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AuthorHouse, 2001 - Poetry - 116 pages
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Implementing a CPI Culture is written as a "HOW TO" Book which includes everything an organization needs to know when they are either trying out some process improvement activities or are Implementing a Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) Culture across their entire organization. CPI is the fluid combination of principles and sub tools from the Process-Focused methodologies Lean, Six Sigma, and Theory of Constraints.

This book is unique because it is applicable to Military Organizations as well as Commercial Businesses. MAQ has 35 years of experience in the USAF and US Army and helped generate the DoD CPI Guide. He is more than qualified to relate CPI to the Military environment. He is a certified Level 2 and 3 Mentor for the USAF.

The techniques identified in this book have been proven successful at several Air Force and Army Bases as well as private businesses. They are similar to many techniques used throughout the Department of Defense and across industry.

Although every Military Service is using a different combination of the three techniques; Lean, Six Sigma, and Theory of Constraints, CPI combines all these techniques into a single approach that makes the best use of each sub tool when it is appropriate.

If you want to improve processes in your organization, this is the book to read and use. For more information on CPI, contact MAQ or Mike Maquet at

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