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Would you create an A3 for each project?

Would you create an A3 for each project? If so, would someone potentially be discussing multiple A3’s per session? Yes, absolutely! I think it would be wonderful to see an practitioner potentially working 2 problems. You can certainly coach 2 A3s one after the other, but you may need to schedule more time.
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When do you introduce a Project Charter document?

When do you introduce a Lean Six Sigma Project Charter document? As this is often needed early on and is confused with the A3. There are different methods for discussing your project. One is an A3. Another is your Green Belt storyboard which could be more slides. The A3 is a one-page summary of the…
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How does the Project Storyboard relate to the A3?

When should a Storyboard complement the A3? When should it replace the A3? When should the A3 complement the Storyboard? When should the A3 replace the Storyboard? All great questions! We tend to use the A3 with the Sponsors, Process Owners and the Program Management office. They want to see the project at a glance…
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In regard to proving/disproving a hypothesis, when would the original data be sufficient vs. statistical tests in Minitab?

In the online trainings it discusses when stats are needed to prove or disprove the hypothesis. When is the original data sufficient vs. statistical tests in Minitab? What we think is obvious, others may not perceive that way. Good question! Hypothesis tests come into play when the stakes are high, and if the data makes…
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