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Six Sigma certification validates your level of training and proves that you have the required level of knowledge to pass the exam. Six Sigma uses martial arts terms to describe the two main levels of certification: There are dozens of books that can help you understand Six Sigma, learn the techniques in-depth and prepare you for the certification exam. The books listed here will complement your Six Sigma training and serve as reference guides. Which book to choose depends on your specific needs, your current level of knowledge and the course material you possess from your training classes. It included terms, processes, acronyms, and reference material. This book provides an overview of Six Sigma, and it can be used as a reference guide to answer questions that may arise during your studies for the test.
There are dozens of books that can help you understand Six Sigma, learn the techniques in-depth and prepare you for the certification exam.
The books listed here will complement your Six Sigma training and serve as reference guides. Which book to choose depends on your specific needs, your current level of knowledge and the course material you possess from your training classes.
It included terms, processes, acronyms, and reference material. This book provides an overview of Six Sigma, and it can be used as a reference guide to answer questions that may arise during your studies for the test. However, it is intended to be a handbook and is not a training manual for the exam. All of the basic Six Sigma formula and tables including the DMAIC improvement cycle are explained and illustrated with real-world examples. The book contains basic Green Belt training and a matrix for finding the right statistical tool to use in a Six Sigma environment.
Statistics are an important part of Six Sigma, and an understanding of statistics and the ability to use them correctly are needed in order to pass the exam. Practitioners will be expected to collect data from all areas of a business and apply statistics to create various matrices, graphs, and charts. This book details the most common Six Sigma tools together with the basic Six Sigma formulas and tables. It offers simplified, actionable ways to look at processes and data.
In this book, Keller explains all the main aspects, techniques, and methods of Six Sigma in clear, concise terms.
His book aims to help you to develop your skills in Six Sigma by providing advice on how to build the Six Sigma infrastructure and use the DMAIC methodology in your projects. Though the book does not claim to be a training manual for the Green Belt certification, it comes with quizzes and even a final exam at the end, thus greatly aiding the candidate in their preparation for the examination.
With 16 chapters and over pages, this guide will be an invaluable resource for everyone who plans to become involved in Six Sigma. This book is not a training manual for the exam, but is recommended to gain an understanding of what Six Sigma Process Improvement actually means, and how it's done.
It uses an extensive set of examples from the healthcare industry. Familiarity with this methodology is important for anyone planning to work with Six Sigma.
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Those studying or working in the area need to understand not only the mechanics of conducting Six Sigma projects, or even implementing the wider initiative. They must also grasp the underpinning principles and logic. This book looks at both the academic and practical aspects of Six Sigma to give a deeper and more subtle understanding of how and why it works, and the limitations of the approach.
Six Sigma is one of the most important and popular developments in the quality field.
It has saved huge amounts of money and improved the customer experience for a large number of organizations across the world, yet it is applied in an inconsistent and often reductive fashion in many companies.
This has led to criticism in the literature and a number of abandoned implementations. This study guide is designed to provide an overview of the key elements, important historical context and current debates in the field of Six Sigma. It aims to give a coherent view of the underlying principles, and how these relate to practical application in a range of organizations as well as to other areas of study.
The broad Quality Management context, within which Six Sigma fits, will not be explored in this book in detail. More information on this can be found in the companion guide: The guide flows from principles and background to more detailed consideration of Six Sigma as both a business level initiative and project-based improvement methodology.