• Lean Sigma Mastery Collection

  • 6 Books in 1: Lean Six Sigma, Lean Analytics, Lean Enterprise, Agile Project Management, KAIZEN, SCRUM
  • By: Bill Galvin
  • Narrated by: Sam Slydell, Ted Ryan
  • Length: 9 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (168 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Six audiobooks in one.

Every business wishes to provide an exceptional product to their customers. They want to be able to do this and meet their customers' needs, while also reducing costs to ensure profits stay as high as possible. But in many companies, there is a level of waste and inefficiency that shouldn’t be there. The result is a product that is of lower quality than the customer wants, more costs, and just more of a hassle for everyone involved.

Lean Six Sigma is a process that can help to get all of this under control. When you learn how to follow this methodology, you will be able to implement it into your business in order to get the best of both worlds. You can provide the customer with a high-quality product that meets their needs while also keeping your costs, in the long term, to a minimum.

This guidebook is going to discuss everything you need to know to get started with Lean Six Sigma. There are many different things to look over with this methodology, including:

  • The basics of Six Sigma
  • What is Six Sigma
  • Why you should use this method in your business
  • The importance of having employees certified with Six Sigma
  • Some of the most common myths about Six Sigma and how to avoid them
  • How to deploy Six Sigma
  • The benefits of implementing this methodology in your business
  • How to manage a Six Sigma team
  • How to use this methodology in sales
  • How to use Six Sigma to overcome any barriers that are in your business
  • Some of the best software tools that work well with Six Sigma

When you are ready to see what Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma can do for your business, and you want to reduce waste and inefficiencies while providing a high-quality product and meeting your customer's needs, make sure to check out this guidebook to help you get started.

©2019 Bill Galvin (P)2019 Bill Galvin

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A wonderful audio book with a great philosophy

This audio book benefits many positions from all perspectives in just about any industry. The nature of the Lean Startup itself is something that can be applied to nearly all facades in life.

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Excellent concepts on Building a Lean Business

Should be required listening for all entrepreneurs. I except that the author gets quite repetitive while exploring the subtleties of applying the Lean management techniques.

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Six Sigma Audible

Too much, way too much repetition stating, restating, reiterating the concept of six sigma. You should use, it’s good to use, where’s the beef? Content I’m sorry you did wAg too much sales pitch and Sauk g the same thing even to chapter 7. Moving on my time is valuable. I’m already sold on concept to listen to your audible, I want concept, application, explanation. I’m sticking with online learning for this one,

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Read by multiple narrators

Having multiple narrators makes it disjointed. It's ok, not bad, but not great either. You can do better with Jeffrey Ries' collection instead.

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May be be better with different narration

Chapter 63 at the 3 minute mark requires editing. unless WTF was the trxt in the book.

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Not Lean Sigma

This is really 6 Sigma and not Lean Sigma. Many of the topics are treated a a cursory level. If you are looking for Lean Six Sigma, look elsewhere. Not sure the word "lean" was even mentioned.

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Little actual information

I have listened to this book for 1 hour 35 minutes and have yet to hear about what lean six sigma actually is. On “book 2” it moves onto just “lean” and so far its more of the same. Its like getting told a story about how Matthew is great and he does great things and most people love him and never saying who the heck Matthew is. Talks about minimum PC requirements for software “pentium 386” … no idea this book was from the 90s. Narrator sounds like a male siri, very robotic.

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I am very much interested

I am very much interested in reading his written books. I would like to recommend this book to everyone.

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fascinating guide


This book concentrates on showing strategies for lean six sigma and different methods for process change. I'd certainly laud this book since it demonstrated to me some industry standards to make my procedures more viable and effective without all the confusing language and unnecessary.I like this book.

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informative

This book is very well written by the author. I have read through the entire text three times and belive it to be the best performce managment book on the market. Really the information of this book was very useful and helpful to me.

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  • Wesley Folkard
  • 10-09-20

Monotone

Having completed PRINCE 2 and Agile practitioner courses, I was excited to make a start on Sigma methodologies. I barely made it past 20 minutes of this audio book, purely based on the narration.

I'm sure he is a lovely guy, but there is so little enthusiasm when narrating this book that it even becomes hard to define when he is moving onto the next step in a process, as it all sounds the same. If the narrator isn't interested in what they are reading, you can't expect to captivate an audience.

I do a lot of commuting and listen to audio books whilst doing so, but will be too dangerous doing so with this one as has already made me sleepy. I will be buying the hard copy to read myself and returning this one.

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  • Debtwarrior
  • 12-02-19

Good later but a lot of time wasted

Nearly all the first book is just saying over and over again how grwst six sign is without saying what it is, and blanket things like 'you need to have suppliers who. Make changes that fit with your organisation..'. A lot of empty obvious stuff.