Month: January 2007

Total 36 Posts

Control Charts – Part 3

Hello friends! This is the 3rd and final installment of all you wanted to know about control charts but were afraid to ask. In part 1 of the series we talked about the history and purpose of control charts. In part 2 we discussed three different control charts that are

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Control Charts – Part 2

Welcome back. This is part 2 of the 3 part series on control charts. As promised we will discuss the p, c, and u charts this evening. These control charts are used when we are dealing with attribute data, which is sometimes referred to as discrete data. Attribute Data Before

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Control Charts – Part 1

The wife is off to her monthly book club, the kids are in bed, and the dogs are doing what they excel at – absolutely nothing. So I thought I would settle in for a bit and begin the first of a 3 part series on one of my favorite

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I am Humbled

Humility From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaHumility is a quality or characteristic ascribed to a person who is considered to be humble. A humble person is generally thought to be unpretentious and modest: someone who does not think that he or she is better or more important than others. The concept

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Evolution of Dance

This has nothing to do with Lean or Six Sigma but is perhaps the funniest 6 minutes you will ever experience! If you prefer to watch a Lean video scroll down and watch the Toyota video. But not even Toyota can compete with this guy! Enjoy and remember to smile

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