iSixSigma

All posts by

iSixSigma-Editorial

View Profile

How to Determine Sample Size, Determining Sample Size

In order to prove that a process has been improved, you must measure the process capability before and after improvements are implemented. This allows you to quantify the process improvement (e.g., defect reduction or productivity increase) and translate the effects into an estimated financial result – something business leaders can understand and appreciate. If data…

25 comments

SigmaPro’s Fall 2006 Schedule Offers Master Black Belt, Service Black Belt, Lean Sigma Black Belt and Lean Sigma Green Belt Courses Starting in September

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Shauna Cobb 970.207.0077 [email protected] Fort Collins, Colorado – August 9, 2006 – SigmaPro Inc., a leader in training and consulting in Six Sigma, Design For Six Sigma (DFSS), Lean Sigma and Change Management, has opened up its 2006 fall schedule to offer certification training beginning September 25th for…

Breakthrough Management Group Publishes First Comprehensive Team Leader's Guide to Lean Kaizen Events; 'A Team Leader's Guide to Kaizen Events' — A Step-by-Step Process for Managing Lean Kaizen Events Powered by the SCORE(TM) Methodology

Breakthrough Management Group Publishes First Comprehensive Team Leader’s Guide to Lean Kaizen Events; ‘A Team Leader’s Guide to Kaizen Events’ — A Step-by-Step Process for Managing Lean Kaizen Events Powered by the SCORE(TM) Methodology

GAGEpack EZ 8.0 Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Beth Savage 800-777-3020 [email protected] Dayton, Ohio (March 12, 2008) – Additional customization options, an added verification event, and an enhanced maintenance section are highlights among new features offered in the latest release of GAGEpack EZ from PQ Systems, Inc. (http://www.pqsystems.com) to render gage calibration easy and accurate. Users…

5 Tips for Applying Six Sigma from Three Top Hospitals

Six Sigma leaders from three of America’s premier healthcare institutions – The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Mayo Clinic and New York-Presbyterian Hospital – recently shared their experiences with Six Sigma. These institutions are applying the method in order to improve operations and, ultimately, patient care. They offered the following advice for hospitals considering deployments of their…