The One-Sample T-Test is a hypothesis test that determines whether a statistically significant difference exists…
Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma success stories and news from around the web for the week of February 29, 2016.
“The P.E.I. facility develops and manufactures clinical chemistry reagents and diagnostic tests, primarily for cardiovascular, liver, and infectious diseases, and diabetes.” Recently, with an annual revenue growth spurt of 125% and increased staffing, P.E.I. is training all employees in Lean Six Sigma. This will empower the team along with the growth to “see problems and promote efficiencies.”
According to Justice Stephen Breyer, the courts system must provide value to its users. How can the system provide value instead of driving out the main people of the litigation system and putting people through lengthy and money-eating processes? Those in law are now seeing the benefits of implementing DMAIC to current processes to improve the federal courts system.
IndustryWeek reports that Applied Technical Services (ATS), is a plant in rapid lean transition. Two years ago, the Washington state based company operated under a lot of chaos. Since then, there’s been over $73k in savings generated from Lean Six Sigma improvement projects.