One Bite at a Time: How Every Manager Can Use Six Sigma to Make a Difference
Nathan is a manager under pressure. He's just been given an ultimatum by his boss to improve the quality and productivity of his team's work - or jobs will have to go. With overworked and demoralized staff, Nathan is resigned to defeat. But then he's introduced to One Bite at a Time, a simple but effective way for managers and their teams to make significant improvements in only three months. Using simple Six Sigma methods and tools One Bite at a Time can be applied quickly and easily in almost any situation. One Bite at a Time won't take you long to read, but it will change the way you see the challenge of management. It is an inspirational story for everyone from the first-time supervisor to the seasoned manager.
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