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Project Schedule - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Project Schedule

  What is the Project Schedule? The Project Schedule provides a timeline that allows Green Belt and Black Belt Candidates know which phase of DMAIC they should be in and when their deliverables are due. It's a great way to stay on track for certification. To learn how to use…

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Lean Six Sigma Q&A - GoLeanSixSigma.com

When implementing Lean and Six Sigma, which tools should be implemented first for different sized organizations?

This is a great question. Unfortunately, there isn’t a cut and dry answer. In my experience, it isn’t so much the size of the company as where and when you put continuous improvement skills into play. Of course, organizational leadership determines the desired outcomes so that’s going to drive a lot of this. Smaller companies…
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3 Levels Of A Fix - GoLeanSixSigma.com

3 Levels of a “Fix”

With over 30 years in continuous improvement, I have had the opportunity to hear from and study with a number of truly learned people. In the early 80’s, I was part of what was essentially a Deming User’s group. Through conferences and meetings, I got to meet and learn from…

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How To Win The Confidence Game - GoLeanSixSigma.com

How to Win the Confidence Game

Facts and data are the hallmark of good problem solving – but all too often we don’t have enough data or the right kind of data to make good decisions. In Lean Six Sigma we frequently call upon statistical methods, where we know that having an adequate sample size is…

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Belt Levels Of Lean Six Sigma - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Belt Levels of Lean Six Sigma

Process improvement can be challenging, but if the right people with the right Lean Six Sigma skills are involved, then significant and sustainable change can be achieved. Here are the belt levels in Lean Six Sigma. Which role will you play? White Belt Understands the structure and goals of Lean Six…

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Black Belt Project Example: 76% Reduction In Scrap Money

Our learners deliver results. Jeff Owens, a GoLeanSixSigma.com Black Belt and Quality Manager from Texas, reduces costs from Bent/Scratched/Damaged (BSD) scrap for building envelopes by 76%.  Jeff's success with Lean Six Sigma jump started the organization's Lean Six Sigma effort, helping them build momentum towards additional improvements. Tune in to our…

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How to Create a Run Chart in SigmaXL

What is a Run Chart? A Run chart is a graph that displays data in sequence over time. This kind of chart can display continuous or discrete data and generally appears with a median or average line. Learn more about Run Charts in Green Belt Training. How to Create a Run Chart in SigmaXL Download the GoLeanSixSigma.com Pareto…

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