Amit Kumar Ojha


  • @leaning The link you posted is pretty representative of what you can get on forums although typically that close together. The first answer was plain stupid, the second was the same as you gotten here twice and the third answer was for control limits.

    @Straydog gave you the correct answer. @Amitojha basically said the same thing. They are…[Read more]

  • @AmitOjha

    I don’t understand “can’t randomly sample” in your string of comments above. One can always randomly select something.

    Even an approach of getting data across a date range can be as basic as “I’ll select one every X orders for each day of the week”. If multiple locations are part of the process, I’d gather data across all the…[Read more]

  • @AmitOjha,


    From my perspective D & M should overlap for huge success and benefits since both phases being successfully completed means the activity was half-way through.

    Even in your example itself you are referring similar concepts in both phases (i.e. VOC being referred in both Define and Measure phases as “tools”).

    From my opi…[Read more]

  • @AmitOjha Thanks for your help!

    @Mike-Carnell Some great advice there Mike, food for thought!

    Thanks again all, I’ll keep you posted on my progress! 6 years, 11 months ago

  • @AmitOjha My book is pretty old but it is “Leaning Into Six Sigma.”

    I think you will gain more from the Juran book. you need to understand this whole SS process began as a “breakthrough” process. If you understand hoe Juran differentiates between Breakthrough and control you begin to understand the difference in the thought process. (please note…[Read more]

  • @amitojha I did not write the response to sell books. What I do want is people to understand what has happened (only to the degree it is useful) and how this whole process works. It is about thinking. People substitute pattern recognition for thinking constantly. This whole process was designed to help a person determine which patterns were…[Read more]

  • @Nfeher

    (Amount * Number of Days Improved)/365

    Is it a right method of calculation to identify the soft savings provided?

    Interest would be the hard savings as the amount is real? right?

    Thanks for your help!

    6 years, 11 months ago