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The McGraw Hill 36 Hour Course in Six Sigma

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The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Six Sigma Course will give you the basic knowledge you need to introduce, implement, and manage a Six Sigma project. Built around the case studies, chapter-ending self-tests, and comprehensive final exam that have made McGraw-Hill's 36-Hour series

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Getting the Right Things Done

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Getting Right Things Done shows how strategy deployment will focus and align your activities, and allow you to quickly respond to threats and opportunities. Strategy deployment is a proven planning and execution approach used by companies such as Toyota for more than 25 years to engage people at all levels of the organization and, in doing so, dominate markets.

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What Is Six Sigma?

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Six Sigma has gained an avid following among executives and managers for its ability to reduce cycle time, eliminate product defects, and dramatically increase customer involvement and satisfaction. But Six Sigma can't work without widespread employee involvement and commitment. What Is Six Sigma?

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Lean Thinking

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Lean Thinking clearly demonstrates that these simple ideas can breathe new life into any company in any industry in any country. But most managers need guidance on how to make the lean leap in their firm. Part II provides a step-by-step action plan, based on in-depth studies of more than fifty lean companies in a wide range of industries across the world.

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Warehouse and Distribution Automation Handbook

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Increase the efficiency of your warehouse and distribution operations-and improve your bottom line with automation technology Today's consumers demand products and services that are on time and that cost less, making automated distribution centres more crucial to order fulfilment than ever before.

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World-Class Warehousing and Material Handling

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This title presents timeless insights for planning and managing 21st-century warehouse operations. Despite today's just-in-time production mentality, with its efforts to eliminate warehouses and their inventory carrying costs, effective warehousing continues to play a critical bottom-line role for companies worldwide.

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Introduction to Materials Management

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Introduction to Materials Management is an introductory text written for students in community colleges and universities. It is used in technical programs, such as industrial engineering and manufacturing engineering; in business, operations and supply chain management programs; and by those already in industry, whether or not they are working in materials management.

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Fundamentals of Packaging Technology

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The book is a step-by-step explanation of packaging design, materials, and manufacturing applicable to a wide range of industries It demonstrates how packages are engineered, produced, and eventually recycled Special attention is given to the details of machinery and processing, as well as advanced materials The fourth edition has been systematically updated

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Introduction to e-Supply Chain Management

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Introduction to e-Supply Chain Management is Engaging Technology to Build Market-Winning Business Partnerships shows you how to exploit this merger and gain an unbeatable competitive advantage

The tightening of the economy and heavier restrictions and security measures placed on channel flows

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Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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In today’s highly competitive global marketplace, the pressure on organizations to find new ways to create and deliver value to customers grows ever stronger. There is a growing recognition that it is through logistic efficiency and effective management.

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