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The Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook

The Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook

Author(s):
  • T. M. Kubiak
  • Donald W. Benbow
  • Author: T. M. Kubiak
    • ISBN:9789352865581
    • 10 Digit ISBN:9352865588
    • Price:Rs. 839.00
    • Pages:948
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    The best Six Sigma black belt handbook has been fully revised, updated, and expanded!

    This third edition has been updated to reflect the most recent ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt Body of Knowledge (BOK), released in 2015. Among the many additions are: more exercises, particularly to address the more difficult concepts new tables and figures to clarify concepts new content between the DMAIC parts of the book (that is, Parts IV-VII) to help smooth the transition between phases and to better relate the underlying concepts of the DMAIC methodology and more content that ensures that the black belt is fully trained in concepts taught to the green belt.

    The primary audience for this work is the individual who plans to prepare to sit for the Six Sigma black belt certification examination. A secondary audience for the handbook is the quality and Six Sigma professional who would like a relevant Six Sigma reference book.



     

    Table of Content

    Part I: Organization-Wide Planning and Deployment
    Chapter 1: Organization-Wide Considerations
    Chapter 2: Leadership
    Part II: Organizational Process Management and Measures
    Chapter 3: Impact on Stakeholders .
    Chapter 4: Benchmarking .
    Chapter 5: Business Measures .
    Part III: Team Management
    Chapter 6: Team Formation
    Chapter 7: Team Facilitation .
    Chapter 8: Team Dynamics .
    Chapter 9: Team Training .
    Part IV: Define
    Chapter 10: Voice of the Customer
    Chapter 11: Business Case and Project Charter
    Chapter 12: Project Management (PM) Tools .
    Chapter 13: Analytical Tools
    Part V: Measure
    Chapter 15: Data Collection
    Chapter 16: Measurement Systems .
    Chapter 17: Basic Statistics
    Chapter 18: Probability
    Chapter 19: Process Capability
    Part VI: Analyze
    Chapter 20: Measuring and Modeling Relationships between Variables
    Chapter 21: Hypothesis Testing .
    Chapter 22: Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) .
    Chapter 23: Additional Analysis Methods
    Part VII: Improve
    Chapter 24: Design of Experiments (DOE) .
    Chapter 25: Lean Methods
    Chapter 26: Implementation .
    Part VIII: Control
    Chapter 27: Statistical Process Control
    Chapter 28: Other Controls .
    Chapter 29: Maintain Controls
    Chapter 30: Sustain Improvements .
    Part IX: Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Framework and Methodologies
    Chapter 31: Common DFSS Methodologies
    Chapter 32: Design for X (DFX) .
    Chapter 33: Robust Designs .
    Chapter 34: Retained Knowledge
    Part X: Appendices
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    Salient Features

    The accompanying CD contains 180 supplementary problems covering each chapter and a 150-question simulated exam that has problems distributed among chapters per the scheme published in the BOK. New to this edition, the problems are now fully worked so that readers can more readily follow the problem-solving process.