How to Identify and Charter a Lean Six Sigma Project: Tips and Tricks Learned the Hard Way [NOOK Book]

Overview

A book for project sponsors:
-Have you been asked to “sponsor” a lean six sigma or continuous improvement project?
-Are you being sent to “sponsor training”, and asked to bring ideas for potential projects in your area?
-Do you have an idea for a project, and need to decide if it’s a good lean six sigma ...
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How to Identify and Charter a Lean Six Sigma Project: Tips and Tricks Learned the Hard Way

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Overview

A book for project sponsors:
-Have you been asked to “sponsor” a lean six sigma or continuous improvement project?
-Are you being sent to “sponsor training”, and asked to bring ideas for potential projects in your area?
-Do you have an idea for a project, and need to decide if it’s a good lean six sigma project?
A book for project leaders:
-Have you been asked to lead a lean six sigma or continuous improvement project?
-Are you going to “black belt” or “green belt” or “kaizen leader” training, and being told to bring a project charter with you (and you don’t have one)?
-Do you have a sponsor and project charter, but need to determine if it’s reasonable and ready to use for the team kick off?

You will find tips and tricks to address all these questions and more inside!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148591788
  • Publisher: RCI Consulting
  • Publication date: 6/20/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 64
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Keith Johnson is the founder of RCI Consulting, helping companies with strategy, development and execution of rapid continuous improvement methodologies. He is the author of the book “How to identify and charter a lean six sigma project - tips and tricks learned the hard way”, available both in hardcopy and e-book.

Keith has over twenty year’s expertise in continuous improvement, both as a consultant and corporate executive. He is a sought after facilitator for all levels of Lean Six Sigma strategy and training, having trained over 1000 executives, project sponsors, master black belts, black belts and green belts. He is married with two children and lives in Coppell, Texas.
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