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Tag Archives: business tools

The X-Files: Understanding Data

published on January 13, 2014

One of the key things learnt from 6Sigma is the ability to accurately measure and analyze the information your organization collects. This can be as technical or as general as your organization needs, the key is to understand the level …

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Understanding Process Capability

published on December 30, 2013

We’ve spent a fair amount of time learning the ins and outs of MSA’s, so this week I want to focus on process capability and how to understand the information you receive. What is Process Capability? In a nutshell Process …

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Six Sigma Tools: Normal Distribution

published on November 12, 2012

As we go over Six Sigma statistics, we have to talk about normal distribution. Before we get to that though we have to talk about why distribution is important to the way you interpret your data. In interpreting your data …

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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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Six Sigma Tools: Gemba Walk

published on May 14, 2012

In any lean project there are a ton of buzzwords, but the one thing that is a universal truth in all lean initiative is that for any tool used to be successful it must be understood. In today’s blog we …

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