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2017 | z. 105 | 539--553
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Lean Management Fundamentals with Regards to Services

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Podstawowe zasady zarządzania w Lean Management w odniesieniu do usług
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Abstrakty
Obecnie Lean Management jest dobrze znany w firmach produkcyjnych, ale jego zastosowanie w sektorze usług ujawnia wiele wątpliwości i braków w sferze aplikacyjnej. Celem niniejszego opracowania jest identyfikacja niezbędnych dostosowań zasad Lean, gdy są one wdrażane w organizacji usługowej. Studium ma charakter pracy koncepcyjnej. Jego główne ustalenia wiążą się z niezbędnymi adaptacjami zasad Lean do realiów w usługach: (1) włączenie bezpośredniej obecności klienta do badania strumienia wartości, (2) identyfikację i eliminację marnotrawstwa po stronie klienta, (3) filozofia Lean musi współistnieć z kulturą organizacyjną zorientowaną na usługi oraz (4) standaryzacja musi być bardziej elastyczna i koncentrować się na zwiększaniu wiedzy organizacyjnej.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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Right now Lean Management is a pretty well known in manufacturing companies. But its application in the service industry reveals many doubts and gaps in knowledge. The aim of this study is the identification of the necessary adaptations of Lean principles when they are implemented in a service organization. The study is a conceptual work. The major findings of the study are the necessary adaptations when Lean principles are implemented in services: (1) the inclusion of the direct presence of the customer in the value stream, (2) the identification and elimination of waste on the customer's side, (3) the Lean philosophy must coexist with the service-oriented organizational culture, and (4) standardisation needs to be more flexible and focused on organizational knowledge increase.(original abstract)
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  • Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
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