The McGraw Hill 36 Hour Six Sigma CourseLearn 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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Contents
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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 |
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