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Category Archives: Six Sigma

6Sigma Tools: Pareto Analysis

published on June 11, 2012

The Pareto principle, most commonly known as the 80-20 rule, is known by business owners as the simple fact that 80% of your problems are caused by 20% of the people. Really the theory was about wealth and power distribution, but the …

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Using the Pareto Chart

published on November 21, 2011

You hear about this rule all the time from management, human resources and just about any business guru you can think of, so what exactly is it and how do you use it? The Pareto Chart, based on the Pareto …

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Analysis of Variance – Tools of the Trade

published on November 14, 2011

Around the world in dozens of offices, someone was trained and then given Six Sigma projects. Some were trained well and recognize that you won’t use every Six Sigma tool for every project. Some were trained by a self-important belt …

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