Jul 8

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 14: April 15, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 15: April 22, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 16-17: April 29/ May 6, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 18: May 13, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 19: May 20, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 20: May 27, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 21-22: June 3/10, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 23: June 17, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 24: June 24, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.194, no. 1: July 1, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.194, no. 2: July 8, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

National Geographic

Place of Publication Washington, D.C.
Date of Publication Vol. 235, no. 1: January 2019
Publisher National Geographic Society

National Geographic

Place of Publication Washington, D.C.
Date of Publication Vol. 235, no. 2: February 2019
Publisher National Geographic Society

National Geographic

Place of Publication Washington, D.C.
Date of Publication Vol. 235, no. 3: March 2019
Publisher National Geographic Society

 

National Geographic

Place of Publication Washington, D.C.
Date of Publication Vol. 235, no. 5: May 2019
Publisher National Geographic Society

 

National Geographic

Place of Publication Washington, D.C.
Date of Publication Vol. 235, no. 6: June 2019
Publisher National Geographic Society

 

Reader’s Digest

Place of Publication Shaukiwan, Hong Kong
Date of Publication Vol. 115, no. 671: January 2019
Publisher Reader’s Digest Association Far East

Reader’s Digest

Place of Publication Shaukiwan, Hong Kong
Date of Publication Vol. 115, no. 672: February 2019
Publisher Reader’s Digest Association Far East

 

Reader’s Digest

Place of Publication Shaukiwan, Hong Kong
Date of Publication Vol. 115, no. 673: March 2019
Publisher Reader’s Digest Association Far East

 

 

Jun 7

 

Energy Engineering  (Ph.D.)

Improving the stability of diesel emulsions with high pyrolysis bio-oil content by alcohol co-surfactants and high shear mixing strategies / Cruz, Louie Angelo D. (LG 995 2018 E65 C78)

Reduced graphene oxide, MoS2 and graphene quantum dots for asymmetric supercapacitor application/ Mamador, Charmyne B. (LG 995 2018 E65 M36)

Biomethane production from low-strength wastewater in an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor : modelling methane production kinetics using sigmoidal growth functions and determining the effects of hydraulic retention time and reactor height on extracellular polymeric substances/ Ebrada, Leni C. (LG 996 2018 E65 E27)

Numerical modelling of two-phase flow through an ejector for a novel modified single-flash geothermal power plant / Sohi, Hashemi (LG 996 2018 E65 H37)

 CFD modelling and experimental evaluation of a heat-driven ejector refrigeration system/ Honra, Jaime P. (LG 996 2018 E65 H66)

 

Energy Engineering  (M.S.)

Techno-economic feasibility study of tidal power plant with seawater pumped storage in the Philippines/Ibanez, Roderaid T. (LG 995 2018 E65 I23)

Nickel hydroxide nanostructures as anode catalyst for direct ethanol fuel cellsLidasan, Jun Jeffri B. (LG 995 2018 E65 L53)

Performance effects of tubercle leading edge (TLE) on a cambered airfoil profile for vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) in steady wind/ Lositano, Ian Carlo M. (LG 995 2018 E65 L67)

Techno-economic assessment of offshore wind energy in the Philippines/ Maandal, Gerard Lorenz D. (LG 995 2018 E65 M33)

VAWT cluster parameter study on overall cluster performance/ Silva, Jeffrey E. (LG 995 2018 E65 S55)

 

Geodetic Engineering  (M.S.)

