Using DMAIC to improve speed, quality, and cost -- Working with ideas -- Value stream mapping and process flow tools -- Voice of the customer (VOC) -- Data collection -- Descriptive statistics and displays -- Variation analysis -- Identifying and verifying causes -- Reducing lead time and non-value-add cost -- Complexity value stream mapping and complexity analysis -- Selecting and testing solutions. The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook blends Lean and Six Sigma tools and concepts, providing expert advice on how to determine which tool within a "family" is best for different purposes. Packed with detailed examples and step-bystep instructions, it's the ideal handy reference guide to help Green and Black Belts make the transition from the classroom to the field. Features brief summaries and examples of the 70 most important tools in Lean Six Sigma, such as "Pull," "Heijunka," and "Control Charts." Groups tools by purpose and usage. Offers a quick, easy reference on using the DMAIC improvement cycle. Provides comprehensive coverage in a compact, portable format.