emerging business practices guided by Demand Flow® Technology. In 2005 The Quantum Leap: Next Generation book was released from Dean Gilliam and Steve Taylor-Jones to update the text and further document the Demand Flow® Business Strategy.
Many practitioners obtained their initial exposure to the technology and business strategy by reading The Quantum Leap books and attending education classes provided by DFT Experts in the field. There was no detailed text book written previously to provide an explanation of the required implementation skills, including practical advice related to the organization and deployment of Demand Flow® Technology. This book provides the detailed explanation of each tool and technique comprising the body of knowledge of Demand Flow Technology and thus fulfils a guidance and reference role for the manufacturing engineering professional.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468178227
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/2/2012
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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