Six Sigma for Students: A Problem-Solving Methodology
My new textbook, Six Sigma for Students: A Problem-Solving Methodology, covers the fundamental mechanisms of the Six Sigma philosophy, while showing how this approach is used in solving problems that affect the variability and quality of processes and outcomes in business settings. Further, it teaches readers how to integrate a statistical perspective into problem solving and decision-making processes. Part I provides foundational background and introduces the Six Sigma methodology while Part II focuses on the details of DMAIC process and tools used in each phase of DMAIC. The student-centered approach based on learning objectives, solved examples, practice and discussion questions is ideal for those studying Six Sigma.
Fatma Pakdil, MBA, Ph.D.
Professor of Management
Dept. of Management and Marketing
Eastern Connecticut State University
Webb Hall 453 Willimantic, CT, 06226
Book: Six Sigma for Students: A Problem Solving Methodology
Book: Performance Leadership (TM)