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Leaning Into Six Sigma shows managers how to combine today's two most popular continuous improvement methodologies - Lean Enterprise and Six Sigma - for dramatically improved quality and cycle time.This concise and fast-paced "business novel" tells the story of how one skeptical company gradually came to understand and implement a Lean Six Sigma initiative - improving quality at all levels of the organization. This engaging story will help employees and managers understand basic quality concepts from Design of Experiments (DOE) to Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), while learning how to: * Implement work cells and preventive maintenance * Get rid of excess inventory * Speed up processes"
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Barbara Ketcham Wheaton, born in Philadelphia in 1931, is a writer, a noted food historian, and since 1990 the honorary curator of the culinary collection at the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, one of the largest U. S.
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