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Six Sigma Control Charts

published on November 28, 2011

In keeping with my last post on Six Sigma tools and how to use them, I thought this week we would discuss control charts. In Six Sigma, control charts are a staple, but like every tool it as its limitations. …

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Six Sigma Strategies, Part 1

published on October 11, 2011

I have covered some specific Six Sigma topics in previous blog posts, but now I want to put up a general guideline for using Six Sigma principles and tools.  This post is the first in a series that tells you …

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Continuous Flow Manufacturing Can Help You!

published on September 19, 2011

Continuous Flow Manufacturing (CFM) is an improvement effort that is used in manufacturing to achieve a balanced production line with minimal waste, defect free production and cost savings. True this is the definition for most improvement techniques, but CFM is …

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The Force of Six Sigma

published on September 7, 2011

  In change projects there are a million tools that you can use and everybody tells you change needs to happen, but no one shows you how. One tool that you can use to identify change forces and change barriers …

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The What Theory?

published on August 19, 2011

What’s That Theory? I know some of you have taken the plunge and hired a belt, good for you! You’ve taken the first step to improving the quality of your service or product, but just because you’ve hired a belt …

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