Hi Joseph, Welcome! I would encourage you to connect with people in the industry, through LinkedIn or other in-person meetups, because many get reached out to with opportunities that may not work for them, but they could point recruiters in your direction.
Also keep an eye on remote opportunities, not just those in your location!
Glad to see your interested in learning more! My favorite book isn’t one that really talks directly about Six Sigma, but it’s a great book to help people understand how to apply statistical process control to situations that most people experience already. It’s called Understanding Variation: The Key to Managing Chaos by Donald Wheeler.…[Read more]
It generally would be a more powerful analysis with less data if you use continuous data. If there is an ideal result (e.g. x mm diameter), then you can measure how far off the ideal each piece is. That gives you far more information than Yes/No for In/Out of spec per piece. If you use In/Out of spec then you will need to get many more data points…[Read more]