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Gary Smith

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    Gary Smith
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    I agree with Straydog and Mark Paulonis that: 1) IT and Six Sigma make poor bedfellows, unless; 2) the IT portion of the project is executed as a sub-project.

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    Gary Smith
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    The easy answer would be “anything in manufacturing”, but that’s not helpful. What other training do you have (e.g., Operations Management; Engineering)? Quality Assurance/Control is often associated with Six Sigma and shares some of the same tools, so this is also an option.

    Good luck in your search.

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    Gary Smith
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    In most cases, one can skip directly to Green Belt training. This will get you through the Design and Measure parts of DMAIC. However, to progress beyond Green Belt to address the Analyze, Improve, and Control phases (also applies to DMADV and other variants), you’ll definitely have to be sharp in your basic-to-moderate statistics skills.

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