The member will learn about variation and characteristics of the normal curve
- Remember in school when you were told…that only a certain percentage of students…will get an A, B, or C because the class…is graded on a curve?…Well, that curve is the normal curve.…In this movie, I will discuss variation…and the normal curve.…Let me illustrate with an example.…How long does it take you…to travel to work each morning?…Maybe an average of 60 minutes.…On some days, it's as short as 45 minutes,…while on other days, it may take…as long as 75 minutes, and everyday is a little different.…
It varies.…That's what we call variation.…Let's plot it.…Each dot represents each day's travel time.…The dots pile up vertically if travel times are the same.…For no reason, it varies, taking you longer…on some days, and shorter on other days.…The variation is random.…As you can see, this natural, random variation…forms a bell-shaped curve.…This bell-shaped curve is called the normal curve,…or normal distribution.…
Your average, or mean, is in the middle at 60 minutes.…Since the majority of the travel time is between…
- 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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