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Products & Services R and AS Conferences 2005 August 2005: Trends in Lean, Six Sigma and Process Excellence: From Early Adopters to Agile Innovators

Is it Time to "Reboot” your Lean Six Sigma Initiative

ID: GBC-082005SUN


Pages/Slides: 14


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: PDF


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
  • PRESENTER INFO
Just like those associated with your computer, there may be warning signs in your organization that you need to “reboot” your Lean Six Sigma initiative. This session will describe the organizational equivalents of:
  • System crashes – fatal errors
  • System hangs – no response
  • Unexpected behaviors of the system
  • System becoming progressively slower
  • System resources unavailable
  • Older versions not supported
  • Reboots required following the installation of a new program
  • Reboots required following the completion of preventive maintenance

Finally, this session will include examples from organizations who have successfully “rebooted” their Lean Six Sigma initiatives, with lessons learned and best practices identified.

Industries Profiled:
Computer Software; High Tech


Companies Profiled:
Sun Microsystems

Kay Kendall
Director - Scalable Systems Group

Sun Mircosystems