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  • Lean Six Sigma

  • The Step-by-Step Guide to Lean Six Sigma to Achieve Certification Levels from White Belt, Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt to Black Belt Master
  • By: Philip George
  • Narrated by: Kevin Tromp
  • Length: 3 hrs and 39 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)

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Summary

Do you want to be aware of the best organizational strategy, Lean Six Sigma, and all of its aspects? Do you want to know about its benefits as well as its criticisms? Do you want to know about the main processing cycles included in the efficiency and productivity of any organization?

If any of your answers is yes, then listen to this audiobook. It will help you to get all ideas about Lean Six Sigma and its specialties. This audiobook includes:

  • Brief introduction of Lean Six Sigma and its history
  • Process mining and core principles of Lean Six Sigma
  • Comparison between Lean & Lean Six Sigma
  • Strategic concepts of Lean Six Sigma
  • Process cycles included in LSS (DMAIC & DMADV)
  • Understanding customer’s needs
  • Lean Six Sigma certification and its levels
  • An approach to improved projects
  • To win the management support
  • Lean Six Sigma implementation
  • Benefits of Lean Six Sigma methodology and its culture
  • Criticisms on Lean Six Sigma

So don’t delay, and get your own audiobook.

©2019 Philip George (P)2019 Philip George

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Terrible narrator. Unlistenable.

Had to stop listening because of how weird the narration was. Sounds like it's being read by a bot that doesn't understand how humans speak or how sentences work.

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pretty bad!

It was so bad it was funny. "Give a fish a man and he will eat for a day.."
Sounded like it had been written by Alan Partridge and read by a robot. Amusing but not very educational.

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Informative but

Sorry to say this but the dude reading it just keeps stopping as if it the end of a sentence and it get a bit distracting

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  • Angela Pocta
  • 22-07-20

Awful Narrator

I couldn’t even listen to this book for more than ten minutes. Do not buy it on Audible. It is seriously horrible. The inflections are bizarre and nonsensical and the narrator often stops at weird spots during the sentence. Think how you would normally read through a comma...he does that but at totally random comma-less times. It makes it really difficult to tell when there was a natural pause or which words went together. It is truly terrible.

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  • jeffery D skinner
  • 07-05-21

choose another book

The information is fine, but the narrator can't seem to read v very well. there are other more highly rated and more comprehensive books available.

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  • Eric D. Orr
  • 05-04-21

a very confusing listen

I'm already very familiar with the subject matter and was looking for an easy refresher, and this book was very disappointing. It uses such awkward phrasing and sentence structure that it seems hard to believe it was written in english, and the person reading it sounds like an automated voice, completely lacking tone, pacing, or emphasis. The information is not inaccurate, but trying to pick it of of the bizarre wording and strange, halting narration is difficult at best.

If you told me this book was simply the result of a Google algorithm read by a speech to text program I would not be the least bit surprised. Didn't even make it through the first chapter.

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  • kik
  • 24-09-20

terrible narration

I think it is supposed to be a good information book about six sigma but narration is so bad making this book impossible to enjoy. sounds like old computer is reading. do not recommend at all

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-08-22

Good Information Bad Performance

I liked the book because it has some good information but did not like narrators speaking cadence.

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  • Casey
  • 04-05-22

The voice of the reader is annoying

The voice of the reader is annoying, could not complete book because of his voice and random background sounds