Written specifically to be used daily by the workers on the shop floor, Six Sigma for the Shop Floor provides a very basic introduction to the Six Sigma process. By focusing on the problem solving nature of Six Sigma, author Roderick Munro explains how these principals should be used in conjunction with daily work. This convenient, pocket-sized book can be easily used on the shop floor, and clarifies the confusing obuzzo terms surrounding Six Sigma by explaining how to manage the tools currently being used to meet Six Sigma requirements. Six Sigma for the Shop Floor will explain the principles to the operators, and help map the problem-solving activities leading to Six Sigma projects. An excellent, concise presentation of key elements in Quality Control that generate cost savings without the mystery. Problem solving issues can now be resolved once and for all without the fear of being repeated by following Dr. Munro's advice. u Tom Latka, Vice-President L & L Industries, Inc. Munro's pocket guide presents the elements and techniques of a Six-Sigma program in a concise understandable manner. - Donald J. Wheeler, Ph.D. Consulting Statistician Statistical Process Controls, Inc./SPC Press.Roderick A., Ph.D. Munro is the author of 'Six Sigma for the Shop Floor: A Pocket Guide', published 2001 under ISBN 9780873895163 and ISBN 0873895169.