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    ashraf
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    dear sirs,
    i m quality control engineer in steel construction company , i m 6 years excepeeince
    i want to learn six sigma , but i dont know
    1- steel workshops need six sigma or not?
    2-which belt should i start
     
                                                                  thank you
     

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    #180920

    Darth
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    Dearest Ashraf,I am glad that you are interested in joining the Six Sigma profession. Unfortunately, at this time steel workshops are exempt from using six sigma because of their long history of efficiency and quality. As for color, it is common practice amongst six sigma professionals to choose a belt color that matches their office.

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    #180923

    Devo
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    Darth, you are so bad….funny, but bad….

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    #180924

    Nolan
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    I disagree vehemently with Darth. You should choose a belt color that goes well with your hair. Your office is far too temporary to use for colorization.

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    #180933

    Obiwan
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    Darth
    I assume that this means you have a pink belt?  Or is it purple?  Or orange?
    Obi

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    #180936

    Mikel
    Member

    1. Not.  Anyone who take 3.4 dpmo seriously has rocks in his head.
    2. Always go for the white belt … then you can dye it any colour you want …

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    #180937

    ashraf
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    I dont haave any belt , but I read little bit in six sigma and i found it very useful  , so i want to learn it .
    i m quality control engineer in steel company
    just i want to know how to start

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    #180941

    CT
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    1, Yes
    2, I would start at Green and work upwards, this is not for the belt but it should give you the level of training you’ll need to find out if you can do the roll or not. What you will need though is a Black belt mentor.

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    #180943

    Jasper
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    1. yes, construction industry steel needs six sigma2. safety belt

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    #180946

    Taguchi
    Member

    You need SS
    Start with the “colourless” belt!

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    #180951

    Yasser
    Member

    Shame on you people
    Ashraf , people are making fun with you .
    of course any business can benefit from six sigma and you can start by green belt six sigma please visit
    http://www.asq.org/certification/six-sigma-green-belt/index.html

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    #180953

    Taguchi
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    Not true!
    The start point is the white or yellow belt
     

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    #180957

    RC
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    You’re beating a dead horse.

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    #180960

    Darth
    Participant

    OK Ashraf, since you are persistent about learning about Six Sigma, just look to the left blue bar and find the link called “New to Six Sigma”. That will get you started.

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    #180961

    Mikel
    Member

    Hey – go imitate Eric from Motorola. Only dumb people imitate Stan.

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    #180964

    Jose Mendoza
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    Mr. Ashraf
    In both Lean and Six Sigma endevour you must approach it by Top Down approach method. If the initiative is done the other way your program bound to fail. Making that statement, to have sucess you must advocate and train several belts needed to support your program. In my company we have a Green Belt training available to whoever wants to take it. By having the training available throughout the facility it helps them to understand what is Lean and Six Sigma about and what it can do for them especially in their area.
    I normally conduct the training for the our facility. Several of my colleagues in other facility have a step program. These steps starting from the “Yellow belts” and then to “Green Belts”. But I incorporate both in my Green Belt training. Even though the training is available to everybody, I still recruit personnel that I know will make the impact in the project  just like picking your best player from group.
    Remember it is a team approach and you must train several Green Belts to help you drive this program in order to be successful.
    Good Luck.
    Jose

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