Development of methodology for mapping the coral reef habitats using hyperspectral CASI image and bathymetric LiDAR data / Cruz, Charmaine A. ( LG 995 2018 G685 C78)

Semi-automatic 3D topological network extraction for indoor navigation/Claridades, Alexis Richard C. (LG 955 2018 G685 C53)

Geospatial analysis of recorded theft and robbery cases in Quezon City using geographic information systems and spatial statistics/ Lanuza, Eugene Allan H. (LG 995 2018 G685 L36)

Geosimulation of riverine type mangrove in Palawan, Philippines using cellular automata/ Manalii, Michael Andrew G. (LG 995 2018 G685 M36)

Mapping rice ecosystems in Ilocos Region using Sentinel-1A SAR time series data and random forest algorithm/ Villano, Lorena S. (LG 995 2018 G685 V55)

Effects of rainfall intensity on soil erosion using OpenLiSEM with remote sensing assisted parameterization of vegetation in Katmon watershed/ De La Cruz, Leizel G (LG 995 2019 G685 D45)

Geostatistical analysis of road traffic accidents for crash reduction site prioritization/Luz, Leonard L. (LG 995 2018 G685 L89)

Optimization of ground control point configuration for unmanned aerial vehicle survey using structure-from-motion and geographic information systems/ Villanueva, Jara Kaye S. (LG 995 2018 G685 V555)

 

Industrial Engineering  (M.S.)

Formulation of an ergonomic assessment model of work-related musculoskeletal symptoms (WMSS) in small scale gold mining and extraction in the Philippines /Custodio, Bennette P. (LG 995 2016 E66 C87)

A Grey multi-objective programming model integration of inventory uncertainty into the dynamic inoperability input-output model/ Labayan- Mamino, Luchie Marie A. (LG 995 2018 E66 L33)

A Decision support system to hit target sample distribution quota and consumers on outdoor product sampling/ Tumamao, Mary Grace (LG 995 2018 (E66 T86)

A lookup-based decision support system for classification and prioritization of disaster-related tweets for disaster response/ Lagria, Raymond Freth A. (LG 995 2019 E66 L34)

Development of a user-based usability evaluation tool for mobile health (mHealth) systems/ Portuz, Alyssa Jean (LG 995 2019 E66 P67)

 

Mechanical Engineering  (M.S.)

Reliability-based optimization model for operation and maintenance strategy of subsea injection pumps in offshore natural gas facility /Altajeros, Marco Antonio O. (LG 995 2010 E65 A58)

A Prototype of a millet planting machine for Jigawa State, Nigeria/ Dauda, Abdulfrau Baba (LG 995 2018 E67 D38)

Wear rate analysis of main blades of a rotary cutting machine/ Marcelo, Eisson M. (LG 995 2018 E67 M37)

Modeling and performance analysis of a thermoelectric energy harvesting system from logger housing of water utility company applications /Valdez, Victor B. (LG 995 2018 E67 V35)

Structural analysi of horizontal axis tidal turbine (HATT) blade with varying material and laminate structuresUy, Glizelda L. (LG 995 2018 E67 U94)

Improving fuel economy estimates on a chassis dynamometer using air conditioner correction factors/ Reyes, Jose Alejandro M. (LG 995 2018 E67 R49)

 

 

 

 

May 9

RESERVE BOOKS


The black belt memory jogger : a pocket guide for Six Sigma DMAIC success, 2nd Ed.

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Author Sarah A. Carleton
Place of Publication Methuen, MA
Date of Publication [2016]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Learn Lean Six Sigma Deployment at a foundational level with our simple illustrative approach to visual learning. Aligned with the Body of Knowledge from ASQ, SME, AME and Shingo Prize Lean Certification. A non-statistical reference for green & black belts. Learn about kaizen, types of kaizen, and how a kaizen event and simple kaizen complement each other to successfully deploy Lean Six Sigma. Identify the typical structure of a 5-day kaizen event based on PDCA.
Two of the most common questions that we often tried to answer were when do I apply this tool? and what is the next step? therefore this Memory Jogger was organized around the 5 lean principles and grouping the key LSS tools at each step without being prescriptive. Involve everyone, everyday, everywhere as we deploy lean six sigma.

