Implementing TWI: Creating and Managing a Skills-Based Culture

Written by Patrick Graupp and Robert J. Wrona
Published by Productivity Press, 2010
Language: English
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This book describes the learning organizations that now use TWI more than 60 years after the TWI programs turned the United States into the industrial giant who won WWII. Based on their experience of implementing TWI in organizations such as Virginia Mason Medical Center and Donnelly Manufacturing, Shingo award winner Patrick Graupp and Robert Wrona have proven why many consider them the most successful TWI trainers in the world. Their practical guidance includes the tools and templates that can make your company's workers a competent and motivated workforce capable of realizing as of yet unprecedented results.

"… uses cases to explain how to create no-nonsense culture change by teaching people how to do work differently, and how to relate to each other differently in order to work more effectively."
— Robert "Doc" Hall, Editor-in-Chief, Target Magazine

"Graupp and Wrona bring many examples of companies that [improved] competitiveness by improving their capacity to fully engage their workforce …" .
—Steven Spear, Sr. Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management

"If you want to get from interesting displays to true standardized work, read this book."

Jeffrey K. Liker, author, The Toyota Way