Profit Signals: How Evidence Based Decisions Power Six Sigma Breakthroughs
by M. Daniel Sloan, Russell A. Boyles
Publisher: Evidence-Based Decisions, Inc. 2003
Number of pages: 262
Profit Signals is a pioneering Six Sigma work written and published by two internationally recognized Master Black Belts. The authors present a unique view on how executives, managers and Six Sigma practitioners can use evidence to make better, more profitable decisions.
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