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Publisher's Summary

Do you want your business processes to be more efficient and deliver greater quality products?

Do you often look at how your organization functions and wish things could be better?

Are you a manager who is tired of the waste in your processes, products, and services?

Do you want to find ways to change the attitude and workplace mentality of the workforce in your organization?

Do you want to learn the principles, methodology, tools, and techniques that can improve your organization's processes and provide customer satisfaction?

Lean Six Sigma is much more than just a one-off event that an organization can use to make more money. If you want to satisfy your customers, improve your business processes, increase your revenue, and minimize costs, then you need to learn about Lean Six Sigma.

In this book, you will learn:

  • The origins of the Lean Six Sigma philosophy
  • The principles that define Lean thinking and Six Sigma
  • The most effective ways to understand your customer's needs and requirements
  • How to ensure the support of top management for a Lean Six Sigma project
  • The criteria every organization should be using when identifying and selecting improvement projects
  • How to leverage the power of DMAIC
  • The most common deployment mistakes that must be avoided
  • And much more!

This book does a great job of describing Lean Six Sigma using simple language, a clear format, and step-by-step explanations. This book is a great place for Lean Six Sigma practitioners to get started, and any organization that wants to educate its workforce about this methodology will find this book extremely useful.

If you have been waiting for a Lean Six Sigma beginner's guide that has it all, download a copy of this book today!

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basic info but dry

I have a hard time listening to a book this dry after listening to 2 second lean by Paul Akers. best part was the epilogue where the narrator gives an example of using six sigma

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Great Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

Great introduction to Lean Six Sigma. There were take-aways I could start implementing in my work life immediately. I will listen to it again for a second time to fully comprehend. There is a good flow and delivery from the narrator; I wasn't left struggling to get through the book.

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Reads like a boring textbook

Good content, but very dry and boring. No real world examples, just a lot of lists and vocabulary definitions.

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great intro to Lean Six Sigma

Loved it! Looking forward to listening again. Plan to share with my team and leadership to look into adopting some of this techniques

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Great intro to Six Sigma

Great concepts that I will use. Now I am ready for a six figure job with a Fortune 500 company.