Cut costs, reduce waste, and stay competitive with Lean Six Sigma
These days, enterprises need to reduce operating costs as quickly as possible without compromising quality and customer service levels. In the last ten years, business leaders have recognized Lean Six Sigma as one of the most valuable methodologies for realizing this goal.
The Lean Six Sigma Guide to Doing More With Less is your complete guide for taking advantage of Lean Six Sigma and related approaches to improve bottom line performance and enable competitive advantage. With focus and precision, this essential resource hones in on how to reduce overall costs by eliminating waste and providing competitive advantage through enterprise speed.
- In today's recessionary environment Lean Six Sigma is a powerful and practical method to enable rapid and sustainable cost reduction through process improvement, enterprise speed and agility.
- Through the discussion of critical tools, case studies and implementation tips the guide provides a thorough and pragmatic understanding of how Lean Six Sigma can reduce cost. It provides instruction and insights for stand alone cost-out projects, the design and launch of enterprise initiatives and how to extract greater performance from legacy Six Sigma programs.
- Authored by Mark O. George, a Managing Director of Accenture's Process & Innovation Performance service line, which is largely based on the expertise of the former George Group, acquired by Accenture in 2007.
The Lean Six Sigma Guide to Doing More With Less is the benchmark manual for effectively applying Lean Six Sigma to rapidly reduce operating costs and enable competitive advantage in today's business environment.
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