If you want new and effective ideas to improve your organization’s efficiency, then this self-help business management book is for you.
For Continuous Improvement efforts to be effective, meaningful, realistic and sustainable, it is important to use appropriate tools. Tools that will facilitate correct identification of business problems, provide required change metrics along with assisting strategic decision-making and cost-effective implementation. This book provides deep insights into 30 vital tools necessary to conduct successful Continuous Improvement campaigns.
Who should read this book?
This book is for Agile Leaders, Directors, Management consulting professionals, Production supervisors, Project leaders, Manufacturing heads, Managers and Supervisors involved in decision-making, directing their organization’s sustainability, profitability, and expansion.
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More about the book:
This book helps executives; professionals improve organizational performance in their role as a Management Consultant, Business Analyst, Continuous Improvement, or Process Management Expert.
This book is also for graduate students in the process of stepping into the industrial world- be it manufacturing or a service industry.
This book is meant for Business Management professionals, Process Architects & Analysts and all business readers who wish to apply business improvement methodology & continuous improvement tools in most effective, beneficial and practical ways.
About the author:
Shruti Bhat PhD MBA Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
Over the past eighteen years, Shruti has successfully led over 450 Continuous Improvement projects in big & small organizations world wide. She specializes in business transformation of sick units. Shruti has proficiency in Continuous Improvement for Innovation management, Research & Development, Human Resources (HR), Manufacturing, Quality, Intellectual Property, Sales and Service functions; additional case studies on Shruti's blog www.DrShrutiBhat.com