Your making an assumption about experience and length of time in role. I’ve seen a company with 30 years experience in one small department the only problem being it was the same six months experience repeated over and over again.
Back to the original question with the number of methods and possible routes through and as we should always be…[Read more]
If your done with the charter you must know what your targets are and what your defect is.
Looking at what you’ve said it’s now time to map out the process in more detail with a detailed proces map, whatever style you feel comfortable with.
Then try a fishbone and or FMEA to work out where things could be going wrong.
From both of these you…[Read more]
Please explain what you mean by full credit…….Assume you are saying she is to champion and be leader of a project? In my past experience Green Belts have been Project “Owners” but a black belt or Master Black Belt was the champion/leader. Although project responsibility was on the green belt, ultimate responsibility was on the…[Read more]
Discrete Data cannot be associated with a continuum of values but rather assume specific values along the number line, with gaps between them. The most common form of discrete data is a count of some observable occurrence. i.e. count data include the number of blemishs on an automobile surface, or the monthly number of dissatisfied customers, or…[Read more]
Congratulations, on completion of your GB certification.
Your certificate is as valid as any other GB certification
Unless your company has website for posting all thier certified six sigma employee’s, NO
Just for my own curiosity, have you completed or even started any projects yet?
Just checking back in this afternoon, It appears someone has took the liberty of posting under my name this evening.
C Seider Apologies.
But, I do agree with the terminology, just not the examples.
Discrete data is most usually associated with a count of observations and is usually referred to attribute. Attribute data term is normally used…[Read more]
In order to concentrate only on the measuring system, you need to be able to compare the process to a known Standard. Suggestion-Fishing line from a single spool has a very consistant break point. You should be able to get in a range very close to your pull specifications. Another is locate Calibrated Pull Blanks that can give very specific…[Read more]
I can’t believe this thread is still going. If it works use it. Shanin or Six Sigma, Isoplots, or annova’s, if you can get the end results that satisfy the customer, who cares. Unfortuanetly we have been brained washed by some organizations that Six Sigma or Shanin is the only methodology and which ever one your not using sucks. I have absolutely…[Read more]
Step 1. Document the current state of the concentrated area (i.e. Take Pictures) Document the date of beginning the process
Step 2. Be the primary point of contact between the leadership and the team
Step 3. Recruit Team Members and document expectations
Step 4. Provide Training to the team. (Score Sheets, etc)
Step 5. Motivate the…[Read more]
If all appraisers are using the same process to measure samples from a well-known and established process, then we’d expect the averages to be the same and the variation represented by the UCL and LCL to be equal.
If the averages or standard deviations are different from appraiser to appraiser (i.e., tech to tech), then the measurement…[Read more]
Yep thats correct——BUT, certain certifications have more weight than others. For instance if you look at the bottom of the forum page The University of Texas @ Austin has a program that states “Two week course, 1 Project=Black Belt Certification”. Not exactly what I would call BB but none the less, it is a peice of paper. Real…[Read more]
Note to self: DONT HIT FREAKING TAB:
You must define that B,C are center points by selecting General Full Factorial, be sure that under LOW/HIGH the Coded button is selected. This should give you the design you are looking for with
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Hope this helps
The origin of Built in Quality, I don’t believe came from any one source although several can be attributed to its Conception: Thomas J Watson (IBM), Patrick E Haggerty (Texas Instruments), Robert Noyce (Intel), Jack Welch (GE), Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, Alfred P. Sloan; All visionaries for built in quality. As far as a definition it is really…[Read more]
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