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Integrating Lean Six SIGMA and High-Performance Organizations: Leading the Charge Toward Dramatic, Rapid, and Sustainable Improvement

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You know that great improvement initiatives abound. What you may not know is how to implement them effectively; get fast, dramatic improvement; and sustain those results for the long term. It's a common problem. But take heart: The next wave of performance excellence is here--the seamless integration of today's leading improvement methods. This integration, described ...more
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Published December 4th 2003 by Pfeiffer
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