The member will learn the basics of hypothesis testing
- If you've ever watched a crime or detective show,…you know that there's usually a crime committed…first thing at the start of the show,…and what usually follows is that detectives pursue leads…to test various theories,…and maybe one theory is that the butler…committed the crime,…another theory is that business partner is a guilty one,…and so on.…Based on their experience and expertise,…the detectives will select the likely theories to pursue.…They work on each selected theory by gathering any evidence,…facts and data.…
If there is insufficient evidence to support a theory,…they stop pursuing that theory.…However, if there is sufficient evidence…to support a theory,…they will make an arrest.…Theories are also called hypotheses.…This is an example of theory testing…or hypothesis testing.…So, what is hypothesis testing?…Hypothesis testing is sometimes called…the Scientific Method.…A theory or hypothesis is proposed,…then data or evidence is collected…to see if the theory is refuted or supported.…
If the theory or hypothesis is not supported,…
- 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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