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    Sinnicks
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    Hello,
     
    I’m just wondering if anyone has read any one of the following books:
    The Ultimate Six Sigma – Bhote
    Customer Centered Six Sigma – Raumann
    Managing Six Sigma – Breyfogle
    Six Sigma for the Office – Munro
    Just looking for opinions before I make the BIG purchase….
    Thanks,
    Mark

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    #82990

    VG
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    I haven’t read any og those books.
    But I REALLY recommend you any George Eckes’s books!
    He’s The Six Sigma Master!
     

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    #82995

    Tierradentro
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    Mark,
    All are pretty dry reads. Read Bhote’s book if you want a good resource on Shainin tools – they are pretty hard to find documented unless you are willing to be a Shainin zombie and go through their hype to get access to the tools. Don’t buy the hype in Bhote’s book, read it for the tools.
    The rest don’t give any great insights.
    Try the New Six Sigma by Matt Barney. Gives the big picture of where DMAIC really fits into an overall stratey.
    For advice on change try Harvard Business Review, you will get a broader perspective than the silver bullet salesmen writing about Six Sigma. In the end the systems are more important than the hype.

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    #83008

    Stephens
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    Mark
     
    I have read Breyfogles “Implementing Six Sigma”. I think it is an excellent book covering a lot of the everyday tools used by Black Belts. Sorry I don’t have time to review in detail.
     
    Craig

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    #83050

    gt
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    Pyzdek’s Six Sigma Handbook is the best one on the Market – in my humble opinion….

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    #83093

    Chen
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    Easy reading I found was “The Six Sigma way, and it brother the Six Sigma Way team Fieldbook. Prety good for the softer side of things.

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