HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT IMPROVEMENT METHOD
Henny

Henny

Would You Proof-Read and Edit My New Book?

Yes, I’m back from a short holiday in Hungary and Slovakia and started writing my book!!

This piece of work will contain my thoughts, knowledge, experience on Lean Six Sigma and how you should apply it in your business to save you lots of money, simplify your processes and increase the satisfaction of both your customers and your employees.

I’m very excited about writing this book and I want to give you great value and tangible results through the explanations and examples in it so that you too can greatly benefit from it.

… but I have a problem… I’m writing in English but I’m NOT an native speaker. Therefore I need your help and actually I would pay for your efforts.

What do I need?

  1. Proof-reader of my book with English as native language
  2. Editor of my book that would advise on the structure, pictures, etc.

How do I chose?

  1. I include the first page of my book here.
  2. Read it, send me your improved, edited version
  3. Give me your suggestion about the title
  4. I will contact the 3 best of you to agree on the price

Deadline: Please send me your email with subject line “Your Book On Lean Six Sigma” not later then 18th of Augustus 2009, 14:00 hrs. GMT+1

So here is the first page:


Introduction

Why Should You Care?

There are many companies around the globe making nice profits but there are only few who are able to do it for year after year without a structure, a planned set of actions.

Successful organizations like General Electric, Toyota, Motorola, Shell, etc. learnt to use a method that gave them not only financial strength but also more control about the bottom line result.

This method is called Lean Six Sigma, but it’s not about the name. Some companies have their own name, some uses no specific name for it, they just apply the method. Whatever you chose… it is about the consequent, structured application of the method in your own company that will save you money, save you time, simplifies processes and motivates your employees.

If your company doesn’t have a structured way of improving profit month-by-month, year-by-year, then it is your great chance to learn the same method those big companies are using for years and enjoying its benefits.

What I would like you to do now is to read trough this book and start applying this method for your organization as described here.

Why Should You Apply The Method of This Book?

#1 Because your profitability will not solely depend on your customers.

Of course, you MUST provide your customers and clients with the best and highest possible results and tangible benefits. Therefore, you want to get more and more sales. No question about this. But you know this is not the easiest and quickest way to improve your profit because it depends on many external factors you cannot influence.

In this book I will explain you the clear steps and techniques that YOU can apply to reduce your costs and get more control about your bottom line results.

#2 When you think about cost reduction, you think about dismissing employees and squeezing out your suppliers. Not much fun but it has to happen…

My method in this book will show you how you can make significant reductions in your expenses while achieving it TOGETHER with your employees, colleagues in a way that they will enjoy it. So it can be fun!

#3 Making profit is not only a wish but your duty towards your stake holders: your customers (they deserve it to receive your outstanding product and service over many, many years), your employees (they can pay the bills, send children to school, go on holiday), your suppliers (so they can serve you with outstanding products and services), your investors (for a descent return) and the community (your government included).

So you need means, tools and methods that YOU and YOUR ORGANIZATION can apply on a daily base, as a “way of life”.

That’s it for now. Looking forward your reactions!


Warm regards,

handtekening

M.Sc. Peter Herku MBA

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