Well, maybe you won’t double them, maybe you’ll do better!
Many organizations struggle with their continuous improvement (CI) efforts; achieving real bottom line results, whether in cost savings or increased revenues, has proven to be difficult. In spite of the widespread implementation of Lean and Six Sigma principles, poor results persist. The TLS process generates 15-20 times better performance than Lean or Six Sigma. I’ve written a new paper (18 pages!) that shows the root causes of poor CI program performance and a systematic framework to create ongoing bottom line results.
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TLS Theory of Constraints Lean Six Sigma