Free, Perfect, and Now: A Money Belt Manifesto

Free, Perfect, and Now: A Money Belt Manifesto

by Jay Arthur
     
 
Whether you are a mom-and-pop store or a Fortune 500 company, to get the U.S. economy, your business, and your life back on track, you are going to want to start plugging the leaks in your cash flow. The solution to seemingly complex business problems is surprisingly simple and implementable.
I helped a hospital system start saving $5,000,000 a year in less than

Overview

Whether you are a mom-and-pop store or a Fortune 500 company, to get the U.S. economy, your business, and your life back on track, you are going to want to start plugging the leaks in your cash flow. The solution to seemingly complex business problems is surprisingly simple and implementable.
I helped a hospital system start saving $5,000,000 a year in less than five days. I helped a cell phone company start saving $3,000,000 a year in five days. And I helped a muffler shop simplify, streamline and optimize daily operations to compete with a nearby chain store. I use Lean Six Sigma in my business to deliver fast, affordable, flawless Lean Six Sigma methods and tools.
Lean Six Sigma, as it is traditionally implemented, takes too long, costs too much and often fails to deliver the results expected. You can’t afford to spend a fortune training “belts” on all of the methods and tools in the hopes that they will find and plug the leaks in your cash flow. You can’t afford to wait months or years for results.
Instead, the future belongs to companies whose “Money Belts” can use the “Magnificent Seven” tools to maximize profits while minimizing costs. Money Belts can be trained in a day and start delivering results in five days or less.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013280533
Publisher:
LifeStar Publishing
Publication date:
10/13/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
351 KB

Meet the Author

Jay Arthur is a renowned expert in the fields of Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, quality control, and publishing. He graduated from the University of Arizona and attended Rutger's University.
Jay is the owner/president of KnowWare International, Inc. in Denver, Colorado, which provides consulting, software and books to companies wishing to improve their bottom-line, reduce errors, and improve quality of their products and services. He works with hospitals, manufacturing, telecom, the government, and many others.
Jay's latest books are Lean Six Sigma Demystified (McGraw-Hill 2011) and Lean Six Sigma for Hospitals (McGraw-Hill 2011)

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