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The Toyota Way 4P Systems Model

Lean can be approached from many different angles. In this video, Jeffrey Liker explains how "Lean Thinking" led him to write "The Toyota Way," and how he developed the 4P model.

  • 0:17 - Why Jeffrey wrote The Toyota Way
  • 2:38 - Jeffrey’s concerns about Lean Thinking
  • 4:20 - The Toyota Way 4P Systems Model
  • 6:35 - How Toyota views lean

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