A quick reference guide: To quickly identify key points while working on a project or kaizen.
A kaizen learning tool: To be used during kaizen events to reinforce the key points.
A problem solving workbook: The step-by-step process of how to use Practical Problem Solving.
Identification of waste and kaizen ideas: Provide the guidelines to see waste at your workplace and learn how to eliminate it.
Self-paced preparation guide: A learning guide for the SME, AME, Shingo Prize & ASQ Lean Bronze, Silver/Gold Certification.


The design for Six Sigma memory jogger : tools and methods for robust processes and products

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Authors Dana Ginn, Evelyn Varner
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2004]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Based on the Define-Measure-Analyze-Design-Verify (DMADV) model, The Design for Six Sigma Memory Jogger guides you, step-by-step, through the process and clearly and concisely presents tools for: identifying the Voice of the Customer, prioritizing Critical to Quality Characteristics, and creating High-Level and Detailed Design Elements, assessing risks, testing designs and validating process capability. Using The Design for Six Sigma Memory Jogger as both a teaching tool and performance support aid, team members will hit the ground running, map their next steps, use tollgate reviews to report progress, and document their project through storyboards. Portable, concise easy to read and packed with wisdom, The Design for Six Sigma Memory Jogger allows team members to know how they fit in and enables them to make a maximum contribution to the project team.


The Lean Six Sigma tools memory jogger : the concise reference guide for LLS success.

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Place of Publication Methuen, MA
Date of Publication [2016]
Publisher Goal/QPC

The content of The Lean Six Sigma Tools Memory Jogger is aligned with the ASQ Six Sigma Body of Knowledge, LSS 6001 Lean & Six Sigma Black Belt Training International Standard and the IASSC (International Association for Six Sigma Certification) for which GOAL/QPC is designated as an Accredited Curriculum Provider.
The GOAL/QPC Lean Six Sigma Tools Memory Jogger is a breakthrough title for GOAL/QPC as it brings together the necessary tools and methodologies from the worlds of Six Sigma and Lean into one concise, easy to use, essential reference book. With over 120 tools this Memory Jogger is a must have for all in the Lean Six Sigma world, from the student on the way to their first certification to the experienced practitioner working Lean Six Sigma projects every day.

Organized alphabetically from Affinity Diagrams to Workload Balance, so that you can quickly find the tool you are looking for, this new pocket guide (3.5 x 5.5 inches) describes each of the 120+ tools and techniques using over 150 illustrations and the renowned GOAL/QPC format: Why use it? What does it do? and How do I do it? There are numerous examples and tips throughout the book. Comprehensive yet concise, it is written so that every topic and every page goes quickly to the critical point of interest.

With this Memory Jogger in your hands you have access to the complete set of Lean Six Sigma Tools, explained in a clear and helpful way to make you and your teams even more successful.


The lean enterprise memory jogger for service : where supply meets demand… exactly!

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Author Richard L. Macinnes
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2009]
Publisher Goal/QPC

This brand new version of our original Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger applies lean concepts to both services and transactional organizations.
Answer this, would your customers, without question recommend your service to friends or associates? The Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger for Service holds the key to helping you achieve superior service levels, efficiently and effectively; while retaining desirable customers and attracting new ones. Industry has learned that traditional lean manufacturing approaches when applied to the service environment can have disastrous results. Service is not manufacturing! But service delivery does require associated resources of people, technology, methods, facilities, equipment, and so on, to be designed to meet the seemingly unpredictable demands of customers.


The lean memory jogger for healthcare

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Authors Richard L. MacInnes, Mark L. Dean
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2012]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Achieving Perfect Care requires a more than knowledge, it requires LEAN know-how. This book will explain what you need to know to apply lean methods to a Healthcare Enterprise s processes and workplace. The specific information you will learn includes the following:
- Concepts/definitions you need to know
- Skills you need to develop
- Tools you need to use
- Steps you need to take

Easily learn these steps and tools, and it will help you and your team work together, systematically toward your lean Healthcare Enterprise goals.
The Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger for Healthcare is your source for LEAN know-how in tackling the complexities of healthcare service delivery. You are provided insights and practical guidance through the Healing University case study indispensable know-how for learning how to…

- Use Enterprise Mapping to discover and diagnose real pain points in your healthcare processes.
- Focus on Healing and Business Pathways as value streams that matter most.
- Leverage value creation and value destruction definitions to assess service value.
- Use foundational lean methods to define service demand, perfect service execution, and optimize supply resources.
- Apply new methods such as Service Blueprinting to assess and enhance the customer healthcare experience.
- Execute the right lean goals and methods in the right order to achieve Perfect Care.

