Double Your Profits: Plug the Leaks in Your Cash Flow by Jay Arthur
In economic downturns, do you have trouble staying profitable? Does it seem like there's too much firefighting and too much day-to-day crisis management? Have you tried everything you can think of to increase profits, but you still have that nagging feeling that there are too many leaks in your cash flow? Imagine having a special set of lenses that would let you see every leak in your cash flow. Not only that, but they would give you precise insights into what to change to plug the leaks and maximize revenue. Using the proven methods and tools of what is now known as Lean Six Sigma, in industries as diverse as healthcare, printing and metal fabrication, Jay Arthur has found that a handful of methods and tools will solve most problems. While Fortune 500 companies spend millions to implement Lean Six Sigma, most companies can't dole out that kind of cash. With the right mindset and a few tools, Jay has found you can start making breakthrough improvements immediately. And it doesn't have to cost a fortune. Most managers find it hard to believe they can double their profits. They doubt that a business can be profitable and still waste as much as $40 out of every $100 they spend on their hidden Fix-it Factory of firefighting and crisis management. But that's what Jay finds in every business. In this book you'll discover the power laws of speed and power laws of quality. Jay has removed all of the Lean Six Sigma jargon, leaving only the key insights needed to maximize profits. Jay wants everyone to learn how to be a "Money Belt" - someone who can find and plug the leaks in their cash flow.
Jay Arthur works with companies that want to plug the leaks in their cash flow using Lean Six Sigma. Jay is the only improvement specialist that understands and can help you pinpoint areas for improvement in processes, people, and technology. Jay is first and foremost a Money Belt; he knows how to use data to pinpoint broken processes. Jay helps teams understand their communication styles and restore broken connections. Jay has 30 years experience developing software on everything from mainframes to PCs.
Jay is a recognized expert in the areas of business, Six Sigma, Process Improvement, and Quality Improvement. He owns a successful business, KnowWare International, which developed software, publishes books, and provides consulting to help people and companies increase their cash flow and improves their quality.