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Six Sigma for the Shop Floor: A Pocket Guide Spiral-bound – August 15, 2001
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About the Author
Roderick A. Munro is an ASQ Fellow, CQE, CQA, and Certified Quality Manager, and has worked in industry for nearly 20 years in quality and quality training positions. He has previously published articles on Six Sigma and has spoken on the topic to various groups and organizations. He was also instrumental in approving the Six Sigma Champion and Black Belt training program for a Fortune 100 company. Munro received a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction from Cambridge State University, and an Ed.S. in Instructional Technology from Wayne State University.
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Dr. Munro has given our people an easy to understand process that is helping to encourage more people to get involved with problem solving in our plants. In one case, we had three operations dealing with injection molding and machining of a plastic part that goes into one of our assemblies. After using Six Sigma for the Shop Floor, one of the Green Belts suggested that we could eliminate the second operation if we could figure out how to balance the parts coming from the mold. The manual gave the Green Belts the understanding of what the Black Belt was doing to give them more input to the problem solving process. We were successful in eliminating the second process and now use parts directly from the injection-molding machine that are balanced and ready for coating and assembly.
We are starting to encourage our suppliers to use Six Sigma for the Shop Floor in their operations and to work with our Black Belts. We encourage the use of this book!