Seis Sigma. Una estrategia pragmática
Learn how Telefonica, ABB, Ericsson, LG Electronics and other leading companies use Six Sigma as a pragmatic strategy for operational excellence
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Kjell Magnusson, Dag Kroslid, Bo Bergman and Enric Barba
Six Sigma is a strategy to achieve radical improvements whose key objective is to contribute to achieving the strategic objectives of the companies. This initiative first came to Motorola in 1987. Today, Six Sigma is a strategy and concept of fundamental improvement in multiple companies in the US, Europe and Asia.
This book presents Six Sigma from a pragmatic perspective, showing how companies successfully combine Six Sigma strategies, goals, conceptual frameworks, training schemes, methodologies and mental models to achieve high rates of improvement and meaningful results. . In-depth cases are addressed in companies, both production and services, covering topics such as the deployment of Six Sigma, process improvements and product improvements using the Design for Six Sigma methodology.
The main purpose of the work is to share the vision of Six Sigma as a pragmatic strategy to achieve the radical improvements needed today in companies. It also aims to inspire and empower businesses to achieve, promote and / or improve their own Six Sigma programs.
It addresses both companies that already apply Six Sigma as well as management and technical staff at all levels and positions of companies, in services and in production, as well as engineering and economics and business administration students who intend to understand the essence and the potential of Six Sigma.
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- Gestión 2000
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