The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Handbook is a comprehensive, practical guide to becoming a Six Sigma Yellow Belt. Whether you're just starting down the path toward becoming a Yellow Belt, an experienced Yellow Belt, or if you're the person responsible for your organization's Six Sigma process, you'll find this handbook to be an invaluable addition to your Six Sigma library. It's a wealth of information for anyone who wants to learn new ways of using statistical improvement to improve his or her organization.
Legendary quality guru H. James Harrington and co-author Frank Voehl have distilled their decades of knowledge about Six Sigma into this helpful handbook. Chapters include:
The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Handbook also includes chapters on each of the DMAIC steps: define, measure, analyze, improve and control, as well as a full glossary of Six Sigma terms, and a list of Six Sigma’s body of knowledge. This is a must-read for any Six Sigma practitioner.
About the Authors
H. James Harrington, Ph.D., is the chief executive officer of the Harrington Institute. He also serves as chairman of the board for a number of businesses and the U.S. chairman of technologies for Project Management at the University of Quebec, Montreal. He’s recognized as a world leader in applying performance improvement methodologies to business processes. Harrington is past chairman of the prestigious International Academy for Quality and past president of the American Society for Quality. He’s also an active member of the Global Knowledge Economics Council.
Frank Voehl is president and chairman of Strategy Associates Inc. and a senior consultant and chancellor for the Harrington Institute. He also serves as the chairman of the board for a number of businesses and as a Master Black Belt instructor and technology advisor at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. He’s recognized as one of the world leaders in applying quality measurement and Lean Six Sigma methodologies to business processes.