Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Second Edition of Epiphanized Now Available

At long last Bruce Nelson and my second edition of Epiphanized was released today on Amazon.  Our new publisher, Taylor and Francis, will now begin the publishing work on our sequel to this book which will demonstrate how to apply our unified Theory of Constraints, Lean and Six Sigma methodology to the Healthcare and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) fields.

Besides explaining how to implement our unified improvement methodology, this second edition arms readers with a proven method for convincing management that using the improvement methodology outlined in the text will lead to significantly higher levels of profitability.

This edition has been updated with an expanded appendix that includes more in-depth discussions of the tools covered in the first edition. This edition also sheds more light on the reasoning behind why the very best improvement results can be achieved by the unification of the Theory of Constraints, Lean, and Six Sigma (TLS). The appendix also provides additional detail about how the concepts covered in the novel part of the book can be applied to your organization.

The primary theme throughout this book is the focus on the unity and enhancement of improvement tools and methods. The book includes an appendix that allows readers to explore, in much more detail, the principles, tools, and techniques presented in the novel portion of the book.

Bruce and I are detailing a pioneering pathway for significant gains in profitability and market share for any company choosing to implement the methodologies that are presented. Some of the concepts, tools, and principles presented may seem counterintuitive to many readers, but if the principles are understood and followed, the exceptional results are sure to follow.

We hope you enjoy this second edition and that it helps everyone see the benefit of combining these three improvement methodologies and that by implementing this unified methodology your company can see new levels of profitability.

Here's the link to Amazon:

Bob Sproull

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