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The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook by H. James Harrington, Rich Charron, Chuck Mignosa, Frank Voehl

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Appendix B: The Six Sigma Body of Knowledge

The following is a list of the Six Sigma body of knowledge. Under the columns marked “Green,” “Black,” and “Master” LSS Belts, the following symbols are used:

  • “A” means they are almost always used. At least 90% of the projects will use these tools. (The related belt must be trained on how to use these tools or already have been trained in the use of these tools.)
  • “O” means often used. It is used in more than 50% of the projects. (The related belt should be trained on how to use these tools or already have been trained on these tools.)
  • “S” means sometimes used. It is used in 25 to 49% of the projects. (The related belt should know what they are used for and know where to go to get more ...

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