The Six SIGMA Revolution
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The Six SIGMA Revolution

How General Electric and Others Turned Process Into Profits
 54:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Blue Cloth w/Jacket on White w/Gloss Lam
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ISBN-13:
9780471388227
Einband:
54:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Blue Cloth w/Jacket on White w/Gloss Lam
Erscheinungsdatum:
10.11.2000
Seiten:
292
Autor:
George Eckes
Gewicht:
598 g
Format:
241x166x25 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
The Six Sigma methodology fuels improved effectiveness and efficiency in an organization. According to General Electric's Jack Welch, it's the "most important initiative [they] have ever undertaken. This resource is about applying this revolutionary management strategy to drive positive change in an organization.
Introduction to Six Sigma.
The Strategy of Six Sigma: Eight Steps to Strategic Improvement.
Profits = Customer + Process + Employee.
Project Start-Up: Tactical Six Sigma.
Measuring Project Sigma: How Close are You to Perfection?
Data and Process Analysis: The Keys to the Project.
Root Cause Analysis: Never Stop Asking "Why".
Selecting Solutions That Drive Sigma Performance.
Holding the Gains: Making Sure Your Solutions Stick.
How Six Sigma Initiatives Fail and How to Avoid Mistakes.
Appendix.
Index.
Applying this revolutionary management strategy to drive positive change in an organizationCurrently exploding onto the American business scene, the Six Sigma methodology fuels improved effectiveness and efficiency in an organization; according to General Electric's Jack Welch, it's the "most important initiative [they] have ever undertaken." Written by the consultant to GE Capital who helped implement Six Sigma at GE and GE's General Manager of e-Commerce, Making Six Sigma Last offers businesses the tools they need to make Six Sigma work for them--and cultivate long-lasting, positive results. Successful Six Sigma occurs when the technical and cultural components of change balance in an organization; this timely, comprehensive book is devoted to the cultural component of implementing Six Sigma, explaining how to manage it to maintain that balance. The authors address how to create the need for Six Sigma; diagnose the four types of resistance to Six Sigma and how to overcome them; manage the systems and structures; and lead a Six Sigma initiative. This book applies the Six Sigma approach to business operations across the organization--unlike other titles that focus on product development. Plus, it provides strategies, tactics, and tools to improve profitability by centering on the relationship between product defects and product yields, reliability, costs, cycle time, and schedule.
George Eckes (Superior, CO) is the founder and principal consultant for Eckes & Associates. His clients include GE Capital, Pfizer, Westin, Honeywell, and Volvo. Eckes has published numerous papers on the topic of performance improvement and is the author of The Six Sigma Revolution: How General Electric and Others Turned Process into Profits (0-471-38822-X) (Wiley).

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