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  • #43040

    Sri Harsha
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    Hello there,
    Just came to understand about this website.  Very good site.
    I am happy to let you know that I took the trainning on GB last month and just now came to understand that I have cleared the GB certification exam.  While waiting on the results I was surfing for some starter jobs in Six-sigma, but found none…the main things I am watching is BB, MBB  and beyond.
    I am a QA manager in IT industry having 10+ years experience.  I was wondering if any one of you can advise me with this as I am very keen to take up the job in Six-sigma projects.  I am sure quality without sixsigma is not complete quality.
    Please advise,
    Sri

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    #136221

    Zero_Cool
    Member

    Sri Harsha,
    Wow. Greenbelt is a great accomplishment !!  But before I answer your question, would you be so kind to answer mine?
    What is Six Sigma anyway?? Why is it useful to have such methodology in place?? Can we use Capability Analysis in determining how much PPM is outside the specification for a process with Exponential distribution?? You know what is the difference between F and t distribution?? When do we need to use F and t-distribution?? How many kind of process / service distribution do you know?? How can we treat / correct multi-modal process?? How  many documented succesful projects you have created?? How big is the savings??
    Six Sigma is no a fad but it will be soon if there are people focus on how much they could earn on a certification probably they deserve (who knows). Not because you have the certification or pass the examination, means you can get something and you can do the things already. You need to earn and prove it. And you can prove it by the numbers of successful project you have luched. I have trained several GB in my organization and three (3) project in a year is the minimum requirement with total saving of US$ 20,000. Then, the certification.  
    You can do project in your own organization since SS applies both on process and service.     
    Zero_Cool

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    #136234

    Neeleman
    Member

    Hi Zero,
    Not a very motivating reply … Is that the way you train your people too, and is that the reason why the total savings of your GB projects are so low? You probably know a lot about statistics, but your soft skills need some more attention I guess.
    I always wonder with these kind of replies, is this the way we should help our new enthousiastic members?
    Regards,Ronald

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    #136238

    Ashman
    Member

    I agree with Ronald. Please refrain from putting  such demotiviating posts. It would be better to keep your mouth (laptop) shut.
    Hi Shree,
    Before trying  for any full time six sigma role, it would be better if you do two/ three GB projects. This would help you in understanding the concepts more clearly.
    Steve

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    #136249

    Zero_Cool
    Member

    Ronald,
    Demotivating, yes I should say. But, I have done it on purpose though. Who would you think will make the spanking here if you have seen someone straying on the great idea of SS methodology ? Or, your are one of those unfortunate people wanted to be GB, BB, or MBB in the promise of good fortune that it will bring to you.
    Also, would you please get back on my previous post. Its state there that ;  MINIMUM savings for a GB project. Its not the amount ($) that matter in the our certification of GB, its on how the way they utilized the tools.   
    Do you notice how SS was spreading nowadays?? Is there any QUALITY and PRIDE left ?? Or was it utilized to gather more with less?? Was SS becoming a FAD as what had happen to TQM?? Only you can answer and I hope you noticed it.
    PRIDE are loss everytime we see post asking how can a single person earn more even still in the process of certification.
    Hey, just my sentiment.  If you can’t take it, don’t read my post. You will feel it later. The “FORCE”,  I mean…Anyway, that’s where the name stands.
    Zero_Cool      

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    #136251

    Kcliff
    Participant

    Sri, way to go!!
    I am the Director of Performance Improvement within my company and a MBB as well.  The advice I would give someone within my organization, should they want to persue a career beyond Green Belt, is don’t stop.  Get trained and certified as a Black Belt as well.  While doing this, work on several smaller scale projects to demonstrate your ability and mastery.
    Also, you are already in a great position within your own organization to demonstrate solving problems using facts and fact-based decision making.  Gently demand anyone who presents you with “solutions” to show you their data.  You want to be the person who is known in your company as the one who manages by facts not by guts.
    Good luck on your achievement!

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    #136252

    Zero_Cool
    Member

    Steve,
    Whoaaaww. Great !! Do you always agree with something !! Would you be cleaver enough to stand on your own feet and walk in your own dirty shoes?? It least, I have my own side of the land to stand to.
    That’s what’s democracy means men. Sadly, I can do whatever I wanted to. 
     If you don’t like my post, dont read it. That’s it !! But don’t ask me to stop for you cannot. And, was your suggestion same with my previous post or do you have anything NOT copied to post here… Wonderful idea, huh??  :-)) LOL……  
    If I do sound demotivating as you coined me, for I have my own reason to be so. And, I will not be telling you the reason….since you might COPY it again…   :-)) I’m just helping you.
    Peace men. Hold back your double edge light saber !! Sith..
    Zero_Cool 
       

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    #136260

    Neeleman
    Member

    Despite the fact that it is not allowed by Zero to agree, I agree with Kcliff ! This is a much more motivating response.
    However I try to understand you Zero. I didn’t recognize the question of Sri as one of trying to earn more money because of Six Sigma certification. And in addition I don’t understand how your response would filter the true belts from the ones who just try to gather more money for themselves.
    I guess I practice Six Sigma with pride and quality and still I like the money as well. In the end succesful belts will be recognized by their results (not even how to work with the tools), so actually it is easy to keep the system alive.
    Regards,Ronald 

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