Monthly Archives: July 2013

Six Sigma Project Performance

Over the last several decades, Six Sigma has defined, established and exploited the real-world connections between quality and business. As Six Sigma has refined its focus on “breakthrough improvement,” we have witnessed a commensurate increase in the key measures of … Continue reading

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Six Sigma Training Projects

First, training projects are just that — a part of the overall training scheme.  Generally speaking, Six Sigma projects are selected based on their potential to yield a business result that is tangible and significant.  Seldom are projects selected on … Continue reading

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Grade Vs. Quality

This conversation is largely about the differences between the Grade of something and its inherent Quality.  Far too often, people become confused by the use of these two terms.  They frequently believe that “high quality stuff” simply costs more.  We’ve … Continue reading

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Putting America Back to Work

This video begins by quickly over viewing Six Sigma and then progresses to demonstrate how Six Sigma can be used to put $3.8 Trillion back into the U.S. economy each year through improvements by small business. Online MindPro Black Belt … Continue reading

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