Michael L. George



Michael L. George is founder and President of The George Group, the largest Lean Six Sigma consulting practice in the United States. He wrote the successful and influential Lean Six Sigma, also published by McGraw-Hill.

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The Lean Six SIGMA Pocket T...

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What Is Lean Six SIGMA

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Lean Six SIGMA for Service:...

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Lean Six Sigma : combining ...

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Fast Innovation: Achieving ...

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“• Typical categories include the 6 Ms: manpower (personnel), machines, materials, methods, measurements, and Mother Nature (or environment)”
Michael L. George, The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook: A Quick Reference Guide to 70 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed: A Quick Reference Guide to 70 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed

“A good managerial record is more a function of which boat you get into rather than how effectively you row"1 Warren Buffett”
Michael L. George, Lean Six Sigma for Service: How to Use Lean Speed and Six Sigma Quality to Improve Services and Transactions



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