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Title: An Integrative Model for Lean Six Sigma Implementation in Logistics Services Environments
Authors: De Leeuw, Sander
Gutiérrez Gutiérrez, Leopoldo
Dubbers, Ruud
Issue Date: Sep-2013
Abstract: Lean Six Sigma (LSS) constitutes a successful initiative for organizational improvement. Despite this success, literature does not include an integrative model for its organizational and practical implementation in logistics services environments. This paper fills this gap and proposes such an overall framework. At the present, logistics services play a fundamental role in supply chain management and organizational competiveness context. For these purposes, the paper carries out a literature review of peer reviewed journals related to LSS implementation and the logistics services context, which culminates in a proposed integrative model. Furthermore, associated with this model, a set of theoretical propositions are included. Finally, the paper discusses implications and lines for further research.
Publisher: Review of Business and Economic Literature
Keywords: Lean Six Sigma
Implementation framework
Supply Chain
Critical Success Factors
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/43990
ISSN: 2034-7677
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: S De Leeuw, L Gutierrez-Gutierrez, R Dubbers (2013): “An Integrative Model for Lean Six Sigma Implementation in Logistics Services Environments” Review of Economics and Business Literature, Vol.58, n.3, pp. 211-230
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