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    Revanth
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    hello sir…
    i am an engineering student of the third year…i am interested to know whether this SIX SIGMA practice is going to help me in my immediate future and whether it is useful for me to join a course regarding the same during the final year of my engineering.

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    #65365

    Darth
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    I would recommend that you get at least 5 years of business experience before considering entering the professional. You presently do not possess the technical nor business experience. It is unlikely that you have any experience in project work or change management. Once you have acquired that experience you may possibly be able to contribute to the industry. But, until then, focus on acquiring that experience and knowledge once you graduate and get a job that will provide the relevant experience and skill sets.

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    #65370

    MBBinWI
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    Dear Revanth:  I agree with my good friend Dr. Darth – you need to gain some experience, but that doesn’t mean you cannot learn as much as you can about six sigma tools and statistics in general.  I will tell you that most academic environments do not do a good job of presenting statistics in a manner where their infinite utility to understanding the real world is essential.  Instead they focus on dice and card games.  When you can start to link the statistics to problems you are observing, and more importantly, explain to others how the system is behaving based on that statistical understanding, then you will be ready to take the step into the world of six sigma.

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    #65371

    MBBinWI
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    way too civilized over here.

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