Economic Impact and Project Selection

Our Six Sigma Green Belt course includes a lesson on project selection.  Students are tasked to identify three or more potential improvement projects and make estimates of the cost to plan and execute the projects in dollars as well as the economic impact of completing the projects in dollars.   They then must explain which project […] read more

What Is The Perfect Process and How Is It Achieved?

In an earlier article entitled Zero Defects – Realistic Goal or Dream?  I stated that achieving zero defects is not a dream at all but rather a realistic goal to be pursued.   In our Black Belt course, our students are challenged to complete an improvement project where they create an improved process that is […] read more

On October 7th, 2017, posted in: Articles, Six Sigma by Tags: , ,

Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

A metric that is commonly used in Lean Six Sigma is Overall Equipment Effectiveness, or OEE. OEE can be used to help target key areas for improvement. It is a way to measure equipment performance in three major areas where losses or waste may occur. Although OEE is most commonly applied in manufacturing, it can […] read more

On February 16th, 2016, posted in: Articles, Six Sigma by Tags: , ,