Green Belt

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    Ernie Rio

    Hi Everyone,

    I am thinking of doing Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification at my own pace. Are there any good books to recommend?

    Also, how would you compare the certification between ASQ and IASSC?





    I have no experience with IASSC. But, I can say that ASQ is probably the most well regarded certification at least in the States. Their reputation with certifications for other quality disciplines (certified quality engineer, certified reliability engineer etc…) is very well respected so, that has carried over into their Lean Six Sigma certifications.

    They also (or at least used to) require some project work to be done before sitting for the exam. I think that is important, to at least show some application of the methods.

    The Quality Council of Indiana provides great training and certification exam prep materials.


    Amit Kumar Ojha

    ASQ is widely recognized. Also regarding the reference material, you may need to refer more than one book.

    Try to find out topic wise books.
    For Advanced Statistic you may use Levin & Rubin – Statistics for Management
    In general The certified Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook by Kubaik is good reference material. pls note that it has few printing and calculation mistakes but the coverage is pretty good.


    Norbert Feher

    Hello, My two fawourite books on six sigma are: – The Six Sigma Handbook, Fourth Edition Hardcover – April 22, 2014 by Thomas Pyzdek – The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook: A Quick Reference Guide to 100 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed For Green Belt level the 2nd one is just enough but Mr. Pyzdek is the great guru for me. With best regards, Norbert


    Chris Seider

    This is good to consider.

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