Quality Pioneers – The Evolution of Six Sigma – Third in a series

One of the first assignments in our Black Belt course deals with the origins of the continuous improvement approach that we know today as Six Sigma.  Many students are surprised to learn that the body of knowledge and the tools and techniques have been evolving for well over 100 years. This article is the third […] read more

On February 15th, 2017, posted in: Articles, Six Sigma by Tags: ,

Quality Pioneers – the Evolution of Six Sigma – second in a series

One of the first assignments in our Black Belt course deals with the origins of the continuous improvement approach that we know today as Six Sigma.  Many students are surprised to learn that the body of knowledge and the tools and techniques have been evolving for well over 100 years. This article is the second […] read more

On February 2nd, 2017, posted in: Articles, Six Sigma by Tags: ,

Quality Pioneers – The Evolution of Six Sigma – First in a Series

One of the first assignments in our Black Belt course deals with the origins of the continuous improvement approach that we know today as Six Sigma.  Many students are surprised to learn that the body of knowledge and the tools and techniques have been evolving for well over 100 years. This article is the first […] read more

On January 20th, 2017, posted in: Articles, Six Sigma by Tags: ,

What Six Sigma tool should I use?

Figuring out what tools to use during the course of a Six Sigma project is a challenge.  Not all tools will be used on all projects.  The analogy I use in the classroom is a mechanic with a toolbox.  In the tool box are different types of tools – screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers, and so on.  The tool […] read more

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