Analysis of Lean Six Sigma in the Army contracting process
Zucchetti, Eva .
Lindsay, Lisa L. Massi
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The purpose of this MBA Project is to investigate Lean Six Sigma (LSS) as it pertains to contracting processes. This project will analyze whether or not LSS is an efficient and effective process to achieve the Army's goal of successful Business Transformation. The project will discuss the vision of the Defense (DoD) and the Army for Business Transformation and what is being done to achieve their goals. Research will focus on whether LSS is working and what, if anything can be done to supplement progress. The DoD is one of the largest and most complex organizations in the world. Transforming the Department's business operations and aligning its strategy, controls, people, processes and technology to truly effect this transformation is an enormous challenge
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