I was compelled to stop and write a quick review even though I am only 6 pages into the book. I may amend this later, but I just have to say, I have been studying Six Sigma for 4 months preparing for my green belt test, and I'm really struggling to understand the statistics concepts. This is very sad, because I actually did great in my college statistics class.
Back to the book; I am 6 pages into this book and I FINALLY get an explanation of Process Sigma Level that makes perfect sense. For me, it is really hard to understand how to do something if I don't know the "why" behind it. I finally got that today.
I actually have hope I might pass this test now. Thank you, Warren Brussee.
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Statistics for Six Sigma Made Easy! Revised and Expanded Second Edition Paperback – 16 September 2012
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Warren Brussee is a Six Sigma Green Belt with decades of experience implementing and training Six Sigma. Brussee spent 33 years at GE, ground zero for Six Sigma, and currently consults and teaches on the topic. He is the author of Statistics for Six Sigma Made Easy.
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Finally! An explanation I can understand!6 February 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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Really great Six Sigma application book5 March 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
As a Lean Practitioner I find the Six Sigma sometimes quite overwhelming and extensive. But here you have a book, that talks from the horses mouth, from a guy who has been in the trenches and used Six Sigma as it is is supposed to. You don't need fancy statistical programs - just you common sense and an Excel spreadsheet. I will definitely begin using Six Sigma tools more in my projects without bothering everybody else to understand the tools. I defintely recommend this book - you'll find it applicable right away I think.
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Good for business process six sigma22 April 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I gave it four stars because we used this as the required text for our last batch of business process green belts. The technical level was just about right for that group. I would not recomend it for black belts who will be doing more technical manufactucturing / quality/ product performance / design projects. I would rate it one or two stars for that. You could use for more technical black belts but I think you would want to follow up with a text that goes deeper into more complex statistical and logical tools.
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