Beyond Lean: Simulation in Practice
by Charles R. Standridge
Publisher: Grand Valley State University 2013
Number of pages: 323
The fundamental goal of this text is to show how discrete event simulation can be used in addition to lean thinking to achieve greater benefits in system improvement than with lean alone. Realizing this goal requires learning the problems that simulation solves as well as the methods required to solve them.
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