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  • #175555

    Bo
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    Darth, next time someone slams you for only abusing posters to this forum, point them to this post. You gave enough advice to get them started, but still left some work to be done by them.

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    #162971

    Bo
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    I have to agree with Mike Carnell. Take the post for what it is and move on. Did you really think you were going to gain a plethora of SS insight from the subject “Six Sigma Beer”?

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    #157126

    Bo
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    Great info in this thread. Guess I’ve been incorrect by telling people the inventors of 6 Sigma tools were Darth (a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away), Mike Carnell and Stan. Thanks for the clarifications!!

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    #123050

    Bo
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    Darth, you proved your statement true from another post. If a question is well written and research has been previously done, you will provide assistance. I agree that “What is 6 Sigma?” is too vague for a forum like this. As you stated, Google would help a lot. I enjoy reading your posts. Keep it up!!

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    #117184

    Bo
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    Please share a copy to:
    [email protected]
    Thanks and regards

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    #114225

    Bo
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    Elissa,
    I have a hardcopy of the article “Using Six Sigma to Solve Issues in Public School System”. However, there is no email address at the bottom of the article. I suggest following Mike’s recommendation and contact the iSixSigma staff.

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    #114143

    Bo
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    Elissa, Mary Ruff (iSixSigma Staff Writer) wrote an interesting article – “Using Six Sigma to Solve Issues in Public School System”. You may also want to search the Discussion Forum for thoughts on your topic.

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    #95766

    Bo
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    We are currently having some BB’s working as “in place”. There are pros and cons to this approach, though. It is difficult to perform both the BB role as well as you “old” job. We strive to have our BB’s work 85% on their own projects and 15% supporting other SS initiatives. The good part to this is it forces the BB to take a step back, look at their everyday routine and determine how SS can assist them in improving what they do. It is, of course, an easier task to be able to have a singular focus on your own SS projects. But, with good organizational skills, you can train (or even work) as a BB and continue in your old job. However, this would not be the optimal circumstance.

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    #87403

    Bo
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    I would have to agree with Ron. If you want to demonstrate DMAIC, you should first come up with a process which you would like to improve. This would involve some forethought from you as to which tools you would like to demonstrate/teach to your class, from each phase of DMAIC. Whether you’re building a paper airplane or checking the consistency of the “m’s” on M & M’s, by thinking it through ahead of time, you should be able to come up with a teaching plan that will keep your students interested.

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