• Cultural Impact On Lean Six Sigma And Corporate Success

Cultural Impact On Lean Six Sigma And Corporate Success

Cultural Impact On Lean Six Sigma And Corporate Success

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  • Author
    Miriam Jacobs
  • Publisher
    Springer
  • Publication date
    14 November 2014

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Cultural Impact On Lean Six Sigma And Corporate Success

  • Author

    Miriam Jacobs

  • Date Published

    14 November 2014

  • Publisher

    Springer

  • Pages

    320 pages

  • ISBN

    9783658073404

Book Description

To achieve a better understanding of the influence of National Culture, Corporate Culture and Leadership Style on Lean Six Sigma implementation and Corporate Success a quantitative empirical web-based survey with Lean Six Sigma professionals involved in the social professional network LinkedIn was carried out by Miriam Jacobs. The outcome of this survey suggests, that certain constellations of these five factors are more successful than others. Companies with an almost equal balance across different Leadership Styles and types of Corporate Culture achieve the best results, while companies equipped with a Rational and Hierarchical Corporate Culture in the absence of transformational, participative or supportive leadership are likely to fail.

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