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Lean Six Sigma Project Types - GoLeanSixSigma.com

5 Lean Six Sigma Project Types

It's important to know what kind of Lean Six Sigma project you're considering. These are 5 classic project types to help you decide. If you're looking to conduct a Green Belt or a Black Belt project, then you should be working on a Process Improvement Project. Quick Win Implementation of a…

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7 Colorful And Helpful Lean Six Sigma Infographics - GoLeanSixSigma.com

7 Colorful & Helpful Lean Six Sigma Infographics

Infographics are an effective way to convey complex ideas in a simple way. Check out 7 of our most popular infographics below. Please feel free to share and check out our poster versions! Lean Six Sigma: DMAIC Infographic View the shortened DMAIC version here. 5S Infographic View the shortened 5S…

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Six Sigma: 3.4 DPMO Visualized Infographic

The following is a transcript of the infographic above: A Six Sigma process has a 99.99966% defect-free rate. This is equivalent to 3.4 DPMO (defects per million opportunities), or a single defect for every 294,000 units. How small does this look? The chart illustrates 1 defect in 294,000 units with…

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Six Sigma Statistically Visualized - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Six Sigma: Statistically Visualized Infographic

The following is a transcript of the infographic above: The term "Six Sigma" is based on a statistical concept: defective items can be minimized by maintaining 6 standard deviations (6 "sigmas") between the process mean (average) and its upper and lower specification limits. Six Sigma also accounts for the tendency…

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5S

5S is a five-step organization technique to create and maintain an intuitive workspace. The five steps are: Sort – Remove unnecessary items from the workplace. Set In Order – Arrange items so they are easily accessible. Shine – Clean the work area so it is neat and tidy. Standardize –…

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