Velocity: Combining Lean, Six Sigma and the Theory of Constraints to Achieve Breakthrough Performance - A Business Novel

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Millions of readers keep in mind The Goal, the landmark business novel that sets forth by method of story the necessary concepts of Eliyahu Goldratt's ingenious methods of production. Now, from the AGI-Goldratt Institute and Jeff Cox, the very same creative author who co-authored The Goal, comes VELOCITY, the book that discloses the best ways to achieve exceptional bottom-line outcomes by integrating the world's three most effective continuous improvement disciplines: Lean, Six Sigma, and Goldratt's Theory of Constraints.

Utilized by the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps to drastically enhance a few of the most complex, logistically large supply chains on the planet, the VELOCITY METHOD draws on the strengths of all three disciplines to provide development efficiency gains. In physics, speed with instructions is speed; in business, the application of VELOCITY ways your company can achieve operational speed with strategic instructions to outmaneuver competitors, gain loyalty with clients, and rapidly build sustainable profits development-- in as little as one or two business quarters.

Dee Jacob and Suzan Bergland, 2 princi-pals of AGI, have been teaching the concepts, methods, and tools of VELOCITY to major corporations, including Procter & Gamble, ITT, and Northrop Grumman, for many years. Now they open the door for you to see the best ways to use their insights and methods to your company-- be it business, not-for-profit, production, or service based-- in order to reduce preparations, reduce inventories, reduce production irregularity, and increase sales.

Author Jeff Cox returns with the brilliant, realistic style that made The Goal so legible yet so edifying. Thrust into the presidency of the subsidiary business where she has actually handled sales and marketing, Amy Cieolara is mandated by her corporate superiors to carry out Lean Six Sigma (LSS) in order to appease a crucial client. Assigned to assist her is LSS Master Black Belt Wayne Reese, set up as her operations supervisor. But as time goes on and corporate pressure installs, Amy discovers she needs to start thinking for herself-- and learning from everybody around her-- and she gets to the series of steps that form the core of the VELOCITY METHOD.

SPEED offers keen insight into the human and organizational elements that so typically hinder development while teaching you proven, useful methods for restarting and accelerating the internal engines of your business to reach brand-new levels of success. Vibrant characters, believable scenarios, and everything from dice video games to AGI's "fact tree" methods make this business novel an important resource for everybody looking for to provide business improvement in these tough economic times-- and far into the future.Millions of readers keep in mind The Goal, the landmark business novel that sets forth by method of story the necessary concepts of Eliyahu Goldratt's ingenious methods of production. Now, from the AGI-Goldratt Institute and Jeff Cox, the very same creative author who co-authored The Goal, comes VELOCITY, the book that discloses how to achieve exceptional bottom-line outcomes by integrating the world's three most effective continuous improvement disciplines: Lean, Six Sigma, and Goldratt's Theory of Constraints. Utilized by the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps to drastically enhance a few of

the most complex, logistically large supply chains on the planet, the VELOCITY METHOD draws on the strengths of all three disciplines to provide development efficiency gains. In physics, speed with instructions is speed; in business, the application of VELOCITY ways your company can achieve operational speed with strategic instructions to outmaneuver competitors, gain loyalty with clients, and rapidly build sustainable profits development-- in as little as one or two business quarters. Dee Jacob and Suzan Bergland, 2 princi-pals of AGI, have been teaching the concepts, methods, and tools of VELOCITY to major corporations, including Procter & Gamble, ITT, and Northrop Grumman, for many years. Now they open the door for you to see the best ways to use their insights and methods to your company-- be it business, not-for-profit, production, or service based-- in order to reduce preparations, reduce inventories, reduce production irregularity, and increase sales. Author Jeff Cox returns with the brilliant, realistic style that made The Goal so legible yet so edifying. Thrust into the presidency of the subsidiary business where she has actually handled sales and marketing, Amy Cieolara is mandated by her corporate superiors to carry out Lean Six Sigma(LSS )in order to appease a crucial client. Assigned to assist her is LSS Master Black Belt Wayne Reese, set up as her operations supervisor. But as time goes on and corporate pressure installs, Amy discovers she needs to start thinking for herself-- and learning from everybody around her-- and she gets to the series of steps that form the core of the VELOCITY METHOD. SPEED offers keen insight into the human and organizational elements that so typically hinder development while teaching you proven, useful methods for restarting and accelerating the internal engines of your business to reach brand-new levels of success.

Vibrant characters, believable scenarios, and everything from dice video games to AGI's "fact tree "methods make this business novel an important resource for everybody looking for to provide business improvement in these tough economic times-- and far into the future.

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