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Fix That Business

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This book details how to optimize the performance of a business. Starting with how to execute Strategic Planning, it provides practical examples to improve top line growth through pricing, sales force effectiveness, and customer retention. Next, it describes bottom line growth opportunities and explains how Lean and Six Sigma can be leveraged to reduce cost and streamline ...more
Paperback, Kindle Edition, Paperback Eddition, First Addidion, 188 pages
Published June 15th 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (first published June 14th 2012)
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Steven Bonacorsi
Aug 07, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: lean-six-sigma
Fix That Business - Finding the hidden money in nearly every business
In Transactional, Services, and Manufacturing Business
- By John H. Wiig

I found Mr. Wiig’s book “Fix That Business” extremely valuable in guiding practitioners through the subtle differences and intricacies in delivering successful and rapid results. The book is divided into six different parts.

Part 1 is a quick background of the past 40 years, summarizing business markets and the role Process Improvement Initiatives, like Lean
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