Denver 10/13/2016 12:00:00 AM
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Breakthrough Improvement With QI Macros and Excel, Translated to Chinese

Jay Arthur’s book, Breakthrough Improvement With QI Macros and Excel: Finding the Invisible Low-Hanging Fruit, which debuted in March of 2014, has been translated into long form Chinese language by McGraw-Hill Professional. This 200 page book will has an audience of Lean Six Sigma experts and business owners, those in the manufacturing and medical industries, students, and any interested in quality improvement, saving money, and minimizing mistakes.

Breakthrough Improvement with QI Macros and Excel: Finding the Invisible Low-Hanging Fruit reveals proven techniques for identifying and analyzing data that will lead to immediate results. This practical guide focuses on using Excel, one of the most widely used software packages, to drive improvement--no need to rely on expensive training in a new methodology.

Jay was trained in the Deming Award Winning Florida Power and Light improvement process in 1990. He has worked as both a quality and process manager within a Fortune 50 company and on his own as a Six Sigma resultant. Jay applies the 4/50 rule to the discipline of Lean Six Sigma and excels at finding the 4% of the knowledge and tools that are needed to deliver over 50% of the results.

McGraw-Hill has published two previous books authored by Jay Arthur: Lean Six Sigma Demystified, Second Edition (2010), and Lean Six Sigma for Hospitals: Simple Steps to Fast, Affordable, and Flawless Healthcare (2011), Second Edition (2016).

Download a 30-day evaluation copy of the QI Macros for Excel at Readers can also signup for a free email course on Lean Six Sigma. For more information, testimonials, and pricing go to