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KU Online IME 676: Lean Six Sigma: Home

A resource guide to connect Kettering University Online students in IME 676 to research resources provided by the library.

Lean Six Sigma Resources

Lean Six Podcasts

The Engineering Commons Podcast - Six Sigma: "Guest Erica Lee Garcia explains the role of process improvement tools such as Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, and Statistical Process Control in this episode of The Engineering Commons podcast."

Lean Six Sigma

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IME 676: Lean Six Sigma —This course examines techniques to maximize production efficiency and to maintain control over each step in the process. The structured problem-solving methodology DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) will provide the framework for the course.

Related Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Guides

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