The McGraw Hill 36 Hour Six Sigma Course

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 22, 2004 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Learn the essentials of Six Sigma in just 36 hours

The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Six Sigma Course provides you with the knowledge you need to understand, implement, and manage a Six Sigma program. This detailed yet accessible guide explores 10 essential Six Sigma tools for manufacturing along with other core components of a Six Sigma program.

 

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Great overview of 6 Sigma!

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This is a great overview of 6 sigma. You won't find intricate details of DOE's and Regression Analysis in the book...but you will find a great informative overview of the tools used by a 6 sigma practitioner. Read full review

Contents

1 Introduction to Six Sigma
1
2 How to Get Started with Six Sigma
15
3 Some Statistics
43
4 Business Metrics for Six Sigma
67
5 Searching for Projects and Developing a Portfolio
91
6 From Portfolio to Projects and Plans
109
7 Define Phase
127
8 Measure Phase
161
10 Improve Phase
233
11 Control Phase
261
12 Sustaining Six Sigma and Spreading the Success
295
13 Design for Six Sigma
319
14 Growing Beyond Six Sigma
349
Final Exam
371
Answer Keys for Review Questions
387
Index
415

9 Analyze Phase
199

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About the author (2004)

Greg Brue is copresident and CEO of Six Sigma Consultants, International. The author of Six Sigma for Managers and Design for Six Sigma, Brue is globally recognized as one of the pioneers of the Six Sigma movement.

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