The 10 accelerators of Lean Six Sigma results
from Process Excellence Network
There are more global opportunities for improvement and competitive success now than at any other time in history, says Terence T. Burton, President of the Center for Excellence in Operations. In the second of a series of articles, Burton examines the 10 accelerators you can use to get best results from your improvement programs. He wrote in Process Excellence Network, "There are two certainties about waste. First, waste is dynamic and everywhere and the growth rate of waste is proportional to executive behaviors and strategic choices about improvement. As the world accelerates, so too must the 'process of improvement.' Second, when waste is left unattended, it spreads like a cancer through organizations. When people have the perception that improvement is not a priority and follow suit with reactionary behaviors, the organization fails to recognize the obvious: The only way to get better is to improve the current state."
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