Design for Six Sigma for Green Belts & Champions

Design for Six Sigma for Green Belts & Champions

Howard S. Gitlow, University of Miami

David M. Levine, Baruch College, City University of New York

Edward A. Popovich

Publisher: Financial Times – Prentice Hall
Copyright: 2006
Format: Paper; 688 pp
Status: In stock

  1. Foundations of Six Sigma Management
  2. Six Sigma Roles, Responsibilities and terminology
  3. Macro Model of Six Sigma Management (Dashboards)
  4. Define Phase
  5. Measure Phase
  6. Analyze Phase
  7. Design Phase
  8. Verify/Validate Phase
  9. Basics of Statistical Studies
  10. Design of Experiments
  11. Multiple Regression
  12. Additional Tools and Methods
  13. Discrete Event Simulation Models
  14. Articulating the Voice of the Stakeholder
  15. Enhancing Creativity to Develop Alternative Designs
  16. Professional Interpersonal Behavior Skills, Team Behavior Skills, and Six Sigma Management
  17. Six Sigma DMADV Case Studies
  18. DFSS Champion Certification at the University of Miami

Appendix A Summation Notation

Appendix B Statistical Tables

Appendix C Documentation of Data Files


  • Contains coverage of the foundations of management necessary for professional Six Sigma management.
  • Presents a thorough and detailed anatomy of the Design for Six Sigma improvement model.
  • Integrates coverage of the Design for Six Sigma management with detailed coverage of those statistical methods that are appropriate for Green Belt and Champion certification.
  • Includes chapter ending appendixes that provide step-by-step instructions for using Minitab and JMP for the statistical methods covered in every chapter.
  • Includes a detailed case study in Design for Six Sigma management.
  • Includes information on Champion and green belt certification exams along with sample test questions.