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  • Well, that’s what it’s all about. Why else would define “defect” as a variance outside of customer specifications? But it is true that we sometimes find that customers aren’t as satisfied with improved quality as we think they should be. That’s usually because we’re trying to improve what we think they want, rather than what they actually want.…[Read more]

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  • #2 should be given more emphasis.

    Team member selection, project scope, champion selection, and alignment with business “pains” are so critical.

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  • Anyone has six sigma black belt questions to practice please? Thanks in advance for your help…very much appreciated

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  • Well, this is just a failytale question asked to me. I answered as detection thinking that detecting the failure would enable us to work on severity or occurrence but now rethinking and curious to know what could have been the right answer.

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  • Thank you!

  • homework question?

    Basically many of us know severity doesn’t change with changes in the process unless the defect itself changes….for example, too high of pH material would hurt someone was the old severity and unless something like buffering of solution or something would prevent the defect from being such high pH (then the defect would need…[Read more]

  • I want to compliment you on posting, digesting, and reposting.

    Nice discussion.

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  • Interview question:
    We all know Severity, occurrence and detection are the key to identify the risk while designing or establishing a process. If given a chance to work and modify only one among severity, occurrence or detection to reduce RPN, what that would be and why?

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