The majority of questions around statistics require you to understand the formulas and their purpose as opposed to run calculations. Less than 1% of the questions require calculations – and the answers are multiple choice. We use easy to understand language, and although we require you to be able to display data that shows improvement in your project storyboard –

Facts and data are the hallmark of good problem solving – but all too often we don’t have enough data or the right kind of data to make good decisions. In Lean Six Sigma we frequently call upon statistical methods, where we know that having an adequate sample size is important. Simplifying Statistical Jargon Statistics come with their own rules,

Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma news from around the web for the week of July 21, 2014. In India, A Home-Cooked Lunch Stands The Test Of Time In Mumbai, traditional dabbawalas still hand-deliver 200,000 hot meals each day from home to offices and schools. The dabbawalas worked through severe floods in 2005 and terrorist attacks in

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