Lean Six Sigma in financial services

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de Koning, H.; Does, R.J.M.M.; Bisgaard, S.;

Lean Thinking and Six Sigma are typically considered as separate approaches to process innovation, with complementary strengths. When combined as Lean Six Sigma, this approach provides a unified framework for systematically developing innovations. Lean Six Sigma can als... View more
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