A Guide to Six Sigma and Process Improvement for Practitioners and Students

A Guide to Six Sigma and Process Improvement for Practitioners and Students

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Master modern Six Sigma implementation with the most complete, up-to-date guide for Green Belts, Black Belts, Champions and students! Now fully updated with the latest lean and process control applications, A Guide to Lean Six Sigma and Process Improvement for Practitioners and Students, Second Edition gives you a complete executive framework for understanding quality and implementing Lean Six Sigma. Whether you're a green belt, black belt, champion, or student, Howard Gitlow and Richard Melnyck cover all you need to know. Step by step, they systematically walk you through the five-step DMAIC implementation process, with detailed examples and many real-world case studies. You'll find practical coverage of Six Sigma statistics and management techniques, from dashboards and control charts to hypothesis testing and experiment design. Drawing on their extensive experience consulting on Six Sigma and leading major Lean and quality initiatives, Gitlow and Melnyck offer up-to-date coverage of: What Six Sigma can do, and how to manage it effectively Six Sigma roles, responsibilities, and terminology Running Six Sigma programs with Dashboards and Control Charts Mastering each DMAIC phase: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control Understanding foundational Six Sigma statistics: probability, probability distributions, sampling distributions, and interval estimation Pursuing Six Sigma Champion or Green Belt Certification, and more This guide will be an invaluable resource for everyone who is currently involved in Six Sigma implementation, or plans to be. It's ideal for students in quality programs; qGreen Beltsq who project manage Six Sigma implementations, qBlack Beltsq who lead Six Sigma teams; qChampionsq who promote and coordinate Six Sigma at the executive level; and anyone seeking Six Sigma certification.They are jishu hozen (autonomous maintenance); kaizen; planned maintenance; quality maintenance; training; office TPM; and safety, health, and ... An example on preventative maintenance that is near and dear to all of us is our bodies.

Title:A Guide to Six Sigma and Process Improvement for Practitioners and Students
Author:Howard S. Gitlow, Richard J. Melnyck, David M. Levine
Publisher:FT Press - 2015-04-08


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