Finally a book crafted specifically for the challenges of the Healthcare enterprise, applying true lean doctrine. The Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger for Healthcare is supplemented by The Lean Healthcare Implementer’s Field Book, providing insights useful to accelerating the Lean Transformation. Both books are guaranteed to become quickly worn and tattered from use.


The Lean 6 Sigma deployment memory jogger, 2nd Ed.

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Author Jaime Villafuerte
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2013]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Learn Lean Six Sigma Deployment at a foundational level with our simple illustrative approach to visual learning. Aligned with the Body of Knowledge from ASQ, SME, AME and Shingo Prize Lean Certification. A non-statistical reference for green & black belts. Learn about kaizen, types of kaizen, and how a kaizen event and simple kaizen complement each other to successfully deploy Lean Six Sigma. Identify the typical structure of a 5-day kaizen event based on PDCA.
Two of the most common questions that we often tried to answer were when do I apply this tool? and what is the next step? therefore this Memory Jogger was organized around the 5 lean principles and grouping the key LSS tools at each step without being prescriptive. Involve everyone, everyday, everywhere as we deploy lean six sigma.

A quick reference guide: To quickly identify key points while working on a project or kaizen.
A kaizen learning tool: To be used during kaizen events to reinforce the key points.
A problem solving workbook: The step-by-step process of how to use Practical Problem Solving.
Identification of waste and kaizen ideas: Provide the guidelines to see waste at your workplace and learn how to eliminate it.
Self-paced preparation guide: A learning guide for the SME, AME, Shingo Prize & ASQ Lean Bronze, Silver/Gold Certification


CIRCULATION BOOK


Supply chain management : a logistics perspective, 10th Ed.

Recommended by: Prof. Iris Ann Martinez (IE 151, 152, 231)

Authors John J. Coyle [and three others]
Place of Publication Boston, MA
Date of Publication [2017]
Publisher Cengage Learning

The tenth edition of SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: A LOGISTICS PERSPECTIVE refined its focus on the supply chain approach by blending logistics theory with practical applications and includes updated material on the latest technology, transportation regulations, pricing, and other issues. Students are introduced to real-world companies, people and events with applied examples of hands-on managerial experience. “Supply Chain Technology” boxes appear throughout the text assisting students relate technological developments to supply chain management concepts and logistics practices while taking in consideration global changes. Short Cases at the end of each chapter are updated and build on what students have learned in the chapter.

Apr 4

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 6-7: February 18 and 25, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 8: March 4, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 9: March 11, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 10: March 18, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.


 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 11: March 25, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 12: April 1, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.


 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 13: April 8, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Reader’s Digest

Place of Publication Shaukiwan, Hong Kong
Date of Publication Vol. 114, no. 669: November 2018
Publisher Reader’s Digest Association Far East

 

Reader’s Digest

Place of Publication Shaukiwan, Hong Kong
Date of Publication Vol. 114, no. 670: December 2018
Publisher Reader’s Digest Association Far East

 

 

 

Feb 6

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 17:  October 29, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 18: November 5, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 20: November 12, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 21: November 19, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 22-23: November 26 / December 3, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 24: December 10, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.


Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 25-26: December 17, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 27-28: December 24/31, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 1: January 14, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.


Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 2: January 21, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 3: January 28, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.193, no. 4-5: February 4/11, 2019
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Jan 28

RESERVE BOOKS


The black belt memory jogger : a pocket guide for Six Sigma DMAIC success, 2nd Ed.

