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Leaning into Six Sigma: A Parable of the Journey to Six Sigma and a Lean Enterprise

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Leaning into Six Sigma: A Parable of the Journey to Six Sigma and a Lean Enterprise
Barbara Wheat, Chuck Mills, Mike Carnell
Type: eBook
Released: 2003
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Page Count: 98
Format: pdf
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0071414320
ISBN-13: 9780071414326
Learn how GE, Allied Signal, Motorola, and other top companies created a Six Sigma organization In Executing Six Sigma, bestselling author George Eckes delivers lessons on how you can effectively incorporate Six Sigma into your organization's DNA and execute initiatives throughout the company.Leaning into Six Sigma: ... Textbook Detailing the business solutions and leadership skills needed to create a Six Sigma company, Eckes discusses: The characteristics of top Six Sigma leaders including Larry Bossidy, Jeff Immelt, and James McNerney, among others Guidelines for doing Six Sigma right from GE, Allied Signal, Motorola, 3M, and others Management dos and don'ts on everything from linking Six Sigma to the company's strategic goals to creating a Six Sigma culture From the Back Cover True leadership, asserts Six Sigma authority George Eckes, is devoted to execution. Eckes witnessed firsthand the successful execution of Six Sigma when business leader Jack Welch at General Electric wholly committed to the methodology, adopting it as a true management philosophy. The author also witnessed how a lack of leadership and commitment can derail a Six Sigma initiative—or even doom it to failure before it gets off the ground. In Six Sigma Execution, Eckes draws on his vast professional experience to describe the business acumen and leadership skills needed to effectively incorporate Six Sigma into an organization’s DNA, executing initiatives throughout the entire company. He delivers a practical blueprint that simulates the training and coaching sessions used with his own clients, providing you with the dialogue, tools, tactics, and cautionary advice you can use to spearhead and deploy a Six Sigma effort of any size. In this book, you will discover the characteristics of top Six Sigma leadership as Eckes chronicles the history of the approach from its inception when Bob Galvin incorporated Six Sigma into Motorola’s operations to Larry Bossidy, who linked Six Sigma to strategic business objectives at AlliedSignal and Honeywell to GE’s Jack Welch, who was the first to truly create a Six Sigma culture. Also addressed is the work of Jeff Immelt, James McNerney, and others. Eckes cites both positive and negative examples of companies that have operationalized Six Sigma, and goes on to deliver clear guidelines for Actively involving management in the Six Sigma process Linking Six Sigma to your company’s strategic goals Selecting team leaders and establishing goals for project teams Using Adult Learning Theory to execute Six Sigma training and coaching in a more accessible, efficient manner Using the Define, Measure, Analysis, Improve, Control (DMAIC) method to deliver solutions for problem areas at any phase of implementation Avoiding common pitfalls of Six Sigma deployment Complete with DMAIC breakouts, tables, and inter and post session deliverables, Six Sigma Execution is a breakthrough, hands-on guide to duplicating the success of the Six Sigma pros in your company. Join the ranks of the pros— make Six Sigma a cultural phenomenon in your organization General Electric. AlliedSignal. Motorola. You’ve heard how these top companies increased their efficiency and productivity by successfully implementing Six Sigma in their organizations. You may also have heard how companies such as United and American Airlines failed in their Six Sigma efforts. So what made the difference? How did Six Sigma deliver such strong results for certain companies? And how can you ensure an effective execution in your organization? The answers have one thing in common, asserts Six Sigma professional George Eckes: strong, committed leadership. In his latest breakthrough book, Six Sigma Execution, bestselling author Eckes reveals the leadership skills necessary to manage and maintain a Six Sigma initiative in your organization. Eckes delivers solutions that senior and middle managers can use to effectively deploy a company-wide program, identifying the challenges business leaders face in a Six Sigma world. You’ll discover: How top executives such as GE’s Jack Welch, AlliedSignal’s Larry Bossidy, and Motorola’s Bob Galvin shaped the cultural aspect of implementing Six Sigma and executed initiatives across an entire organization Management do’s and don’ts on everything from linking Six Sigma to your company’s strategic goals to creating a Six Sigma culture to seamlessly rolling out organization-wide initiatives Why certain companies stumbled when it came to execution—and how to avoid those same pitfalls Take lessons from the pros—Six Sigma Execution is your one-stop resource for successful implementation across your organization.

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