9781687238078-1687238073-Lean Six Sigma Study Guide 2019-2020: A Complete Review for the ASQ Yellow, Green and Black Belt Exams Including 300 Test Questions and Answers

Lean Six Sigma Study Guide 2019-2020: A Complete Review for the ASQ Yellow, Green and Black Belt Exams Including 300 Test Questions and Answers

ISBN-13: 9781687238078
ISBN-10: 1687238073
Author: Test Prep Team, Six Sigma
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Independently published
Format: Paperback 431 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781687238078
ISBN-10: 1687238073
Author: Test Prep Team, Six Sigma
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Independently published
Format: Paperback 431 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Test Prep Team, Six Sigma wrote Lean Six Sigma Study Guide 2019-2020: A Complete Review for the ASQ Yellow, Green and Black Belt Exams Including 300 Test Questions and Answers comprising 431 pages back in 2019. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1687238073 and 9781687238078. Since then Lean Six Sigma Study Guide 2019-2020: A Complete Review for the ASQ Yellow, Green and Black Belt Exams Including 300 Test Questions and Answers textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 0.30 or rent at the marketplace.

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The exam questions for Yellow, Green and Black Belts have changed as of 2019. While other shorter books have around 60 questions, this guide includes 300 questions so that students are fully prepared before taking the exam.
This guide includes a complete review of theory that students will need to know. Furthermore, questions and answers are divided by Belt Type. The Yellow, Green and Black Belts have 100 questions each, with a total of 300 questions in this book.
Consider the Table of Contents below and you will see that this guide stands out from the rest.

Table of ContentsChapter 1 – Understanding Six SigmaChapter 2 – The Pros and Cons of Six Sigma and How the Cons Are ReversedChapter 3 – The Belt Levels of Six SigmaChapter 4 – The Five VoicesChapter 5 – The Eight Dimensions of QualityChapter 6 – The DMAIC StepsChapter 7 – The DMADV (DFSS) ProcessChapter 8 – Going Lean (Lean Principles)Chapter 9 – The Most Common Types of WasteChapter 10 – Defects vs. DefectivesChapter 11 – Project AcceptabilityChapter 12 – The Five Key Deliverables of the Define StageChapter 13 – Operating the VOCChapter 14 – The Kano ModelChapter 15 – The Pareto PrincipleChapter 16 – Critical to Quality (CTQ)Chapter 17 – Creating a Project CharterChapter 18 – The Stakeholder AnalysisChapter 19 – The Change Acceleration Process (CAP)Chapter 20 – The Value Stream MapChapter 21 – Options for Process MappingChapter 22 – The 15 Most Important Details for Planning a Six Sigma TaskChapter 23 – Designing a Communication PlanChapter 24 – The Cost of Quality and the Cost-Benefit AnalysisChapter 25 – Choosing the Y Between Effectiveness and EfficiencyChapter 26 – Musts and WantsChapter 27 – BrainstormingChapter 28 – Identifying and Managing the X and YChapter 29 – Variations in the Measurement SystemChapter 30 – The Sampling ProcessChapter 31 – A General Measurement SystemChapter 32 – Key Factors for Data InterpretationChapter 33 – Using the Right Measurement Chart (The Basic Tools of Quality)Chapter 34 – How Capable Is the Process?Chapter 35 – Root Cause AnalysisChapter 36 – Cause MappingChapter 37 – Managing Hand OffsChapter 38 – Hypothesis TestingChapter 39 – Producing Solution ParametersChapter 40 – Generating the Best Possible SolutionChapter 41 – Calculating the RTYChapter 42 – The Failure Mode Effect AnalysisChapter 43 – BenchmarkingChapter 44 – Piloting a Six Sigma SolutionChapter 45 – The Validation of the Measurement System (R&R)Chapter 46 – New Process MappingChapter 47 – Statistical Process ControlChapter 48 – Choosing the Right Kind of Control ChartChapter 49 – Deming’s Four Rules for Tampering In SPCChapter 50 – The Central Limit TheoremChapter 51 – The Control Chart and Control LimitsChapter 52 – Specification LimitsChapter 53 – Leading and Lagging Indicators (KPIs)Chapter 54 – Managing All RisksChapter 55 – Getting a Control Plan ReadyChapter 56 – The Gemba WalkChapter 57 – KanbanChapter 58 – Signing Off of the Six Sigma TaskChapter 59 – Planning a Six Sigma PresentationChapter 60 – Managing Conflicts In the TaskYellow Belt Questions and AnswersGreen Belt Questions and AnswersBlack Belt Questions and AnswersFor a complete study guide, scroll up and order your copy today.
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