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The complete guide to Lean Six Sigma

April 1, 2020 Casey Nighbor

Were you aware that a typical production or fulfillment line is generally only 70- to 80-percent productive on an average day? With increasing pressure on supply chains to be more efficient, that’s leaving a large margin for improvement.

Enter Lean Six Sigma.

This methodology for operational excellence is a time-tested way to reduce waste and increase efficiency. Learn what this method entails and what benefits it can bring your operation in the chapters ahead.

About the Author

About Casey: Content marketing manager, frequently reading, aspiring chef, failed plant mom, connoisseur of tater tots, beauty products and airplane food.

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