Capitalize on a Powerful, 10-Step Improvement Process to Identify and Solve Supply Chain Problems in Industrial Organizations!
Six Sigma practitioners and industrial managers who want to improve supply chain effectiveness in their organizations now have a powerful new weapon to add to their arsenal!
Lean Six Sigma for Supply Chain Management offers a unique 10-step improvement process for identifying and solving the root causes of supply chain problems in everyday operations.
Written by Master Black Belt James William Martin, this proven management tool combines key aspects of Lean Manufacturing (from the Toyota Production System) and Six Sigma management principles in order to create a Lean Six Sigma approach that can dramatically improve supply chain function.
Lean Six Sigma for Supply Chain Management contains specific information for developing inventory models, metrics for aligning objectives with strategic goals, a concise overview of supply chain concepts, and models illustrating how lead time and demand impact customer service and inventory investment levels. This vital resource features:
Designed to help Six Sigma professionals and frontline managers achieve higher levels of competitiveness, Lean Six Sigma for Supply Chain Management provides the guidelines, tools, and techniques required to eliminate supply chain problems and boost company performance.
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James William Martin is president of Six Sigma Integration, Inc., a Lean Six Sigma consulting firm, located south of Boston. He has served as an instructor at the Providence College Graduate School of Business since 1988. He instructs courses in operations research, operations management, and economic forecasting, as well as related quantitative subjects, and counsels MBA candidates from government organizations and leading corporations. As a Six Sigma consultant and master black belt for eight years, Mr. Martin has worked with organizations in retail sales, residential and commercial service, banking, insurance, financial services, measurement systems, aerospace component manufacturing, electronic manufacturing, controls, building projects, industrial equipment, and consumer products. He has trained and mentored more than 1,500 black belts, executives, deployment champions, and green belts in Lean Six Sigma methods including supply chain applications. He holds a M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University; M.B.A., Providence College; and B.S. Industrial Engineering, University of Rhode Island. He also holds several patents and has written numerous articles on quality and process improvement. He is a member of the Association for Operations Management (APICS) and has certifications in production and inventory management (CPIM) and integrated resource management (CIRM). He is a member of American Society for Quality (ASQ) and is a certified quality engineer (CQE).From the Inside Flap:
Manage Lean Six Sigma Supply Chains and Third Party Logistics
Perform Root-Cause Analysis Using Six Sigma Tools with Operations
Implement Lean Six Sigma Improvement and Control
Put the 10-Step Solution Process into Practice
Six Sigma professionals and industrial managers will benefit from a wealth
of guidance for developing inventory models, metrics for aligning
objectives with specific goals, and concise explanations of supply chain
concepts. They will also find an extensive glossary with definitions of the
full range of Lean Six Sigma technical terms.
Filled with 190 detailed illustrations, this all-in-one resource includes
supplemental information on cash investment, profit and loss, inventory
turns, on-time delivery, forecasting accuracy, lead time, unplanned orders,
schedule changes, overdue backlog, data accuracy, material availability,
excess/obsolete inventory, and other topics relating to effective supply
Brilliantly combining key aspects of Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing, Lean
Six Sigma for Supply Chain Management now provides the tools and techniques
needed to identify and manage supply chain improvement projects, increase
efficiency, and protect the bottom line.
Over the past two decades, American industrial organizations have embraced
a wide variety of management programs that they hope will enhance
competitiveness. Currently, two of the most popular and promising programs
are Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing.
Lean Six Sigma for Supply Chain Management offers Six Sigma practitioners
and managers a powerful, 10-step solution process for identifying and
solving the root causes of supply chain problems in industrial
organizations and thus increasing profitability.
Written by a Master Black Belt and Six Sigma consultant, this unique
productivity tool brings together the tenets of Lean Manufacturing
operations (from the Toyota Production System) and Six Sigma management
principles, showing professionals step by step how to apply Lean Six Sigma
to supply chain management.
The 10-step solution process presented in Lean Six Sigma for Supply Chain
Management will enable readers to:
Use Lean Six Sigma Methods to Identify and Manage Supply
Master Lean Concepts in Order to Simplify Processes
Discover How Demand Management Impacts Inventory Investment
Learn How Reducing Lead Time Impacts Inventory Investment
Apply Lean Six Sigma to MRPII/Material Requirements Planning
Utilize Inventory Models to Identify Lean Six Sigma Projects
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2006. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: FOREWORD INTRODUCTION Chapter 1: Using Lean Six Sigma Methods to Identify and Manage Supply Chain Projects Chapter 2: Deploying Lean Six Sigma Projects Using Lean Tools Chapter 3: Demand Management Impact on Lean Six Sigma Projects Chapter 4: Lead-Time Impact on Lean Six Sigma Projects Chapter 5: Lean Six Sigma Applications to Materials Requirements Planning (MRPII) Chapter 6: Identifying Lean Six Sigma Projects Using Inventory Models Chapter 7: Lean Supply Chains and Third-Party Logistics Chapter 8: Root Cause Analysis Using Six Sigma Tools (With Operations Research Methods) Chapter 9: Lean Six Sigma Improvement and Control Chapter 10: Applying the 10-Step Solution Process APPENDIX I: IMPORTANT SUPPLY CHAIN METRICS APPENDIX II: KEY LEAN SIX SIGMA CONCEPTS CONCLUSION GLOSSARY INDEX. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0071479422
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