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    Ward
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    Looking for good reference books for Six sigma implementation.

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    #110195

    Bob J
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    Hi Pete,
    If I were to have one “nuts and bolts” DMAIC reference it would be Implementing Six Sigma by Breyfogle. 
    If I were primarily working in a transactional environment it would be Lean Six Sigma for Service by the George Group.
    If I were to have one good DFSS reference it would be Design for Six Sigma by Kai Yang et al
    If I were to have one good pocket BB reference book it would be the Black Belt Memory Jogger by Goal QPC.
    If I were to have one good statistics reference it would be Statistics for Experimenters by George Box et al.
    Hope this helps…
    Best Regards,
    Bob J

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    #110196

    Dog Sxxt
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    If I were to have one good statistics reference it would be Statistics for Experimenters by George Box et al.
    I always feel asleep whenever I open Box & Hunter DOE book.
    A DOE book from Air Acedemy is more readable for engineers and practioners. Besides, Montgomery DOE book is also quite ok and less academic than Hunter & Box.

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    Bob J
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    Dog Sxxt,
    Actually I find it wonderfully insightful as well as down and dirty practical…  You bring up a good point on your references for DOE.
    A couple of “soft skills” reference books to also consider…
    I like Leading Change by Kotter for a good overall perspective on change management and thoughts on building the right culture and The Wisdom of Teams by Katzenbach et al for team dynamics…
    Best Regards,
    Bob J

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