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Practically Lean: DIY Guide to Lean for SMEs
Practically Lean is a new book published this week giving small and medium enterprises a useful boost in being able to ride out the current economic storm. This new illustrated guide, written by Lean practitioner Nigel Barnes, explains the core principles behind lean management and guides the reader along logical, jargon-free steps so they can implement their own business changes and increase their competitiveness regardless of industry sector.
Contributor: Steven Bonacorsi
A Guide to Continuous Improvement Transformation
Review of Dr. Aartsengel & Dr. Kurtoglu’s book "A Guide to Continuous Improvement Transformation." The book focus on guiding leadership through the art of delivering continuous improvement projects both short-term and long-term.
Contributor: Steven Bonacorsi
Handbook on Continuous Improvement Transformation
Review of Handbook on Continuous Improvement Transformation - The Lean Six Sigma Framework and Systematic Methodology for Implementation, authored by Aristide van Aartsengel & Selahattin Kurtoglu.
Contributor: Janne Ohtonen
Develop Process Leadership Skills for the Twenty First Century
What do well-performing leaders know about adapting their organisation’s processes swiftly and adequately, that others don’t? A new book from BPM Blogger Janne Ohtonen helps business leaders develop a culture of agility and adapt their way-of-working to a fast changing world.
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Outsmart! How to Do What Your Competitors Can't
By Jim ChampyPublished on February 26, 2008, by FT PressJim Champy revolutionized business with Reengineering the Corporation. Now, in Outsmart! he’s doing it again.This concise, fast-paced book shows how you can achieve breakthrough growth by consistently outsmarting your competition. Champy...
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Design for Six Sigma for Green Belts and Champions
By Howard Gitlow, David Levine, Edward PopovichPublished June 5, 2006 by PH Professional BusinessMost Six Sigma books are targeted at manufacturers, and don't reflect the unique implementation challenges service companies face. This book fills the gap. Using its practical, start-to-finish...
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A Complete and Balanced Service Scorecard: Creating Value Through Sustained Performance Improvement
By Rajesh K. Tyagi, Praveen Gupta Published Jul 1, 2008 by FT Press. Use the Service Scorecard to Dramatically Improve Performance in Service Organizations Thousands of organizations are driving value through the use of the business scorecard. Unfortunately, most business scorecards are not...
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Six Sigma Pricing: Improving Pricing Operations to Increase Profits
By ManMohan S. Sodhi, Navdeep S. SodhiPublished Sep 17, 2007 by FT PressPricing is now the number one worry facing today's business leaders, according to a major survey by McKinsey. Six Sigma Pricing: Improving Pricing Operations to Increase Profits introduces a breakthrough Six Sigma-based...
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Living the 80/20 Way
By Richard KochPublished by Nicholas Brealey PublishingFrom the man who energized legions of people with the 80/20 phenomenon comes a proven, practical program for anyone who wants to achieve extraordinary results without extraordinary effort.With his first mega-bestseller, The 80/20 Principle,...
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Six Sigma Beyond the Factory Floor: Deployment Strategies for Financial Services, Health Care, and the Rest of the Real Economy
By Ron D. Snee, Roger W. HoerlPublished Dec 30, 2008 by FT PressNon-manufacturing organizations are rapidly discovering Six Sigma's immense potential to reduce costs, improve performance, grow revenue, strengthen focus and empower people. To achieve these results in your organization, start...
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