Is Takt Time the Most Misunderstood Lean Concept? March 29, 2012Posted by Jeff Fuchs in Lean Tools & Techniques.
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Takt time, which Jamie Flinchbaugh defines as customer demand rate, is very often misunderstood as production process pace. Takt time has to deal with what a company is working and building towards, and so it is often confused with production pace. It also demonstrates that lean is not just mere common sense, but that there is serious substance to it as well.
Check out Jamie’s explanation of takt time and what it means at his website.