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Author Sarah A. Carleton
Place of Publication Methuen, MA
Date of Publication [2016]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Learn Lean Six Sigma Deployment at a foundational level with our simple illustrative approach to visual learning. Aligned with the Body of Knowledge from ASQ, SME, AME and Shingo Prize Lean Certification. A non-statistical reference for green & black belts. Learn about kaizen, types of kaizen, and how a kaizen event and simple kaizen complement each other to successfully deploy Lean Six Sigma. Identify the typical structure of a 5-day kaizen event based on PDCA.
Two of the most common questions that we often tried to answer were when do I apply this tool? and what is the next step? therefore this Memory Jogger was organized around the 5 lean principles and grouping the key LSS tools at each step without being prescriptive. Involve everyone, everyday, everywhere as we deploy lean six sigma.

A quick reference guide: To quickly identify key points while working on a project or kaizen.
A kaizen learning tool: To be used during kaizen events to reinforce the key points.
A problem solving workbook: The step-by-step process of how to use Practical Problem Solving.
Identification of waste and kaizen ideas: Provide the guidelines to see waste at your workplace and learn how to eliminate it.
Self-paced preparation guide: A learning guide for the SME, AME, Shingo Prize & ASQ Lean Bronze, Silver/Gold Certification.


The design for Six Sigma memory jogger : tools and methods for robust processes and products

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Authors Dana Ginn, Evelyn Varner
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2004]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Based on the Define-Measure-Analyze-Design-Verify (DMADV) model, The Design for Six Sigma Memory Jogger guides you, step-by-step, through the process and clearly and concisely presents tools for: identifying the Voice of the Customer, prioritizing Critical to Quality Characteristics, and creating High-Level and Detailed Design Elements, assessing risks, testing designs and validating process capability. Using The Design for Six Sigma Memory Jogger as both a teaching tool and performance support aid, team members will hit the ground running, map their next steps, use tollgate reviews to report progress, and document their project through storyboards. Portable, concise easy to read and packed with wisdom, The Design for Six Sigma Memory Jogger allows team members to know how they fit in and enables them to make a maximum contribution to the project team.


The Lean Six Sigma tools memory jogger : the concise reference guide for LLS success.

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Author Theodore
Place of Publication Methuen, MA
Date of Publication [2016]
Publisher Goal/QPC

The content of The Lean Six Sigma Tools Memory Jogger is aligned with the ASQ Six Sigma Body of Knowledge, LSS 6001 Lean & Six Sigma Black Belt Training International Standard and the IASSC (International Association for Six Sigma Certification) for which GOAL/QPC is designated as an Accredited Curriculum Provider.
The GOAL/QPC Lean Six Sigma Tools Memory Jogger is a breakthrough title for GOAL/QPC as it brings together the necessary tools and methodologies from the worlds of Six Sigma and Lean into one concise, easy to use, essential reference book. With over 120 tools this Memory Jogger is a must have for all in the Lean Six Sigma world, from the student on the way to their first certification to the experienced practitioner working Lean Six Sigma projects every day.

Organized alphabetically from Affinity Diagrams to Workload Balance, so that you can quickly find the tool you are looking for, this new pocket guide (3.5 x 5.5 inches) describes each of the 120+ tools and techniques using over 150 illustrations and the renowned GOAL/QPC format: Why use it? What does it do? and How do I do it? There are numerous examples and tips throughout the book. Comprehensive yet concise, it is written so that every topic and every page goes quickly to the critical point of interest.

With this Memory Jogger in your hands you have access to the complete set of Lean Six Sigma Tools, explained in a clear and helpful way to make you and your teams even more successful.


The lean enterprise memory jogger for service : where supply meets demand… exactly!

