The American Society for Quality
(ASQ) is the world's leading authority on quality. With more than
100,000 individual and organizational members, this professional
association advances learning, quality improvement, and knowledge
exchange to improve business results, and to create better
workplaces and communities worldwide. As champion of the quality movement, ASQ offers technologies,
concepts, tools, and training to quality professionals, quality
practitioners, and everyday consumers, encouraging all to Make Good
GoLeanSixSigma.com makes it easy for people to improve. By providing practical, easy to understand and enjoyable resources, they help people transform organizations and change the world for the better.
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iSixSigma is the world's leading publisher and
content provider for the Six Sigma community. Since 2000, iSixSigma
has provided the most comprehensive and essential resources
available anywhere to businesses at every stage of their Six Sigma
maturity and professionals at every skill level. Hundreds of
thousands of monthly readers learn new skills, advance their careers
and contribute to the success of their organizations through a wide
range of articles, tools, conferences and practitioner forums, as
well as through publications, such as iSixSigma Magazine.
Keith Bower runs a website dedicated to providing free resources on applied statistics for students and practitioners. Keith is a former Technical Training Specialist with Minitab, Inc. and is now a Principal Quality Engineer with the biotechnology company Amgen, Inc.
Shmula is a blog run by Pete Abilla. The blog is his take on The Toyota Production System / Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, Queueing Theory, Operations Management, building software, the Customer Experience, Customer Service, and you’ll see bits of family stuff too.
Statistics.com offers 80+ online courses in statistics, with courses in engineering statistics, SPC, regression, forecasting, as well as a full introductory sequence and many other topics. Classes include hands-on assignments with feedback, as well as online discussions with Tom Ryan and other distinguished instructors. There is no need to be online at any particular times.
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