The member will learn how to plan for data collection to prove the causes or key Xs
- If you ever watched or read a tale of Sherlock Holmes,…you know that he does not just stumble upon evidence.…He has a rigorous plan…for gathering information and evidence.…He considers how he will collect it,…who he will talk to,…and where he should go.…He has a plan for data collection.…So, let's imagine ourselves as Sherlock Holmes…and let's discuss how to plan for data collection…to test hypotheses during the analyze phase…of a Six Sigma project.…Planning for data collection in the analyze phase starts…with the following questions.…
What is the theory or hypothesis to be tested?…For example, you suspect that oven temperatures used…are not consistent from store to store,…or from chef to chef,…even within a same store.…What type of hypothesis test should be used?…For example, if we want to test…for differences among groups,…in this case, differences in average oven temperatures…between pizza stores or between the chefs in each store,…what data is needed?…In our example, it would be oven temperature by store,…
- What is Six Sigma?
- Understanding key concepts such as Y = f(x) and sigma level
- Selecting Six Sigma projects and team members
- Planning in the Define phase
- Gathering data in the Measure phase
- Analyzing data in the Analyze phase
- Selecting and evaluating solutions in the Improve phase
- Developing a control plan in the Control phase
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Introduction to Six Sigma
2. Key Concepts in Six Sigma
3. Selection of Six Sigma Projects
4. Define Phase
5. Measure Phase
6. Analyze Phase
7. Improve Phase
8. Control Phase
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