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Infographic - Lean Or Six Sigma - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Lean or Six Sigma? (Infographic)

Lean and Six Sigma, two popular process improvement methods, work together as Lean Six Sigma to help people and organizations achieve their goals of making customers happy, engaging workforces, reducing errors and costs, and much more. Here are the differences between them and the benefits when they're combined. Do you…

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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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Who Benefits From Using Lean Six Sigma

Industries & Job Functions That Benefit From Lean Six Sigma

  Who benefits from using Lean Six Sigma? Anyone who has problems to solve including: Industries Healthcare Hi-Tech Government Retail Finance Hospitality ...Any industry that has problems to solve!  Functions Customer Service Manufacturing Accounting Operations Sales HR & IT ...All functions that have problems to solve!  Tell us how you…

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Six Sigma DPMO Visualized - GoLeanSixSigma.com

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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