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Author Richard L. Macinnes
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2009]
Publisher Goal/QPC

This brand new version of our original Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger applies lean concepts to both services and transactional organizations.
Answer this, would your customers, without question recommend your service to friends or associates? The Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger for Service holds the key to helping you achieve superior service levels, efficiently and effectively; while retaining desirable customers and attracting new ones. Industry has learned that traditional lean manufacturing approaches when applied to the service environment can have disastrous results. Service is not manufacturing! But service delivery does require associated resources of people, technology, methods, facilities, equipment, and so on, to be designed to meet the seemingly unpredictable demands of customers.


Interpreting

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Authors Richard L. MacInnes, Mark L. Dean
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2012]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Achieving Perfect Care requires a more than knowledge, it requires LEAN know-how. This book will explain what you need to know to apply lean methods to a Healthcare Enterprise s processes and workplace. The specific information you will learn includes the following:
- Concepts/definitions you need to know
- Skills you need to develop
- Tools you need to use
- Steps you need to take

Easily learn these steps and tools, and it will help you and your team work together, systematically toward your lean Healthcare Enterprise goals.
The Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger for Healthcare is your source for LEAN know-how in tackling the complexities of healthcare service delivery. You are provided insights and practical guidance through the Healing University case study indispensable know-how for learning how to…

- Use Enterprise Mapping to discover and diagnose real pain points in your healthcare processes.
- Focus on Healing and Business Pathways as value streams that matter most.
- Leverage value creation and value destruction definitions to assess service value.
- Use foundational lean methods to define service demand, perfect service execution, and optimize supply resources.
- Apply new methods such as Service Blueprinting to assess and enhance the customer healthcare experience.
- Execute the right lean goals and methods in the right order to achieve Perfect Care.

Finally a book crafted specifically for the challenges of the Healthcare enterprise, applying true lean doctrine. The Lean Enterprise Memory Jogger for Healthcare is supplemented by The Lean Healthcare Implementer’s Field Book, providing insights useful to accelerating the Lean Transformation. Both books are guaranteed to become quickly worn and tattered from use.


The Lean 6 Sigma deployment memory jogger, 2nd Ed.

Recommended by: Prof. Erickson Llaguno (IE 22, 150, 221, 222)

Author Jaime Villafuerte
Place of Publication Salem, NH
Date of Publication [2013]
Publisher Goal/QPC

Learn Lean Six Sigma Deployment at a foundational level with our simple illustrative approach to visual learning. Aligned with the Body of Knowledge from ASQ, SME, AME and Shingo Prize Lean Certification. A non-statistical reference for green & black belts. Learn about kaizen, types of kaizen, and how a kaizen event and simple kaizen complement each other to successfully deploy Lean Six Sigma. Identify the typical structure of a 5-day kaizen event based on PDCA.
Two of the most common questions that we often tried to answer were when do I apply this tool? and what is the next step? therefore this Memory Jogger was organized around the 5 lean principles and grouping the key LSS tools at each step without being prescriptive. Involve everyone, everyday, everywhere as we deploy lean six sigma.

A quick reference guide: To quickly identify key points while working on a project or kaizen.
A kaizen learning tool: To be used during kaizen events to reinforce the key points.
A problem solving workbook: The step-by-step process of how to use Practical Problem Solving.
Identification of waste and kaizen ideas: Provide the guidelines to see waste at your workplace and learn how to eliminate it.
Self-paced preparation guide: A learning guide for the SME, AME, Shingo Prize & ASQ Lean Bronze, Silver/Gold Certification

Oct 17

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 9-10:  September 3/10, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 11: September 17, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 12: September 25, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 13: October 1, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 14: October 8, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 15: October 15, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

Time

Place of Publication New York
Date of Publication Vol.192, no. 16: October 22, 2018
Publisher Time Inc.

 

National Geographic

Place of Publication Washington, D.C.
Date of Publication Vol. 234, no. 4: October 2018
Publisher National Geographic Society

 

Reader’s Digest

Place of Publication Shaukiwan, Hong Kong
Date of Publication Vol. 112, no. 667: September 2018
Publisher Reader’s Digest Association Far East

 

 

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