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Category Archives: Six Sigma Tools

Six Sigma Tools: Scaled Data

published on October 8, 2012

Continuing on my mission to make Six Sigma something that anyone can understand, today I want to keep the statistics conversation going with the scaled data, scales of measurement and what they mean to your company. There are four scales of …

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Six Sigma Tools: Understanding Data

published on October 1, 2012

This blog is about Six Sigma data analysis. Because statistics are such a big part of the Six Sigma world, it makes sense that we talk about the data that is gathered and what it means. So here we go…. …

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Using Six Sigma to Measure Statistics

published on September 24, 2012

In this blog we have talked about a lot about  the tools used in a change project, but I think that it is time we talk about the information that drives the project-the statistics.  The old adage is that the …

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6Sigma Tools: Process Control Categories

published on September 10, 2012

In this blog we have talked a lot about the different tools we can use in our improvement projects, but it’s my professional opinion that knowing why something works is as good as if not better than knowing that it …

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6Sigma Tools: Process Mapping Levels

published on August 6, 2012

This week we will continue our discussion on process mapping, I promise it will not go on forever, but it does have a lot of intricacies. Many people think that process mapping is just putting some shapes on a diagram, …

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