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    I want to know the books for a beginner of six sigma



    Here are a few of the books that I suggest my trainee BBs use/read before they attend their training class.

    Rath & Strong’s Six Sigma Pocket Guide (c) 2002 0970507909
    Rath & Strong’s Six Sigma Team Pocket Guide by Mary Federico and Renee Beaty McGraw-Hill (c) 2003 0071417567
    Rath & Strong’s Six Sigma Advanced Tools Pocket Guide by Augustine A. Stagliano McGraw-Hill (c) 2004 0071434119
    The Six Sigma Way Team Fieldbook: An Implementation Guide for Process Improvement Teams by Peter S. Pande, Robert P. Neuman and Roland R. Cavanagh McGraw-Hill (c) 2002 0071373144
    The Cartoon Guide to Statistics by Larry Gonick & Woollcott Smith (c) 1993 0062731025



    A couple out there:
    “Six Sigma for Dummies”  yes they made a dummies book for six sigma.  “Six Sigma for everyone” kinda goes through how some folks (GE) put it into work for them.  I’ll post more when I get a chance to dig them out of the dungeon (my office :)  hope this helps, the Dummies book if I recall was the basics of the basics, really just kind of how to get started on simple stuff if I recall. 

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