Summary of What Is Six Sigma?
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At long last! A simple answer to the question, What is Six Sigma.
At last! A short, easy-to-read and effortlessly understandable explanation of Six Sigma. In keeping with the brevity and conciseness of this book, we’ll keep this review short: If you want to know what Six Sigma is, what it can accomplish, why it matters to you and how to implement a program of your own, getAbstract strongly recommends that you start with this book.
In this summary, you will learn
- The definition of Six Sigma, as well as its goals, dangers and possible benefits;
- The tools and techniques encompassed within the Six Sigma philosophy, and
- How to implement a Six Sigma program in your own company.
About the Authors
Peter S. Pande is president of Pivotal Resources, Inc., a leading organizational improvement consulting and training firm. He has helped to guide Six Sigma initiatives at major corporations and is the co-author of the bestselling, The Six Sigma Way, plus, The Six Sigma Way Team Fieldbook. Larry Holpp is a consultant with Pivotal Resources and an author of books on teams and quality.
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