Table of contents for Lean Six Sigma logistics / by: Thomas Goldsby & Robert Martichenko.

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CHAPTER 1: WHAT IS LEAN SIX SIGMA LOGISTICS?		
CHAPTER 2: THE IMPORTANCE OF LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN 
MANAGEMENT	
CHAPTER 3: THE WASTE OF INVENTORY	
CHAPTER 4: THE WASTE OF TRANSPORTATION 		
CHAPTER 5: THE WASTE OF SPACE AND FACILITIES	
CHAPTER 6: THE WASTE OF TIME 		
CHAPTER 7: THE WASTE OF PACKAGING	
CHAPTER 8: THE WASTE OF ADMINISTRATION 	
CHAPTER 9: THE WASTE OF KNOWLEDGE 	
CHAPTER 10: A TOUR OF THE BRIDGE			
CHAPTER 11: LOGISTICS FLOW -- ASSET FLOW					
CHAPTER 12: FLOW -- INFORMATION FLOW 				
CHAPTER 13: FLOW -- FINANCIAL FLOW				
CHAPTER 14: CAPABILITY -- PREDICTABILITY 				
CHAPTER 15: CAPABILITY -- STABILITY 	
CHAPTER 16: CAPABILITY -- VISIBILITY 	
CHAPTER 17: DISCIPLINE -- COLLABORATION 	
CHAPTER 18: DISCIPLINE ? SYSTEMS OPTIMIZATION 	
CHAPTER 19: DISCIPLINE ? WASTE ELIMINATION 	
CHAPTER 20: STRATEGY AND PLANNING TOOLS		
CHAPTER 21: PROBLEM-SOLVING TOOLS				
CHAPTER 22: OPERATIONAL TOOLS				
CHAPTER 23: MEASUREMENT TOOLS		
CHAPTER 24: CASE STUDY: LAMRO MANUFACTURING			
CHAPTER 25: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Business logistics -- Management.
Six sigma (Quality control standard).
Process control.
Inventory control.
Waste minimization.
Industrial efficiency.