By: Sheila Shaffie
With the integration of Lean and Six Sigma, businesses have a potent tool in the never-ending drive to deliver top-quality service and products. But you don’t need to be a Black Belt to build quality and efficiency into all areas of your operation; you just need The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Lean Six Sigma.
With help from the Lean Community, the Lean Lexicon even more valuable and useful. Starting with improvement ideas from Community members like you, we researched and added 21 definitions to the latest edition of this popular and indispensable reference book. The expanded Latest Edition, featuring 58 illustrations, defines 187 key lean terms from A3 Report to Yokoten. The new definitions include Lean Consumption and Lean Provision, the groundbreaking ideas on using lean principles to build a new producer-consumer model described in Lean Solutions by James Womack and Daniel Jones. True to the Lexicon's description as a "graphical glossary," we included consumption and provision maps. Here's a list of some of the new terms:
Every lean practitioner occasionally wishes for a simple, fun, and quick-read introduction to lean thinking to give acquaintances, associates, and family members - even to our kids. If lean thinking often entails unlearning a plethora of bad habits, wouldn't it better if we learned better thinking - and habits - from the beginning? Everything I Know About Lean I Learned in First Grade is just that sort of book. It brings lean back to its original simplicity by showing how lean is alive in a first grade classroom. The book connects common lean tools to the broader lean journey, shows how to identify and eliminate waste, and aids the reader in seeing lean for what it truly is: a way to create a learning and problem-solving culture.
By: Lonnie Wilson
Thoroughly updated with the latest trends and new global case studies, How to Implement Lean Manufacturing, explains how to implement this powerful formula for eliminating waste, controlling quality and inventory, and improving overall performance across an enterprise environment. The book addresses the engineering and production aspects as well as the business culture challenges.
This practical guide describes the Toyota Production System (TPS) and specifies the distinct order in which Lean techniques should be applied to achieve maximum gains. By using the proven methods in this definitive resource, you can implement a successful Lean transformation in your organization. Find how to:
By: Jay Arthur
Ready to implement better, faster, cheaper, more-profitable processes in your organization? Lean Six Sigma Demystified, shows you how to use proven techniques for simplifying, streamlining, and optimizing business practices for maximum productivity and profitability.
Lean Six Sigma!: The Ultimate Beginners Guide To Lean Six Sigma (Lean, Six Sigma, Quality Control, ITIL, Agile, Scrum) Kindle Edition
By: Adam Vardy
The Ultimate Beginners Crash Course To Learning Lean Six Sigma!Are You Ready To Learn All About The Lean Six Sigma Model? If So You've Come To The Right Place - Regardless Of How Little Experience You May Have!
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The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook blends Lean and Six Sigma tools and concepts, providing expert advice on how to determine which tool within a "family" is best for different purposes.
LEAN: Lean Bible - Six Sigma & 5S - 3 Manuscripts + 1 BONUS BOOK (Lean Thinking, Lean Production, Lean Manufacturing, Lean Startup, Kaizen) Kindle Edition
LEAN BIBLE: How to Speed Up Your Business Through the Leading Companies’ Method
Regardless of the type of business you are in, you can use the principles of the Lean system to improve the value you are providing to your customers while at the same time ensuring they know that you respect and value their business. Everyone knows that in today’s market, the customer is king, and LEAN: How to Speed Up Your Business Through the Leading Companies’ Method has all of the information you need to ensure your business remains profitable while at the same time responding the customer’s ever-changing needs.