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    Hassan
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    Hi,

    I’ve been looking online for reference book for the Lean Six Sigma green belt. I didn’t find handbooks with good reviews.

    Please can you provide any recommandations based on your study experience?

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    Strayer
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    Books from the Quality Council of Indiana and American Society for Quality are well regarded.

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    Norbert Feher
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    This one is really good for Green Belt level:

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    #199649

    Susan McDermott
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    I prefer the Toolbook referenced by Mr. Feher. I know a lot of people who like The Black Belt Memory Jogger (there are a few other books in the series as well) offered by Goal/QPC.

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    #199652

    Andrew Parr
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    We issued the Toolbook to all our Green Belt candidates and the Memory Jogger Series is also very good but I think there is value in combining these with some of the more experience based books such as Michael L George’s Lean Six Sigma for Service or The Toyota Way.

    Maybe it’s just that I like a good story!

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    #200278

    Daniel Benson
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    Best book for GBs, BBs and MBBs by a mile
    https://www.amazon.com/Lean-Six-Sigma-Minitab-4th/dp/095468138X

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    #200280

    Chris Seider
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    Memory Jogger is usually sufficient for basic tool usage questions.

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    #200288

    Russell Scott
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    I also use the Lean Six Sigma Pocket Tool Book by Michael George, John Maxey,…for all my GB classes. It is simply written and covers the entire tool set.

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