Applicabilité du lean en développement de produits de luxe

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https://doi.org/10.53102/2014.33.03.787

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industrie du luxe , lean, VSM, LAMDA, A3

Résumé

Le Lean constitue aujourd'hui une des principales méthodologies d’amélioration du processus. Si beaucoup de travaux de recherche ont été publiés traitant de son application dans les secteurs manufacturiers classiques, ceux qui s'intéressent au Lean Development dans des industries de création comme celle des produits de luxe demeurent inexplorés. Cette industrie est d'ailleurs reconnue comme ayant des processus de conception et de développement longs et hétérogènes et l'utilisation d'une approche lean y demeure questionnable. Ce papier vise à répondre en partie à cette question en proposant une analyse des spécificités de cette industrie. La contribution principale de cette recherche et d'identifier les points potentiels d'utilisation des approches du lean development dans le cycle de développement des produits de luxe.

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01-09-2014

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LEMIEUX, A.-A., PELLERIN, R., & LAMOURI, S. (2014). Applicabilité du lean en développement de produits de luxe. Revue Française De Gestion Industrielle, 33(3), 115–138. https://doi.org/10.53102/2014.33.03.787

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