Title: Implementing Six Sigma: Smarter Solutions Using Statistical Methods, 2nd Edition Author: Forrest W. Breyfogle ISBN: 0471265721 / 9780471265726 Format: Hard Cover Pages: 1229 Publisher: Wiley Year: 2003 Availability: 45-60 days

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Contents

This new and significantly revised edition of Implementing Six Sigma goes well beyond traditional Six Sigma methodologies, introducing an enhanced roadmap–S4/IEE (Smarter Six Sigma Solutions / Integrated Enterprise Excellence). This cutting-edge approach offers a solution to the common problem of sustaining Six Sigma activities and downplays the traditional policy stating that Six Sigma projects must have a defined defect. A variety of plans, checklists, metrics, and warnings of potential pitfalls provide thorough preparation for anyone implementing Six Sigma strategies.

With new coverage of Six Sigma infrastructure building, benchmarking, and real-world "lessons learned," this Second Edition is the best available tool for implementing these powerful, profit-building strategies.

Preface
Part I : S4/IEE Deployment and Define Phase From DMAIC
Chapter 1 : Six Sigma Overview and S4/IEEE Implementation Chapter 2 : Voice of the Customer and the S4/IEEE Define Phase

Part II : S4/IEE Measure Phase From DMAIC
Chapter 3 : Measurement and the S4/IEEE Measurement Phase Chapter 4 : Process Flow Charting/Process Mapping Chapter 5 : Basic Tools Chapter 6 : Probability Chapter 7 : Overview of Distributions and Statistical Processes Chapter 8 : Probability and Hazard Plotting Chapter 9 : Six Sigma Measurements Chapter 10 : Basic Control Charts Chapter 11 : Process Capability and Process Performance Metrics Chapter 12 : Measurement Systems Analysis Chapter 13 : Cause-and-Effect Matrix and Quality Function Deployment Chapter 14 : FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis)

Part III : S4/IEE Analyze Phase From DMAIC (Or Passive Analysis Phase)
Chapter 15 : Visualization of Data Chapter 16 : Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests Chapter 17 : Inferences: Continuous Response Chapter 18 : Inference: Attribute (Pass/Fail) Response Chapter 19 : Comparison Tests: Continuous Response Chapter 20 : Comparison Tests: Attribute (Pass/Fail) Response Chapter 21 : Bootstrapping Chapter 22 : Variance Components Chapter 23 : Correlation and Simple Linear Regression Chapter 24 : Single-Factor (One-Way) Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and Analysis of Means (ANOM) Chapter 25 : Two-Factor (Two-Way) Analysis of Variance Chapter 26 : Multiple Regression, Logistic Regression, and Indicator Variables

Part IV : S4/IEE Improve Phase From DMAIC (Or Proactive Testing Phase)
Chapter 27 : Benefiting from Design of Experiments (DOE) Chapter 28 : Understanding the Creation of Full and Fractional Factorial 2K DOEs Chapter 29 : Planning 2K DOEs Chapter 30 : Design and Analysis of 2K DOEs Chapter 31 : Other DOE Considerations Chapter 32 : Robust DOE Chapter 33 : Response Surface Methodology

Part V : S4/IEE Control Phase From DMAIC and Application Examples
Chapter 34 : Short-Run and Target Control Charts Chapter 35 : Control Charting Alternatives Chapter 36 : Exponentially Weighted Moving Average (EWMA) and Engineering Process Control (EPC) Chapter 37 : Pre-Control Charts Chapter 38 : Control, Plan, Poka-Yoke, Realistic Tolerancing, and Project Completion Chapter 39 : Reliability Testing/Assessment : Overview Chapter 40 : Reliability Testing/Assessment : Repairable System Chapter 41 : Reliability Testing/Assessment : Nonrepairable Devices Chapter 42 : Pass/Fall Functional Testing Chapter 43 : S4/IEEE Application Examples

Part VI : S4/IEE Lean and Theory of Constraints
Chapter 44 : Lean and Its Integration with S4/IEEE Chapter 45 : Integrating of Theory of Constraints (TOC) in S4 /IEE

Part VII : DFSS and 21-Step Integration of the Tools
Chapter 46 : Manufacturing Applications and A 21-Step Integration of the Tools Chapter 47 : Service/Transactional Applications and A 21-Step Integration of the Tools Chapter 48 : DFSS Overview and Tools Chapter 49 : Product DFSS Chapter 50 : Process DFSS

Part VIII : Management of Infrastructure and Team Execution
Chapter 51 : Change Management Chapter 52 : Project Management and Financial Analysis Chapter 53 : Team Effectiveness Chapter 54 : Creativity Chapter 55 : Alignment of Management Initiatives and Strategies with S4/IEEE

Appendix A : Supplemental Information
Appendix B : Equations for the Distributions
Appendix C : Mathematical Relationships
Appendix D : DOE Supplement
Appendix E : Reference Tables
List of Symbols
Glossary
References
Index