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I have recently completed the "Six Sigma Course." My background is in Engineering, which includes a graduate degree. I have spent the last ten years in the Quality and Reliability field, and have never fully grasped the concepts and principles of statistics until this course.

I signed up for the Six Sigma Black Belt class to further my understanding of statistics, reliability, and to assist in solving some of the reliability problems experienced by my current employer in manufacturing electronic equipment. The Six Sigma class was taught in a comprehensive and practical manner with numerous case studies. It provided much more than the typical statistics found in many Six Sigma course outlines. The in-depth explanations of how, when, and why, enabled the students to go beyond the use of the tools and advance toward mastery of the Six Sigma material. I found the course to be an exceptional educational experience. The material presented is invaluable in learning new methods and techniques to solve problems, establish business performance excellence, and make decisions that are beneficial to the long-term financial performance of an organization. Personally, I have added numerous tools to my skill set that will enhance my professional development, and I have already been able to utilize the material to benefit my company. I have a greater appreciation for the powerful tools associated with Six Sigma and its value in achieving success in any organization.

--M.H.

Random Heresy

You know how sometimes you think everyone knows a secret that they haven’t let you in on? Well, I had the opposite happen to me the other day. I assumed everyone knew the purpose for measurement system analysis (MSA), a.k.a. gauge repeatability and reproducibility; but I found out that a n

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News Flash

Six Sigma's lead instructor Steven Ouellette wrote an article with Dr. Jeffrey Luftig on "The Decline of Ethical Behavior in Business."

 


 

Six Sigma Online's lead instructor Steven Ouellette was profiled in the June 2008 issue of Quality Digest magazine. If you want to learn more about Steve's peculiar view of the world, as well as what he studied for a year in Europe, read the profile online.