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WANT TO SAVE BILLIONS?
To be Six Sigma compliant, a company must produce no more than 3.4 defects per one million products. If this can be achieved, a company has the potential to save billions of dollars, just as Motorola did. The global communications company recently reported over $17 billion in savings. However, it is much more difficult to implement Six Sigma in small- and medium-sized businesses, but it is becoming increasingly important to do so since larger companies now require its supply bases to be Six Sigma compliant.
The Six Sigma Manual for Small and Medium Businesses: What You Need to Know Explained Simply is for the company that has already implemented the process, an organization that may be considering it, students who want to learn it to make themselves more marketable, and business professionals who need a refresher course. Whatever your reason for reading this book, you will find practical advice and tips for successfully learning and implementing Six Sigma.