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Strength-Based Lean Six Sigma

Building Positive and Engaging Business Improvement

Strength-based Lean Six Sigma is the first book to combine the leading approaches in both business improvement and organizational change for optimum organizational performance and agility.
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    Hardback£129.99
EAN: 9780749469504
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 235x155
264 pages
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About the book

Strength-based Lean Six Sigma is a new way of approaching process improvement that combines the best practices of two established methodologies to generate a new approach in order to help you develop and deliver increased high performance in any organization. It is the first book to use approaches in business improvement as well as organizational change for optimum organizational performance and improved agility.

Combining the energy and motivation released through a strengths-based approach with the focus on quality and efficiency generated by lean six sigma, it offers practitioners from all disciplines the opportunity to understand each other and work successfully together to drive effective and powerful change programmes.

About the authors

David Shaked

David Shaked is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with many years of experience on-the-ground implementing and teaching these approaches with different organisations and functions. He is also an AI practitioner and trainer, certified by NTL, the leading organisation in the US for teaching OD practice. David founded Almond Insight, a change management consultancy which helps organisations solve business challenges in sales, marketing, finance, customer services, distribution and human resources.

More about David Shaked

This book is the first on integrating Lean Six Sigma and Appreciative Inquiry. David does a masterful job blending the principles and processes of Appreciative Inquiry with the rigour of Lean Six Sigma to influence innovation and sustainable results in organizations. The book represents an insightful contribution to both disciplines.

Jacqueline M Stavros, Professor and Director of DBA Program, Lawrence Technological University