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This topic contains 8 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Mike Carnell 3 weeks ago.

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  • #706335 Reply

    Hello,

    What are the steps to execute Six Sigma project? Can anybody guide.
    For eg: collect data, conduct normalization test,…..

    Kindly reply.

    Regards,
    Pravin

    #706336 Reply

    Oh wow, I beat Mike to your post. This page is a good guide:

    https://www.isixsigma.com/new-to-six-sigma/dmaic/six-sigma-dmaic-roadmap/

    #706339 Reply

    @pravin25 Please be sure to search the site before posting your questions to the forum. We have more than a decade’s worth of articles, blogs and forum discussions. And although the iSixSigma audience can be extremely helpful, they are not here to do your work for you.

    #706342 Reply

    @KatieBarry – Then there is no use of this forum if nobody is ready to share their knowledge, lessons learnt, best practices, templates etc. Your statement ‘And although the iSixSigma audience can be extremely helpful, they are not here to do your work for you’ is contradicting.

    #706343 Reply

    Hi Pravin,

    The reason you are getting that response is because you are asking a wide ranging basic question. What specifically are you looking for? If it’s literally a step by step of how to conduct a six sigma project I’d liken it to going to the garage and asking a mechanic how he fixes cars. You wouldn’t expect a detailed or indeed useful answer.

    In your reply to Katie it seems like you are asking for peoples best practices/lessons learned etc but you don’t ask anything like that in your original question. Perhaps if you refine your question to something meaningful more members will take the time to answer

    #706346 Reply

    To add to what @Daniel.S, @KatieBarry, @Mike-Carnell, and @cseider have said. The posts you have made to this forum present you in the light of someone who expects everyone else to do all of the work for them. Your posts also give the impression that you have neither made any attempt to investigate anything on your own using things like Google search nor do you have any interest in doing so.

    To add to what @Daniel.S has said – just go over to the thread started by @chebetz look at the title of that post – Why is Sample Size N>=30 Sufficient – and look at how Tom phrased his question. It is obvious he has done some work, given the issue some thought, presented his understanding of the issue and THEN asked for some help. You will also notice that help was provided.

    #706353 Reply

    @pravin25 My statement is not contradictory.

    If you have a question about a process or tool (for example) for which you include details about what you’ve tried, what isn’t working, and what you’re trying to figure out, you will get a lot of help.

    If you ask questions that Google or our site’s search can answer with a simple click, you should not expect to receive assistance.

    #706373 Reply

    @pravin25 “Then there is no use of this forum if nobody is ready to share their knowledge, lessons learnt, best practices, templates etc”

    That statement isn’t about refusal to share. That is the statement of someone who is to lazy to do any of their own work. Everybody else is treating you like some Faberge egg. I won’t do that because you have actually shown a large group of people your proclivity to do absolutely nothing on your own and simultaneously expecting people to do your job.

    Thwere was a group that used to post here called the “Usual Suspects.” @Darth and @Stan were absolute masters at dealing with you type of arrogance.

    #706374 Reply

    @liamh Nice post. Very happy to see you are taking care of the DF. Katie does a good job but she can’t be the lone voice. Thank you.

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