Implementing Six Sigma: Smarter Solutions Using Statistical Methods (Google eBook)

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User Review  Fika Aras  Goodreadsi read this book for my thesis. my best lecturer's book... thanks sir :)) Read full review
Review: Implementing Six Sigma: Smarter Solutions Using Statistical Methods
User Review  Goodreadsi read this book for my thesis. my best lecturer's book... thanks sir :)) Read full review
Contents
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PART II S4IEE MEASURE PHASE FROM DMAIC  65 
PART III S4IEE ANALYZE PHASE FROM DMAIC OR PASSIVE ANALYSIS PHASE  383 
PART IV S4IEE IMPROVE PHASE FROM DMAIC OR PROACTIVE TESTING PHASE  547 
PART V S4IEE CONTROL PHASE FROM DMAIC AND APPLICATION EXAMPLES  667 
PART VI S4IEE LEAN AND THEORY OF CONSTRAINTS  855 
PART VII DFSS AND 21STEP INTEGRATION OF THE TOOLS  893 
PART VIII MANAGEMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND TEAM EXECUTION  933 
Appendix B Equations for the Distributions  1014 
Appendix C Mathematical Relationships  1019 
Appendix D DOE Supplement  1028 
Appendix E Reference Tables  1040 
List of Symbols  1092 
Glossary  1098 
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analysis of variance Appendix Section A.1 approach assess belt and team Black belt calculated causeandeffect diagram causeandeffect matrix chapter confidence interval consider contrast column control chart control limits create criterion cycle described determine DFSS effects equation estimate evaluation Execution Roadmap Step experiment experimental factor levels factorial experiment failure rate FMEA fractional factorial function gage R&R identified implementation indicates invoice KPIVs KPOV machine manufacturing process mean measurement system needs normal distribution null hypothesis operator organization overall parameters Pareto chart population problem procedure process capability/performance metrics process improvement Project Execution Roadmap regression response S4/IEE application examples S4/IEE DMAIC Application S4/IEE project Shewhart situation Six Sigma special cause specialcause specification limits standard deviation statistically significant subgroup supplier Table techniques temperature test strategy tolerance tracked trials twofactor interaction twolevel variation Weibull Weibull distribution XmR chart yield