Implementing Six Sigma, Second Edition: Smarter Solutions Using Statistical Methods (Anglais) Relié – 24 mars 2003
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– Janice E. Shade
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Rather than offering just a brief overview, Implementing Six Sigma devotes individual chapters to all of the tools, so as to provide an in-depth analysis of each. A large selection of diagrams and clarifying exercises demonstrate how to best utilize the tools to successfully minimize defects throughout the production process. To provide a deeper understanding, the book discusses the theories of Edward Deming and the history of the Six Sigma program. Steeped in real world application, it presents numerous examples, as well as copies of actual implementation guides used by Motorola.
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I couldn’t even sell it back, ‘cause no “buy book back” supplier would want it back, not even Amazon, where I bought it from)! So I ended up just giving away to a classmate who is about to take this course!
Fortunately, "Implementing Six Sigma" serves as a handy reference work to help guide us through the tangled thickets of Six Sigma. Aside from providing numerous examples of how and when to use each of the tools in the Six Sigma toolkit, the work also frankly discusses why the methodology succeeds or fails (a lot of which has to do with the way it is implemented), and gives a good general overview of the principles behind the methodology.
The one negative about the work is the lack of a comprehensive summary. There is a smorgasbord of tools to use; when on earth is someone going to produce a handy 2-page guide to what to use when? The book is also sadly a bit light on Design for Six Sigma principles; let's face it---quality gurus tend to focus exclusively on product improvement and not on business process improvement, yet the driving force behind hidden factory costs is the inefficiency of business processes themselves. This is a glaring omission in any work which calls itself comprehensive in scope.
Still, this is a reference work which belongs on the shelf of anyone interested in Six Sigma or in the improvement of manufacturing processes. Despite the hefty price tag, it truly is the best single-volume reference to Six Sigma available.
The only criticism I have is that some of the explanations on relatively simple concepts (Cause & Effect diagrams, FMEA, etc.) are a little more verbose than they need to be.