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Today and Tomorrow: Commemorative Edition of Ford's 1926 Classic

Today and Tomorrow: Commemorative Edition of Ford's 1926 Classic

Author/Editor:
Henry Ford
Published By:
CRC Press
Printed Pages:
262 pages
Binding:
Hard Cover
Published:
12/30/2002
Product ID:
BK05PUB63

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Back to Today and Tomorrow: Commemorative Edition of Ford's 1926 Classic

This book is part of SME's Lean Gold Certification book package.

Winner of the 2003 Shingo Prize! Henry Ford is the man who doubled wages, cut the price of a car in half, and produced over two million units a year. Time has not diminished the progressiveness of his business philosophy, or his profound influence on worldwide industry. The modern printing of Today and Tomorrow features an introduction by James J. Padilla, Group Vice President, Ford North America. It also includes an enhanced selection of photos illustrating the processes and facilities Ford covers in the text. Taiichi Ohno acknowledged that a key stimulus to JIT was his close reading of this book. Today, these same ideas are re-emerging to revitalize American industry in new ways.

Features:

  • Includes the full text of one of the most influential books ever written on industry
  • Provides a philosophical blueprint that the American auto industry could use today
  • Features an introduction by James J. Padilla, Group Vice President, Ford North America
  • Includes an enhanced selection of photos illustrating the processes and facilities Ford covers in the text

"I, for one, am in awe of Ford's greatness. I believe Ford was a born rationalistand I feel more so every time I read his writings. He had a deliberate and scientific way of thinking about industry in America. For example, on the issues of standardization and the nature of waste in business, Ford's perception of things was orthodox and universal." — Taiichi Ohno

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