Forrest Breyfogle’s journey in how to wisely apply statistical, and non-statistical techniques for both practitioners and managers began with a week-long workshop. As a development engineer in IBM, Forrest attended a Design of Experiments (DOE) class in 1975 that changed his life. Since that point in time, Forrest began looking at numbers differently and at what organizations could do to improve processes so that the big picture benefits.Forrest’s formal engineering training might be the cause; the reason is not apparent. However, it became evident to Forrest that he viewed things differently than traditional process improvement practitioners and management. This enhanced view of situations is the reason Forrest’s company was named Smarter Solution in 1992 after his 24-year career at IBM.Over the years, Smarter Solution, Inc. has helped many practitioners and organizations apply Lean Six Sigma concepts; however, Forrest observed issues with a traditional Lean Six Sigma deployment. Forrest also saw problems with how practitioners and management reported metrics in organizations and undertook their process improvement efforts. Forrest wrote over a dozen books that provide specific details and roadmaps of what he believes is essential when individuals and organizations undertake process improvement efforts, performance-metric reporting, and strategy creation so that the big picture benefits.However, Forrest believed that he needed to improve his message about these problems with the execution of traditional process improvement and business management practices and what to do differently to address these shortcomings. Forrest thought that there was a need for a better vehicle to share what he had observed over the years and what organizations and individuals could do to make things better.Forrest concluded that stories in a two-novel-book series would be a better means to share the issues that he had observed over the years and what both practitioners and businesses could do differently to address these problems. The first book in this series is Management 2.0: Discovery of Integrated Enterprise Excellence. This book is the second book in this series.