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Leading Six Sigma : a step-by-step guide based on experience with GE and other Six Sigma companies

Author: Ronald D Snee; Roger Wesley Hoerl
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Financial Times Prentice Hall, ©2003.
Series: Financial Times Prentice Hall books.
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This book fills a gap by providing a step by step approach to the management of the overall Six Sigma process, not just individual projects. It provides more detailed and specific advice on how to  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Snee, Ronald D.
Leading Six Sigma.
Upper Saddle River, NJ : Financial Times Prentice Hall, c2003
(OCoLC)647037161
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald D Snee; Roger Wesley Hoerl
ISBN: 0130084573 9780130084576 9780136117421 0136117422
OCLC Number: 51048423
Description: xxi, 279 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: So You Want to Do Six Sigma? --
Roles of Six Sigma Leaders --
Four Case Studies: What Works and What Doesn't --
Inside GE's Experiences --
The First Year--1996 --
The Push for Tangible Benefits --
DFSS and a Critical Mass of Green Belts --
A Refocus on Customers --
Digitization and Six Sigma --
A Reinvigoration --
The W.R. Grace Story --
Less Successful Six Sigma Deployments --
How to Successfully Deploy Six Sigma --
Why Were GE and Grace Successful? --
Why Were Others Less Successful? --
The Keys to Successful Six Sigma Deployment --
A High-Level Roadmap For Six Sigma Deployment --
Launching the Initiative --
Full or Partial Deployment? --
Developing the Deployment Plan --
Deployment Plan Elements --
Selecting the Right Projects --
The Concept of Process Entitlement --
Developing the Project Charter --
Selecting the Right People --
What Training Do I Need? --
Selecting a Six Sigma Provider --
Managing the Effort --
Managerial Systems and Processes --
Management Project Reviews --
Project Reporting and Tracking System --
Communication Plan --
Reward and Recognition Plan --
Project Identification/Prioritization System --
Inclusion of Six Sigma in Budgeting Processes --
Deployment Processes for Leaders --
Integrating Six Sigma with Current Management Systems --
Sustaining Momentum and Growing --
Playing Defense--Sustaining Momentum --
Playing Offense--Growing the Effort --
The Way We Work --
Integrating Six Sigma With Process Management Systems --
Creating an Overall Organizational Improvement System.
Series Title: Financial Times Prentice Hall books.
Responsibility: Ronald D. Snee, Roger W. Hoerl.
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