Lean Six Sigma for Good

Using your improvement skills for social good. Humanitarian engineering, social services engineering, skills based volunteering, sustainable engineering

Lean Six Sigma for Good: Lessons from the Gemba (Volume 2) – Real-life stories and experiences written by Lean and Six Sigma volunteers working with not-for-profit organizations

This is the 2nd collection of real-life experiences and stories from those who have spent time at the “gemba.” They have generously offered to write a chapter about lessons learned and tools they have applied. A great book to share with potential volunteers, or nonprofits wanting to learn more about Lean or Six Sigma applied to their organizations.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Joe Wojniak and Lynn McCullough: Improving Thrift Shop Donations (interview with authors)
  • Tim Turner: Helping Others By Following The Toyota Way (podcast interview with Tim)
  • Douglas Cooper: Lessons from Liberia – Standard Work as the Foundation for Lean Practices
  • Resources and Next Steps

This book is still under development, with more chapters to be added throughout 2020, and purchases today will get the updated chapters.

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