Reviews for our Lean Six Sigma and Minitab book

Since its first edition in 2004, our Lean Six Sigma and Minitab book has received consistently outstanding reviews and has become the Six Sigma training book for most blue chip Six Sigma organisations, consultancies and academic institutions.  By sales volume, the book is the #1 Minitab publication and in the top 3 Six Sigma publications worldwide.

With over 150 ‘verified purchase’ reviews across Amazon, the book averages 4.7 stars.  A selection of reviews from Amazon and professional institutions are shown below.

Reader reviews from Amazon

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Professional reviews

10/10! from The Chartered Institute of IT!

Out bestselling Lean Six Sigma and Minitab book was reviewed by Raj Sharma of The Chartered Institute of IT, and received a score of 10/10!

The outstanding review specifically highlights the logical DMAIC structure of the guide, the process flows for each phase, the number of Minitab screenshots and the portable, reference-style format.  Read more.

Great review from the Quality Management Forum

The Autumn 2013 edition of the ASQ Quality Management Forum included a great review of our ‘Lean Six Sigma and Minitab’ publication.

The review was written by Mr. Robert Spencer, an Adjunct Professor in the Program in Quality Assurance in the College of Extended and International Education at California State University, Dominguez Hills.  Read more.

Book of the month at the Chartered Quality Institute

Our book received strong endorsement from Chris Morgan, of the Chartered Quality Institute, London (www.thecqi.org). Chris wrote:

“Refreshingly, the book tends to prompt rather than tell, and asks the reader key questions such as what’s wrong and what do you want to achieve, to elicit meaningful responses. Another great feature of the book is the wealth of content available online, which gives the reader valuable tools.”  Read more.