The Ten Commandments of Lean Six Sigma: A Guide for Practitioners

Jiju Antony
Heriot Watt University, Scotland

Vijaya Sunder M
The World Bank Group, India

Chad Laux
Purdue University, USA

Elizabeth Cudney
Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

Product Details
29 Nov 2019
Emerald Publishing Limited
150 pages - 138 x 216mm
Lean Six Sigma is a powerful methodology that reduces waste and variation in an organization and ultimately minimizes operating costs, optimizes productivity, and maximizes customer satisfaction. The success stories speak for themselves, but not all LSS stories have a happy ending, and a large body of scholarly research shows why. What is needed now is a set of accessible general guidelines for organizations seeking to implement and sustain such a powerful, but at times perilous, continuous improvement strategy. 

The Ten Commandments of Lean Six Sigma provides just that, offering guidance from the perspective of practitioners, researchers and academics who have been involved in training, teaching, researching and consulting on various topics of quality and continuous improvement such as Lean, Six Sigma and LSS. Delving into the cutting edge of business process enhancement, this book is an essential and practical guide for senior managers and executives who want to achieve operational and service excellence in manufacturing, service and public sector organizations of any size.
Chapter 1. Introduction to Lean Six Sigma and Ten Commandments 
Chapter 2. Alignment of Lean Six Sigma with Organizational Strategy 
Chapter 3. Lean Six Sigma Project Selection and Prioritization 
Chapter 4. Selecting Top Talent for Execution of Projects 
Chapter 5. Leadership for Lean Six Sigma Deployment  
Chapter 6. Effective Training and Design of Curriculum for Different LSS Roles 
Chapter 7. Development of Rewards and Recognition for LSS 
Chapter 8. Lean Six Sigma Sustainability 
Chapter 9. Linking Lean Six Sigma with Innovation and Organisational Learning 
Chapter 10. Linking Lean Six Sigma with Green and Environmental Sustainability (Vijaya Sunder M) 
Chapter 11. Beyond LSS: Emerging Themes of Lean Six Sigma
Professor Jiju Antony is a Professor of Quality Management in the School of Social Sciences at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland. He is a recognised worldwide as a leader in Lean Six Sigma methodology for achieving and sustaining process excellence. 
Vijaya Sunder M is Head of Business Process Excellence at the World Bank Group. Prior to his association with the World Bank, he has worked with Barclays Bank, American Express and Citi Group. 
Dr Chad Laux is Associate Professor of Computer & Information Technology at Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA. He has developed a concentrated area in Lean Six Sigma where he teaches Lean Six Sigma Systems at the Undergraduate and Graduate levels in Computer & Information Technology. 
Dr Elizabeth Cudney is an Associate Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at Missouri S&T, USA. Her main areas of interest are in quality engineering, pattern recognition, and healthcare systems engineering.

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