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    Rahul Saxena
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    What is the Best Six Sigma Book?

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    Mikel
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    Implementing Six Sigma

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    Joe BB
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    I agree. Breyfogle’s book sure is the best

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    Adam
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    Just read Dilbert.

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    Mikel
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    Actually Breyfogle’s book is only good because all of the topics of SS are included. You need 4 or 5 books otherwise.
    His S4 method is crap.

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    Brandon
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    I’m holding out until they make the movie.

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    BTDT
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    Brandon:One movie’s been done. http://www.movierevie.ws/movies/1686412/Six-Sigma.htmlThere was a different screenplay posted on the web a few years ago, but has disappeared. I wonder why?… and the (in)famous DVD set was on eBay about a month back, $19.95.Cheers, Alastair

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    Roberto
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    Beyfogle’s book is a cheap imitation of Juran’s “Quality Control Handbook”. Breyfogle’s book is mistitled “Implementing Six Sigma” because it has nothing to do with implementing Six Sigma beyond the ridiculous S4 dribble. If this person wants a book on tools they should buy the time tested Juran book. It has served Continuous Improvement professionals well for decades and is the work of a globally recognized authority.
    The Bombardier deployment was done by Breyfogle and should verify that he has no idea concerning implementation given you want stellar results. Who would ask a statistician about implementing change. That would be a ridiculous thought.
    Roberto

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    Adam L Bowden
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    Here is an alternative perspective – Go and get a book like “getting to
    yes” before getting any Six SIgma Books. Typically success is driven 80% by soft skills and 20% hard tools – so
    you work out where the maximum leverage point is in a deployment.Adam

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    Roberto
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    Mr. Bowden,
    That is very sound advice. It is nice to see someone who understands that there is more to Six Sigma than statistics.
    Roberto

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