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  • Hi Rahul …
    That’s a very interesting question that i’ve never thought before but it’s true.
    But I would personally think it does not have any thing to do with Six Sigma but more towards business strategy to have competitive positioning in the market with some financial/cost considerations and VOC that justify the decision.
    It’s a totally…[Read more]

  • This is a very classical issue in mfg that everyone tries to pinpoint at one another.
    Below is powerful tools that you should do :
    1. Send your personnel to your supplier. Together with the supplier staff, do a proper MSA on the outgoing machine which is said to be 100% error-proof.
    2. If it’s not proven, then you can omit your supplier from…[Read more]

  • Simulation game that relates to the current process where audience works at, seem to always work.
    Yet; not sure if it can be done effectively within 1 hour max.
    Normally, you need to run few rounds for them to understand the frame of mind you want to set for them which would take approx 3 hours.
    Just my one cent opinion.  Good luck finding one!

  • Hi Milton and Boambb,
    I  noticed that you 2 have some personal issue with each other which you then post in public. At the end of the day, you both are not assisting nor giving answers to the persons seeking for help.
    Would suggest to have private mail to each other to settle the problem in future.
    Eugene …
    As to your qs, i think you’re on…[Read more]

  • Waskita replied to the topic Six Sigma Project in the forum General 16 years, 2 months ago

    Hi Mike ..
    Before you eliminate that process, you need to be really sure that that process is NVA to the product and the impact to the customers. Dig out some info fr the past coz for example, inspection is a NVA but certain fussy customers have ever specifically mentioned to have that in place in the process pipeline.
    If it is giving value,…[Read more]

  • Waskita replied to the topic Cost Savings Template in the forum General 16 years, 2 months ago

    Hi Saturo,
    Just an opinion pertaining to your query
    There are various cost saving template around but the most important thing is you should understand properly what are the appropriate key measures you want to keep track. SIPOC will be a good start to do sothat you could come-out and classify those key measures into input, process, and output[Read more]

  • Priti
    I don’t quite get it.
    First you mentioned u were looking for project selection criterias, but then in your 2nd msg it seems you’re in the midst of doing analysis already.
    If customer complaint is the main issue you want to tackle, you may  start doing process mapping to identify where things went wrong. It will be good if at the end you…[Read more]

  • Waskita replied to the topic Paired t-test in the forum General 16 years, 4 months ago

    Guess you’re all right.
    Just realized that i might misinterpreted the word idiot which turns-out to be someone’s name which is also supported with my past reading on Darth’s comment on some topic in the past. My apology for that …
    Let’s not make this topic long as i already admit as above ….Cheers

  • Waskita replied to the topic Paired t-test in the forum General 16 years, 4 months ago

    DARTH!!! ..I’ve noticed few times that you’re always being rude to pople’s questions but you never actually provide any satisfactory answer nor assistance to the problems.
    What you know is only to post a sarcastic reply, embarasse others asif you’re smart.
    I tell you what, you are the one who is IDIOT who knows nothing about Six Sigma. Thus; you…[Read more]

  • Easy question, tough answer ;p
    The way to answer this is to work-out probability tree diagram.
    This way, it would derive you to a conclusion that the probability of passanger#100 sits in his proper sit is :
    = (1/100) + (99 x 99 x (1/factorial 100))
    = 0.01 + 0.0000000000000…..
    = approx 0.01