Lean Six Sigma For Leaders : A practical guide for leaders to transform the way they run their organization Hardback
A refreshingly practical guide to real-world continuous improvement Lean Six Sigma for Leaders presents a no-frills approach to adopting a continuous improvement framework.
Practical, down-to-earth and jargon-free, this book outlines the basic principles and key points of the Lean Six Sigma approach to help you quickly determine the best course for your company.
Real-world case studies illustrate implementation at various organisations to show you what went right, what went wrong, what they learned and what they would have done differently, giving you the distilled wisdom of hundreds of implementations with which to steer your own organisation.
Written from a leader's perspective, this quick and easy read presents the real information you need to make informed strategic decisions.
While many organisations have implemented either Lean or Six Sigma, there is a growing interest in a combined approach; by implementing the most effective aspects of each, you end up with a more potent, adaptable system that benefits a wider range of organisations.
This book shows you how it works, and how to tailor it to your organisation's needs.
Understand the basic principles and key aspects of Lean Six SigmaExamine case studies of organisations that have implemented the frameworkBuild on the lessons learned by other leaders to shape your own pathAchieve continuous improvement by creating the right environment for success In theory, every organisation would like to attain continuous improvement - but what does that look like in day-to-day practice?
How is it structured? What practices are in place? How can you implement this new approach with minimal disruption to daily operations?
Lean Six Sigma for Leaders answers these questions and more, for a clear, actionable guide to real-world implementation.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 320 pages
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Publication Date: 11/04/2018
- Category: Business & management
- ISBN: 9781119374749