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Published: May 28, 2008

 
 

Six Keys to a Winning Manufacturing Strategy

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William J. Holstein is a veteran business journalist and author based in New York. For more of his work, visit www.williamholstein.com.
 
 
 
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Resources

  1. Kaj Grichnik, Conrad Winkler, and Jeffrey Rothfeder, Make or Break: How Manufacturers Can Leap from Decline to Revitalization (McGraw-Hill, 2008): An examination of the flaws and limitations of lean manufacturing and Six Sigma, and how businesses can revolutionize their manufacturing practices.
  2. Kaj Grichnik, Conrad Winkler, and Peter von Hochberg, “Manufacturing Myopia,” s+b, Spring 2006: How manufacturers can avoid drifting into decline and irrelevance.
  3. Bill Jackson and Conrad Winkler, “Building the Advantaged Supply Network,” s+b, Fall 2004: Focused, flexible, and lower-cost manufacturing through supply chain network innovations.
  4. Hans-Jörg Kutschera, Peter Obdeijn, Michael Ilgner, and Peter von Hochberg, “Relocate? Transform? Which Option Is Right?s+b Resilience Report, 10/17/06: How to make smart decisions that will maximize manufacturing efficiencies.
  5. Jeffrey Rothfeder and Georgina Grenon, editors, Manufacturing Realities: Breaking the Boundaries of Conventional Practice (strategy+business Books, 2006): Offers a set of solutions for the crisis facing manufacturing today.
 
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