The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook: A Quick Reference Guide to 70 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed
Pocket guides to quality improvement have been a bestselling genre in the quality field ever since the Memory Jogger was first published in the late '80s and sold over 1 million copies. Since 2000 the bestselling quality-related pocket guide has been Rath & Strong's Six Sigma Pocket Guide, with approximately 150,000 sold. The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook will be the first pocket guide on the growing field of Lean Six Sigma. The strong performance of Lean Six Sigma, published in 2002 by McGraw-Hill, and Lean Six Sigma for Service (June 2003) has demonstrated that Lean Six Sigma is an important new direction for the quality field. Businesses are increasingly aware that they improving quality with Six Sigma or trying to improve process efficiency with Lean isn't enough - they have to do both to get maximum payback. Organizations who adopt Lean Six Sigma also do widespread training of "Black Belts" and "Green Belts." A major challenge has been sustaining the learning these people receive in the classroom. The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook will be a handy reference tool that such people can use when they are in the field applying their classroom learning. The book is consists of brief descriptions of 70 key tools from the disciplines of Lean and Six Sigma, such as "Pull", "Heijunka", Control Charts," DMAIC, etc. (see table of contents below).
Booko found 2 book editions of The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook: A Quick Reference Guide to 70 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed by John Maxey
Booko collects this information from user contributions and sources on the internet - it is not a definitive list of editions. Search Booko for other editions of The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook: A Quick Reference Guide to 70 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed.