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Title

The Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt Handbook
Author

T. M. Kubiak
Book information

Publisher: ASQ Quality Press (Milwaukee, WI)
Copyright year: 2012
ISBN: 9780873898058
Medium: Hardcover
Includes: CD-ROM
Pages: 645
Out of print?: N
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Contents

Strategic Plan Deployment | Strategic Plan Alignment | Deployment of Six Sigma Systems | Six Sigma Methodologies | Opportunities for Improvement | Risk Analysis of Projects and the Pipeline | Organizational Design | Organizational Commitment | Organizational Finance and Business Performance Metrics | Data Gathering | Internal Organizational Challenges | Executive and Team Leadership Roles | Project Execution | Project Oversight and Management | Project Management Infrastructure | Project Financial Tools | Training Needs Analysis | Training Plans | Training Materials and Curriculum Development | Training Effectiveness Evaluation | Mentoring Champions, Change Agents, and Executives | Mentoring Black Belts and Green Belts | Mentoring Non-belt Employees | Measurement Systems Analysis | Measuring and Modeling Relationships Between Variables | Deign of Experiments | Automated Process Control and Statistical Process Control |
Description

This book has been created to reflect the most current thinking among key Six Sigma leaders regarding what should be contained in the ASQ Master Black Belt Body of Knowledge (BoK). For quick reference and ease of use, chapter and section numbering exactly mirrors that of the BoK. The primary audience for this work is the individual who plans to prepare to sit for the Six Sigma Master Black Belt certification examination. Therefore, this book assumes the individual has the necessary educational background and experience in quality and Lean Six Sigma. Concepts are dealt with briefly, but supplemented with practical examples. Theoretical discussion has been avoided unless such a discussion was necessary to communicate a concept. A secondary audience for the handbook is the quality and Six Sigma professional who would like a relevant Lean Six Sigma reference book. With this audience in mind, some material has been expanded beyond what the Body of Knowledge requires. The CD accompanying the print book and at the end of the e-book versions includes a practice problem set covering each part of the book and a simulated examination that has problems distributed among parts according to the scheme published in the Body of Knowledge.

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