(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- If you want to make your organization or team more productive, you have to change the way it thinks. Lean Six Sigma is a winning technique improve performance, but the jargon-packed language and theory of lean Six Sigma can be intimidating for both beginners and experienced users. Whether you want to manage a project more tightly or fine-tune existing systems and processes, Lean Six Sigma for Dummies, Second Edition, by John Morgan and Martin Brenig-Jones (Wiley, 2012) gives you plain-English guidance to achieve your business goals.
Lean Six Sigma for Dummies outlines the key concepts of this strategy and explains how you can use it to get the best out of your business. You’ll discover lots of tools and techniques for implementing lean Six Sigma, guidance on policy deployment, information on managing change in your organization, and useful methods for choosing which projects to tackle. The book:
• Gives you plain-English explanations of complicated jargon
• Serves as a useful tool for businesspeople looking to make their organization more effective
• Helps you achieve business goals with ease
If you’re a project manager or other businessperson looking for new and effective ways to improve your process, Lean Six Sigma For Dummies has you covered.
Read Chapter 1 here.
Part I: Lean Six Sigma Basics
Part II: Working with Lean Six Sigma
Part III: Assessing Performance
Part IV: Improving the Processes
Part V: Deploying Lean Six Sigma
Part VI: The Part of Tens
The entire table of contents can be viewed here.
John Morgan and Martin Brenig-Jones are directors of Catalyst Consulting, Europe’s leading provider of lean Six Sigma solutions. Morgan’s primary responsibilities are in the areas of product design and development, and he has extensive training and coaching experience. Martin is an expert in quality and change management and has trained more than 1,000 people in lean Six Sigma techniques.