What books are you reading?
All of mine have DFSS as DMADV, DMADOV, or IDDOV). 5 years, 11 months ago
Generically, there are 3 great things you can do:
1) start organizing your recent experiences and accomplishments using SMART (Specific, measurable, actionable, relevant, and timely.)
2) look up common behavioral interview questions (ex. ‘tell me about a time you ….’) and prepare your answers.
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Creating a matching organization is a great idea. But how would you establish checks and balances?
How could an organization that puts this together be certain that the volunteer will put in the effort? How could a volunteer know that they’d get the support (data, contextual knowledge, etc) they need to progress?
Perhaps some mix of financial…[Read more]
Amarghatak, baseline sigma comes from the rate of defects. In other words, defects per opportunities. If you know – or can derive – the number of defects, you are all set.
That’s a broad ask, Doug. I like Chris & CFB’s suggestions. If you can clarify the constraints, audience, and purpose of the meeting, we could likely hep more.
In the generic sense I refer people to these items here: http://www.sixsigmastudyguide.com/new-to-six-sigma-start-here/ 5 years, 11 months ago
While I’m sorry you’re frustrated, Daniel, part of me is glad to see it happens to other people! I’ve been in similar shoes. And I’ve coached people through similar situations.
The bad news is that you have to persevere.
The good news is that you’re almost ready to have a breakthrough – even though it doesn’t seem like it. Even though the…[Read more]