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"Training Within Industry" Program Resources for Healthcare
August 20, 2009
The "Training Within Industry" program was a U.  S. government program during World War II that focused on ramping up war production. The methodology for creating job instructions, managing continuous improvement, and training employees became the foundation for Toyota's approach to Standardized Work as it was taught to them after the war. The TWI approach was also used in healthcare during the war. The approach is being utilized today in a growing number of hospitals as that history is rediscovered. The TWI Institute has resources and historical documents about TWI in healthcare. More »
Links to Hospital Lean Websites
By: Compiled by the Lean Enterprise Institute | August 14, 2009
Here is a list of healthcare organizations that have their own website about Lean: Virginia Mason Medical Center (WA) Avera McKennan (SD) Beth Israel Deaconness (MA) PRHI Perfecting Patient Care (PA) Seattle Children's (WA)   Univ. of Michigan Quality System (MI) ThedaCare Improvement System (WI) More »