G. Harver

G. Harver



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Lean Six Sigma For Beginner...

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“So if every time a team member needs to do something they have to complete the conventional paper work and await approvals possibly from managers who have no idea when they are reporting to the office next, your project might be a disaster.  So instead of boxing those members within the rules of the old system, you need to empower them in carrying out any initiatives they may deem fit for the success of the project.”
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“The Project Champion is the one to take the project from the ground.”
G. Harver, Lean Six Sigma For Beginners, A Quick-Start Beginner's Guide To Lean Six Sigma ! -

“You need to be receptive to feedback   Timeliness is of essence when working with Lean Six Sigma. As such, you need to break a few walls and let team members air their views freely. That is the only way you are going to learn things as they are. But if you insist on conventional protocol and formal language and format of feedback presentation, you may not learn enough authentic details to help you make effective decisions.   In any case, with a methodology like this that pushes for perfection, you need data and information that is as true and as real as it can be. After all, the reality always comes out in the results, when it is clear how far away from, or how close to, perfection your processes were. ”
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