Burns replied to the topic How to Teach Six Sigma Course at Undergraduate Level in the forum Training 9 months ago
Yeh “force” of blatant stupidity.
From its laughable foundations, every aspect of Six Sigma Stupidity is a bad joke … except of course, what psychologist, Harry called its “80% TQM”.
Burns replied to the topic How to Teach Six Sigma Course at Undergraduate Level in the forum Training 9 months, 1 week ago
I suggest that you do NOT teach the Six Sigma farce.
Burns replied to the topic Appropriate Sigma Target for Conventional Manufacturing Process? in the forum Manufacturing 9 months, 1 week ago
Mike is ranting about the 1.5 sigma shift that forms the “six sigma” of Six Sigma. It is utter nonsense. Six Sigma is a farce.
Cp is a poor attempt to replace a control chart with a number.
Focus on using a control chart to keep your process ‘on target with minimum variance’. This is the definition of World Class Quality.
It is hard to believe that companies are fighting over certification for a blatant farce as Six Sigma.
Six Sigma is a management fad based on utter nonsense. It was created by a psychologist who claimed that all processes shift or drift by +/-1.5 sigma in 24 hours and this claim was based on the height of a stack of discs. (Benderizing) It went…[Read more]
Isn’t everyone “scamming certification” as you suggest? We all know that Six Sigma is based on utter nonsense.
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Why do you want to know the distribution for your process? Control charts work with any distribution, without normalization. They can also be used for short runs such as yours. I suggest buying “Short Run SPC” – Dr Wheeler.
Cp/Cpk is an attempt to replace a control chart with a number. It is a statistic that changes over time.