Two-Wheel Drive Practice Led by Lean Thinking

  • Yu-chun WangEmail author
  • Li-fang Wang
  • An-qing Zuo
Conference paper


Lean thinking is the core and soul of lean production; with technological and management innovations, the two-wheel drive is an important carrier for lean thinking. Lean thinking plays an important role in promoting lean production of enterprises by two-wheel drive. The work, based on the progress of lean production in the United States, Japan and Germany, proposed the two-wheel drive model led by lean thinking. Meanwhile, through the cases, it analyzed the practice and innovation of two-wheel drive led by lean thinking in detail. The results showed the two-wheel drive led by lean thinking is the theoretical basis, ideological basis and effective method for enterprises to achieve the supply lateral structure reform as well as take the road of “quality to efficiency”.


Lean thinking Lean culture Management innovation Technical innovation 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faw Car Co., LtdChangchunPeople’s Republic of China
  2. 2.Huzhou Vocational & Technical CollegeHuzhouPeople’s Republic of China

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