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Lean Six Sigma the StatStuff Way: A Practical Reference Guide for Lean Six Sigma
StatStuff is an online resource for Lean Six Sigma that is frequently used and endorsed worldwide by many leaders in Fortune 500 companies including Apple, Sprint, PepsiCo, eBay, Bank of America, Staples, Honeywell, DuPont, SunTrust Banks, BP, Wells Fargo, etc. Some of their comments include:"StatStuff provides a wealth of information that is extremely...
StatStuff is an online resource for Lean Six Sigma that is frequently used and endorsed worldwide by many leaders in Fortune 500 companies including Apple, Sprint, PepsiCo, eBay, Bank of America, Staples, Honeywell, DuPont, SunTrust Banks, BP, Wells Fargo, etc. Some of their comments include:"StatStuff provides a wealth of information that is extremely helpful...""Excellent content that's easy to understand with practical applications to make each concept real and relevant...""StatStuff is a commendable initiative and after watching your videos I feel mastered in Lean and Six Sigma concepts...The quality of information and the way each video is organized and concepts illustrated are the best I have ever seen for a training video." What is Lean Six Sigma? If you ask 10 different experts, you're likely to get 12 different answers. But Lean Six Sigma doesn't have to be so difficult to explain or understand. It is simply a way of using data to solve problems and make businesses more profitable. StatStuff.com is a resource that attempts to demystify the complex tools and concepts of Lean Six Sigma with practical ways to apply them to any business. Specifically, StatStuff has over 100 online videos that teach these tools and concepts and makes them freely available to the public. This softbound book is a practical reference guide that compiles all of the written and illustrated content from the StatStuff training videos. Its 370 pages are filled with the same full-color illustrations used in the videos and can be a perfect resource to complement what you're learning from the videos. Have you already taken advantage of the free 100+ videos from StatStuff? If so, then you already know it can be difficult to take notes or remember the many details covering the Lean Six Sigma tools and concepts. Rather than re-watching each video to review the tools again, you can make more effective and efficient use of your time by getting Matt's book "Lean Six Sigma the StatStuff Way".
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