Strategies to turn your financial organisation into a lean, mean, results-generating machine Applying Six Sigma to mission-critical financial operations is the latest focus of process improvement. Six Sigma for Financial Services delivers the framework and tools needed to conduct operations at the highest level of performance and precision. Drawing upon their vast experience, Six Sigma experts Rowland Hayler and Michael Nichols deliver a step-by-step approach for improving process maturity and effectiveness-and realising millions of dollars of value for your customers and shareholders. Key features This comprehensive guide features assessments, checklists, and proven advice for integrating process improvement methods into financial operations Hayler and Nichols have applied the methods in this book at large companies, including American Express Includes case studies from global finance leaders, including ABN, Bank of America, HSBC, Deutsche Bank, ISISI Bank in India, and Merrill Lynch
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Author Biography - Rowland Hayler
Rowland Hayler is the Vice President of International Operations for Pivotal Resources, a global business improvement consulting firm. Prior to joining Pivotal, he served in a variety of business improvement leadership roles over 15 years at American Express. He has consulted with many leading financial organizations, including Halifax Bank of Scotland, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, Marks & Spencer Money, Swisscard, and UBS. Michael D. Nichols is Principal Consultant/Senior Master Black Belt for Nichols Quality Associates, a consortium of Lean Six Sigma professionals. He was previously the Director-Six Sigma Design/Senior Master Black Belt at American Express, where he codeveloped the Six Sigma Design and Six Sigma Process Management programs. Nichols will also be president of the American Society for Quality in the 2007-2008 year.