Sweet. It’s been nearly a year since I’ve paid attention here, including the whole crash and recovery. What do I see? The same guys, cracking the same lines.
Nice to know that not everything changes. Rock on, crusty old dudes.
luke skywalker replied to the topic Reply To: Re: Is Anybody Really Six-Sigma Capable? in the forum Is anybody really six-sigma capable? 10 years, 10 months ago
First, keep in mind that there are no ‘standards’ for any belt definition, so just stick to what your company has decided on to avoid many unnecessary headaches (and posts here).
Cool idea, trying to make standard deviation meaningful to a group of newbies. This might be a helpful exercise: Briefly discuss with the class “driving to work”. For…[Read more]
Before you get completely insulted by the reponses you are sure to receive on this, please consider what you’ve actually asked here. Your post shows that you’ve put no effort whatsoever into answering your own question.
Have you ever purchased anything? What makes you happy as a customer, or what makes you decide to stop doing business with someone?
Back before the rebellion was crushed, as Darth was rising to power, his mentor, the grand wizard Mikel, made a proclamation to the masses: “Behold. Green Belt wannabes, only for as long as you shall hold dearly to your control plans will your little processes operate at nearly th esigma level you have claimed. Without your intense…[Read more]
I’m sure there is an easier way to do it and you have stated such. It’s the warm sene of compassion for newbies that really chokes me up. Must be great for drumming up new business.
This sounds pretty cool.
Since you mention that both the parts and the measuring are leading edge, is it possible to effectively split this into a 2-part study, meaning you could potentially use a previous generation of part that might be more stable or at least better known to pin down the measurement variation? From there, part 2 would be to…[Read more]
Can you share what the parts are, or what they are made of? Also has anyone checked to ensure the measuring device is not broken?
I believe Villanova is the best!
Delta began their program within the maintenance division in 1998. Never had top level executive sponsorship though, so despite some great work, the overall business has not capitalized on it despite several critical moments such as 9/11, the subsequent bankruptcies, and their current merge with Northwest.
Hope you had a nice day in DC yesterday. I’ll take the bait on your taunt as one of the guys still here in the trenches, though no longer in the SS group.
Some interesting data – I just referenced Google finance for these stock prices, which is what publicly owned companies use to inidicate performance. Since Q3 of 2006 (to steer clear…[Read more]
Fun thread so far, and understandably frustrating if you’re sincere about getting a straight answer.
As books on SS go, it’s fine. They all have pros and cons and are all dependent on your starting point as an individual. If you’re going through GB, prsumably it’s provided by some trainer type with a big, honkin’ binder of power point slides.…[Read more]
“using” will be the term to define here. What we taught and what I see got nuthin to do with each other here. Well, that’s not true. Many more people can say “DMAIC” now.
It would seem that the Empire has located the rebellion’s current hide out, as the death star is powering it’s primary weapon for a demonstration of force. Tick tock…Rough time to be a Jedi.
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