Integrating Knowledge Management and Lean Thinking to Achieve Six Sigma Performance

By Rania A.M. Shamah.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Today’s marketplace is characterized as a high dynamic changeable environment and place of uncertainty. Therefore, this paper aims to examine the utility of Six Sigma interventions as a performance measure through applying Knowledge Management and Lean Thinking. This paper suggests that one key element in any strategy designed to mitigate visibility. It is argued that organization “confidence” will increase in proportion to the quality of shared information.

Keywords: Knowledge Management, Lean Thinking, Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 9, Issue 11, pp.59-80. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.543MB).

Dr. Rania A.M. Shamah

Lecturer, Buisiness Administration, High Institute of Cooperative & Managerial Studies, Naser City, Cairo, Egypt

Lecturer of Business Administration; High Institute of Cooperative & Managerial Studies; Egypt. Consultant / Lecturer of Business Administration; at several Training Centers in Middle East especially at the Gulf Aria; Member of the crisis Research Unit.


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