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Lean Six Sigma in Higher Education: A Practical Guide for Continuous Improvement Professionals in Higher Education

Jiju Antony
Heriot Watt University, UK


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787699304
Published:
30 Nov 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
300 pages - 152 x 229mm

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Although Lean Six Sigma (LSS) and its popularity in the context of larger manufacturing and service organizations has long been recognized, it is not widely recognized in the context of Higher Education (HE). 

This book serves as a practical and systematic roadmap for developing, implementing, sustaining and deploying LSS in any higher education institution. Including various case examples and studies carried out by leading research scholars and practitioners in the field, plus a dedicated chapter on the tools and techniques which can be utilised for problem solving in the HE sector – the contributors illustrate the power of LSS methodology and its relevant tools in the HE context. 

By demonstrating a clear need for LSS, and guiding the reader through practical implementation solutions, this book, edited by a globally recognised leader in LSS methodology, is a must-have resource for academics and continuous improvement professionals who are interested in applying LSS as a process improvement methodology within the university sector, as well as trainers and consultants who would like to develop LSS training material for their university clients.
Contents
Chapter 1. An overview of Lean Six Sigma Jiju Antony, Roger Hoel and Ronald Snee
Chapter 2. Academic Leadership: their culture and characteristics Stephen Anthony and Jiju Antony
Chapter 3. Lean Six Sigma in Higher Education: State of the Art Findings and Agenda for Future Research Elizabeth A. Cudney and Sandy L. Furterer
Chapter 4. Challenges in the deployment of LSS in the Higher Education sector: viewpoints from leading academics and practitioners Jiju Antony
Chapter 5. Readiness Factors for the implementation and deployment of Lean Six Sigma (or Operational Excellence) in Higher Education Jiju Antony and Scott Thomson
Chapter 6. Basic Lean Six Sigma tools for Higher Education Jiju Antony and Vijaya Sunder M.
Chapter 7. Perceived Non-Value Add Activities in the Research Grant Application Process through a Lean Six Sigma Lens Attracta Brennan and Mary Dempsey
Chapter 8. Voice of the Customer (VOC) in Higher Education Scott Thomson and Jiju Antony
Chapter 9. A Lean Six Sigma Maturity Model for Higher Education Institutions Stephen Anthony and Jiju Antony
Chapter 10. Lean Six Sigma roadmap for implementation in higher education sector Vijaya Sunder M and Jiju Antony
Chapter 11. Six Sigma and Big Data Chad Laux, Nimita Atal and John Springer
Chapter 12. Case Studies of LSS in Higher Education Tom Murphy, John McNulty, Ronan O'Dubhghaill, Seamus O'Reilly, Helen O'Donovan, Joe Healy, Na Li, Chad Laux, Jiju Antony and Vijaya Sunder M.
Jiju Antony is Professor of Quality Management in Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland. He is recognised worldwide as a leader in Lean Six Sigma methodology for achieving and sustaining Operational Excellence.

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