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Using Lean for Faster Six Sigma Results - A Synchronized Approach (Electronic book text)
Using Lean for Faster Six Sigma Results - A Synchronized Approach (Electronic book text): Mark Nash, Sheila R Poling, Sophronia...
Using Lean for Faster Six Sigma Results - A Synchronized Approach (Electronic book text): Mark Nash, Sheila R Poling, Sophronia...

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Mark Nash, Sheila R Poling, Sophronia Ward

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Lean? Six Sigma? or Lean Six Sigma? Which is the right approach for effective continuous improvement? While much has been written on merging Lean and Six Sigma initiatives, this is the first book to detail a logical alternative - a no-nonsense strategy for maintaining the best of both initiatives without diluting either. In Using Lean for Faster Six Sigma Results, Mark Nash, Sheila Poling, and Sophronia Ward lay out the differences between Lean and Six Sigma, define the distinct power and focus of each, and detail why and how to use them together in a synchronized and complementary way. While Lean focuses on the elimination of waste, Six Sigma addresses variability and reliability. Organizations that initiate Lean early in their continuous improvement efforts create culture change, immediate results, and streamlined processes, paving the way for faster and more effective Six Sigma results. This practical, easy read shows how to choose the right projects, approach, people, and toolset to achieve bottom-line results faster. Readers will benefit from the authors' years of experience implementing Lean with Six Sigma, through detailed case studies from both manufacturing and service companies. If you are struggling with the dilemma of how to integrate Lean and Six Sigma, or deciding which approach to use, read this practical, down-to-earth book to inspire and guide your strategy.

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Imprint: Productivity Press
Country of origin: United States
Release date: July 2006
First published: 2006
Authors: Mark Nash • Sheila R Poling • Sophronia Ward
Format: Electronic book text
Pages: 192
ISBN-13: 978-1-4398-8531-4
Barcode: 9781439885314
Categories: Promotions
Books > Business & Economics > Business & management > Management of specific areas > Production & quality control management
LSN: 1-4398-8531-1

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