The sunny August 2004, the period when i had to move out of operations after having called as dead wood for speaking sense. Things were unclear and i had to compare myself with a tired soldier walking through slippery snow. 720 more words
Tags » Six Sigma
Six Sigma is a management methodology which allows companies to use data to eliminate defects in any process. For a process to have achieved Six Sigma, a process must not produce a defect – that is anything outside of customer specifications – more often than 3.4 times per million opportunities. 762 more words
In day 8 I shared a quick exercise on following directions, By the feedback I received there were plenty of failures.
Today I will give some bullet points on what happens if we don’t follow procedures or if we follow them just 99% of the time. 162 more words
There’s an interesting discussion over on one of the Process Improvement Groups at LinkedIn prompted by someone posing the question: “6 Sigma first, or Lean?”. 299 more words