Results-Based Systematic Operational Improvement

Hakan Butuner

March 22, 2017 by Auerbach Publications
Reference - 172 Pages - 20 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781498726306 - CAT# K25824


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  • Defines the basic characteristics of systematic improvement planning
  • Describes the methodology to determine the three fundamentals of SIP: Targets, Analysis, and Improvement Ideas by following a six-step pattern
  • Provides working forms (in the form of key documents and output) used in applying the techniques in each step of the SIP pattern


This book introduces Systematic Improvement Planning (SIP), a structured approach to improvement. It draws upon proven industrial engineering and quality improvement tools, along with some of its own, and enables people to make positive changes. SIP is designed to help meet goals, solve problems, and implement ideas. The book provides a comprehensive and detailed framework for operational improvement at all levels of an enterprise.


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