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Lean Six SIGMA Demystified
by Jay Arthur
This self-teaching guide is the fast and easy way to learn Lean Six Sigma - the revolutionary process and quality improvement methodology. You'll learn to analyse projects quickly, identify and elimate waste, cut costs and grow revenue, and increase quality and efficiency.
Paperback, 340 pages
Published January 22nd 2007 by McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
(first published December 21st 2006)
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This book lived to the promise of demystifiing LSS. I was able to easily follow about 75% of the contents and I plan to apply this knowledge and hopefully get the benefits of reduced delay, defects and variation. Actually it looks very obvious once someone walks you through it. I haven't yet downloaded the free-trial QI macros, but they seem a good benefit of purchasing the book.
Does get a little in depth sometimes, and I was really looking for an overview, but overall a good book on Lean and Six Sigma practices. Especially good if you're going to be implementing what you learn immediately or in the very near future.