It starts to get a bit unwieldy at 10 people. So if there are more than 10 people, then start to be more selective.
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I would ask them for their input. Get them to participate to understand what that gesture really means. Once they have been heard then the topic is open for group discussion. Groups will often help you with negative participants.
Good question. There is a great webinar that you might want to check out that goes into more depth on data collection; “How to Successfully Collect Process Data for Your Lean Six Sigma Project (Link: https://goleansixsigma.com/webinar-successfully-collect-process-data-lean-six-sigma-project/),”Your baseline is basically the…