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An implementation blueprint for SIX SIGMA!
"The Six Sigma Way demystifies Six Sigma with a real-world 'how-to 'guide. A good investment for any business planning to launch Six Sigma."
John Biedry, VP Quality & Compliance, Sears Home Services.
Cost reduction...productivity improvement...customer retention...these are the promises of the Six Sigma quality management system. The Six Sigma Way reveals how GE, Motorola, and numerous other companies are successfully using Six Sigma to fine-tune products and processes, improve performance, and increase profits. Now you can read the roadmap for implementing Six Sigma in your manufacturing or service organization.
The authors who have worked with some of the most visible Six Sigma companies including GE provide step-by-step guidance and practical implementation guidelines. Whether your goal is to fix a process problem or implement Six Sigma company-wide, The Six Sigma Way will help you develop an approach customized for your company's needs and the challenges of the twenty-first century business environment. The Six Sigma Way:
Six Sigma is a system for improving the quality of organizational processes. It was originally developed at Motorola in the 1980's and has become one of the most widely discussed and reported trends in business over the past two years, thanks largely to the phenomenal successes of the Six Sigma program at one of the world's most successful companies, GE.
Part I: An Executive Overview of Six Sigma.Chapter 1: A Powerful Strategy for Sustained Success.
Key Features of The Six Sigma Way
This book is designed with maximum customer satisfaction in mind. We hope that by reading it thoroughly you'll have a complete picture of what's behind the Six Sigma movement, how it's paying off, and how you can implement the system to best fit your circumstances. At the same time, our goal is to provide a flexible resource and reference whether you've been engaged in Six Sigma for several years or are just starting to learn and apply it. Some of the features to help you get the most out of the book include:
Posted April 29, 2010
I think what I really liked the most about this book was the examples used to better define not onlt Six Sigma, but also how companies function and how using Six Sigma can help improve the parts of a company that were pulling it down. I found this book to be a bit more complex than previous books I've read about Six Sigma, but regardless, it still was an interesting read and I was able to follow along with out too much confusion.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 28, 2006
So¿you've heard a rumor your company is about to implement another ¿quality improvement initiative' and wondering why they've chosen one that sounds like a rambunctious sorority from your college days? If so, you¿ve found one of the better books to begin your research. The three authors, representing a large chunk of the brain-trust of their own well respected Six Sigma Consulting firm, provide a very straightforward explanation of this ¿proactive quality program¿. I particularly enjoyed their NON-M.B.A./C.P.A. approach to a subject matter which has become the Holy Grail for so many production driven businesses. Without forcing you to pound your head into the metaphorical concrete wall of statistics and control management, this book allows you to embrace and absorb the many important pillars of the Six Sigma structure. By using referential connotations like ¿road maps¿, ¿hidden truths¿, ¿tyranny of the `or¿¿, ¿the genius of the `and¿¿, and ¿the twelve keys to success¿, the book is presented in such a way that you walk away from it understanding why so many companies are finding success with this new approach. For an actual reference to implement this process, you probably want to turn to other books including The Six Sigma Way Team Fieldbook: An Implementation Guide for Process Improvement Teams written by the same author.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 31, 2011
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