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Information Technology Applications in Lean Systems

This book was written to provide Lean and Six Sigma improvement experts with an introduction to the basic concepts, tools and methods information technology (IT) practitioners developed to manage projects and software systems. This topic is important because production systems rely to an increasingly greater degree on IT systems. When Lean practitioners participate in IT projects to automate processes, it is important they understand IT and Lean project management.

The book provides roadmaps and checklists for process improvement professionals to evaluate project risks and help reduce the expense and development cycle time of these IT projects. It also demonstrates how the effective use of Lean project management methods such as Agile Project Management (APM) can increase the productivity of information system deployment in service and manufacturing organizations. Its focus is also for the deployment of Lean methods to more effectively design IT systems related to workflow management (WM), enterprise application Integration (EAI), business activity monitoring (BAM), business intelligence (BI), business process modeling and analysis (BMA), business process management (BPM) and business process management suite (BPMS) systems and their major components.

Lean Six Sigma methods help standardize processes for the deployment of Information and Data Governance as well as the new General Dat Protection Regulation (GDPR).


  • Leverage best practices for ITIL, Lean Six Sigma and Agile Project Management (APM)

  • Leverage the IT process maturity model

  • Accelerating organizational change
  • Translating customer requirements
  • Understanding Lean concepts
  • Software development and use cases
  • Promote standardization through process governance

  • Deploy cross functional Kaizen facilitation

  • Focused continuous improvement training, mentoring  and project execution
  • Lean IT applications in manufacturing and service systems

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