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    Laurent
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    Hello,
    I would like to start a black belt e-learning training. I have a couple of questions. 
    1) Which good web providers would you recommend ?  I have checked Juran and Motorola stuff and I am bit disappointed because the web learning is almost as expensive as the physical’s!
    2) I am considering buying the minitab software. Could you tell me the + / – vis a vis using excell ?

    thanks a lot
    Laurent  

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    Eric Maass
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    1) I would suggest that you develop some decision criteria for your e-learning, then evaluate the various alternatives using that criteria. Price would be one criteria – what do you consider reasonable? – but what are the other criteria? Schedule flexibility?…2) Minitab was developed specifically for statistical analyses.  Excel has some great add-ins that can do most of what you need, but it will be harder to do some of the more sophisticated analyses rigorously.If you already have Excel, then the Excel option may be less expensive for you, depending on what Excel add-in or add-ins you would get.  For example, Motorola University provides SigmaXL as an add-in for some courses.  We use Crystal Ball as an add-in for Monte Carlo simulation.
    Please feel free to email me if you have any follow-up questions: eric.maass@motorola.com

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