Six Sigma for Small Business
by Greg Brue
Publisher: Entrepreneur Press 2006
Number of pages: 224
This guide simplifies the terminology and methodology of Six Sigma to make the process accessible and applicable to any small business; teaches the basics of Six Sigma and walks you through a step-by-step implementation; helps you improve quality and efficiency, increase customer satisfaction and boost profits; shows you how Six Sigma uncovers hidden sources of money; provides real-life examples of small businesses’ successes with Six Sigma.
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