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The Toolset is a comprehensive collection of the relevant Design for Six Sigma+Lean tools, which are necessary for successfully implementing innovations. All tools are presented in a clear structure, providing a good overview of the methodology.

The chronology of the listed tools corresponds to the procedure in a Design for Six Sigma+Lean development project with the stages Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, and Verify. Due to this unique structure by which tools can be found and applied quickly we created a book that facilitates project work in practical use enormously.

Migrating from a tool based approach to a question based approach is a decisive success factor in our opinion enabling firstly, increased efficiency of project work for the Project Leader, his team and the associated Stakeholders, and secondly, significantly increasing the probability of success for the respective innovation projects.

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Introduction

Today, the capacity to innovate is one of the key success factors of a company. According to a benchmarking study carried out by American Productivity and Quality Control (APQC), companies that display strong growth rates generate one third of their turnover from products which are less than three years old. Moreover, over the last 50 years there has been a drastic reduction in product life cycles. Those who don't improve continuously and quickly enough are shaken off by global competition.

Christian Staudter, Clemens von Hugo, Philipp Bosselmann, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer, Renata Meran, Olin Roenpage

Scout

Christian Staudter, Clemens von Hugo, Philipp Bosselmann, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer, Renata Meran, Olin Roenpage

Define

Christian Staudter, Clemens von Hugo, Philipp Bosselmann, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer, Renata Meran, Olin Roenpage

Measure

Christian Staudter, Clemens von Hugo, Philipp Bosselmann, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer, Renata Meran, Olin Roenpage

Analyze

Christian Staudter, Clemens von Hugo, Philipp Bosselmann, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer, Renata Meran, Olin Roenpage

Design

Christian Staudter, Clemens von Hugo, Philipp Bosselmann, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer, Renata Meran, Olin Roenpage

Verify

Christian Staudter, Clemens von Hugo, Philipp Bosselmann, Jens-Peter Mollenhauer, Renata Meran, Olin Roenpage

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