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  • Thank you all for your opinions and advices! I really love Six Sigma methodology mainly for the way how it approaches quality and fixes “quality issues” ( either customer claim or process improvement project). I agree with @Mike-Carnell and @MBBinWI as well. About one of comments of @Mike-Carnell, if I understood well, @Mike-Carnell was speaking…[Read more]

  • @MBBinWI I kept sticking that @MBBinWi on posts wondering how many times I was going to have to poke the sleeping bear with stick until he woke up.

    I have to do some QMS stuff and it really taxes my attention span so I keep this going in the background so I don’t have my brain turn into a blob of protoplasm.

    I haven’t heard that word purist is…[Read more]

  • @JRBGuy LSS is the same thing as RCA. I assume you have done a SS project or are at least certified as a belt of some sort. When was the last time you completed a project without getting to root cause because RCA is different than SS? I love these RCA methodologies that have this whole list of steps and step #4 is Root Cause Analysis. If step 4 is…[Read more]

  • Mike Carnell replied to the topic FTY=e-DPU in the forum Methodology 1 week, 3 days ago

    @cjdawgct As several people have tried to explain this is an estimate of Rolled Throughput Yield. It is an estimate. The higher the defect level the less accurate the estimate. Once you are over a 10% defect level it is probably inaccurate enough that you wouldn’t want to use it.

    When you are getting stats advice from @cseider, @MBBinWI and [Read more]

  • Kannan And? Is there a question in here somewhere?

    What have you tried? If you haven’t tried anything then take what @MBBinWI put out there and try with your sales numbers.

    I am sure someone is willing to step up and hand you a solution but in general it doesn’t happen here until you put some effort into it.

    Just my opinion.

  • Thanks everyone for the generous reply.
    My training did involve projects in the classroom, and is being guided by a champion, complete with the methodology and tools. The third assessment requires us to do it on our own.

    @cseider @MBBinWI @ShelbyJarvis, Our company doesn’t have a team solely dedicated to process improvement. Our structure is…[Read more]

  • Nicely stated @MBBinWI . I often give the clunky answer of long term sigma has most/all of the special causes which isn’t as intuitive of a statement.

  • @MBBinWi LOL

    Miss seeing you as a coworker.

  • @MBBinWI I was hoping to get a mea culpa that it was homework from a class by the original poster.

    I hope your summer is treating you well. DFW hasn’t had its first official 100 degree day so it’s been a mild season so far.

  • @MBBinWI I was wondering when someone would recognize this homework problem. Where is Darth when you need the classic “Do your own homework!”

  • @MBBinWI I think the word is opportunistic. Not that it is a bad thing.

  • Mike Carnell replied to the topic OEE / OPE in the forum Manufacturing 9 months ago

    @MBBinWI Thanks. People who feel that they need a single metric have always been a mystery to me. How do you get into a management position when you can only deal with a single metric.

    Let’s see if this one stirs anyone up. Why to I need to bundle up groups of standard deviations so I can refer to them as Cpk?

    Just my opinion.

  • @MBBinWI

    After his change in focus? I wouldn’t bother with gage R&R for simple timing of tasks either. :)

    I was referencing his original query on process capability of machining parameters.

  • @MBBinWI

    Hi, that was really helpful and i really appreciate the kind advice.
    Just some stuffs to clarify, after using Gage R&R to measure the accuracy of observing time. Can the number of trial be using different equipment?
    Eg. Observant 1 using Mobile phone in trial 1
    using stop watch in trial 2
    Observant 2 using Mobile…[Read more]

  • @MBBinWI Extra punchy today? I pity the person who doesn’t get trained with context.

  • @MBBinWI & @cseider, Sirs, Thank you very much for your response. Can you please guide me how to find probability of these tests you mentioned for non normal data please?

  • @MBBinWI & @cseider Sirs, I am just learner in Six Sigma concept. I am asking one question if the Data is itself not normal but we make X-bar R chart then the test to find presence of special causes in the data? Please sir guide on the topic.

  • Chris Seider replied to the topic Six Sigma Trademark in the forum General 11 months ago

    I noticed…..but it wasn’t an exciting enough change for me to comment @MBBinWI I hope all is well with you.

  • @MBBinWI
    Great choice in reference and definitely great since it’s so integrated with a well accepted statistical package.

    One other read (but it’s kinda heavy [literally and figuratively]) is…[Read more]

  • If you must, you can convert a ppm defective to a Ppk but I wouldn’t recommend that “exercise”.

    If you still find majority aren’t normal….there could be many reasons for this and how to proceed is a long answer (including how good your gage is–as my friend and colleague @MBBinWI suggested).

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