Achieving Manufacturing Excellence - Excellence sounds glamorous, but getting there takes nothing short of repetitive and predictable processes coupled with a corporate culture that holds excellence above all. The author describes 11 barriers to manufacturing excellence and offers food for thought about why overcoming them is so difficult.
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