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Lean Six Sigma (LSS) has gained popularity as an integrated framework. LSS has been successfully applied in various manufacturing and service contexts, including the automotive industry, education, electronics, construction, software development, call centers, healthcare, and logistics services. LSS is a long-term decision-making strategy aimed at minimizing variation in quality and process, maximizing value-added content, and improving customer satisfaction. It offers benefits such as quality and productivity improvement and more effective and efficient supply chain management, making it suitable for continuous improvement in the field of shipbuilding. Lean Principles and Practices focus on creating value for the customer and driving growth for organizations in which they are implemented. Therefore, researchers have explored the scope and impact of implementing Lean in shipbuilding. Although shipbuilding technology differs from other industries such as automotive manufacturing, it shares similarities with construction technology, as both involve place-bound products and utilize the site itself as a resource."Shipyard Lean Six Sigma" is a comprehensive guide that explores the principles and practices of Lean Six Sigma specifically tailored for shipyard operations. It examines the strategies and methodologies that can optimize efficiency, reduce waste, and enhance productivity in shipbuilding processes. Designed for shipyard managers, supervisors, engineers, and professionals in the maritime industry, this book offers practical insights and case studies to help the audience implement Lean Six Sigma principles effectively. It is an essential resource for those seeking to improve their shipyard operations and achieve sustainable success in a competitive market.

Shipyard Lean Six Sigma

SKU: 9788119677016
  • Author: Stephan Schwindke

    ISBN: 9788119677016


    Binding: H.B

    1st Edition: 2024

    Pages: 250

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