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These days, enterprises need to reduce operating costs as quickly as possible without compromising quality and customer service levels.
In the last 10 years, business leaders have recognized Lean Six Sigma as one of the most valuable methodologies for realizing this goal.
The Lean Six Sigma Guide to Doing More With Less - Cut Costs, Reduce Waste, and Lower Your Overhead addresses Lean Six Sigma and related approaches to help improve bottom-line performance and enable competitive advantage from process improvement, enterprise speed and agility. Through the discussion of critical tools, case studies and implementation tips, The Lean Six Sigma Guide to Doing More With Less provides a thorough and pragmatic understanding of how Lean Six Sigma can achieve rapid cost reduction that is sustained over time. The book provides instructions and insights for stand-alone cost-out projects, the launch and design of enterprise initiatives and how to extract greater performance from legacy Six Sigma programs.
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Mark O. George is managing director in Accenture’s Process & Innovation Performance service line. Process & Innovation Performance solutions help clients become high-performance businesses by taking an end-to-end, process-based approach to address key business challenges, as well as working with clients to rapidly enhance the internal capabilities needed to continually improve operational and innovation outcomes.
For almost 20 years, Mark has helped clients with operational excellence initiatives that have helped transform businesses and accelerate financial improvements. Mark has crafted enterprise transformation deployments that have delivered hundreds of millions in economic profit, while at the same time helped establish cultural transformation for long term sustainability. His experience includes leading Lean Six Sigma initiatives at more than two dozen Fortune 1000 companies, in multiple industries such as automobile manufacturing, financial services, food and beverage, telecommunications, electronics, and medical products. He has also provided support to the U.S. military and to leading private equity firms and their portfolio companies.
Mark has conducted Executive, Champion, Sponsor and Green Belt and Lean certification training for hundreds of our client resources in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Mark has also coached our clients on the powerful non-linear relationships of advanced Lean principles, especially through the implementation of the Process & Innovation Performance service line’s proprietary analytical software solution "Supply Chain Accelerator."
The Lean Six Sigma Guide to Doing More With Less - Cut Costs, Reduce Waste, and Lower Your Overhead addresses Lean Six Sigma and related approaches to help improve bottom-line performance and enable competitive advantage. Lean Six Sigma is a powerful and practical method to enable rapid and sustainable cost reduction through process improvement, enterprise speed and agility.
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March 1, 2011
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