• SPC Facebook icon
  • SPC Twitter icon
  • SPC LinkedIn icon
  • SPC RSS Feed icon

Leona's Blog

Leona Charles

Having a Look at the Critical to Quality Tree

published on January 9, 2012

Happy New Year! As 2012 unfolds I thought we would look at the Critical to Quality Tree and how it works. The Critical to Quality Tree is a tool that helps visually identify what activities are ‘critical’ to success. With …

Posted in Continuous Improvement | Tagged | Leave a comment

Six Sigma Tools: the Bull’s Eye Chart

published on December 19, 2011

The Bull’s Eye Chart is a visual representation of your goals and progress to date. Depending on your team the complexity of the chart can vary, but ideally it should be fairly simple to chart and interpret. As with all …

Posted in Six Sigma Tools | Leave a comment

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. …

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

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 …

Posted in Change Management, Continuous Improvement, Operational Excellence, Six Sigma | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

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 …

Posted in Six Sigma | Tagged , | Leave a comment

← Older posts | Newer posts →