Monthly Archives: March 2010

A good Project / Team charter, how ?

Recently, there were many project mining activities with the aim to find the “right” Six Sigma project to do. Project chartering probably is the first “fine-tuning” process to ensure the undertaking Six Sigma project will bring substantial benefit to the … Continue reading

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How about GB certification criteria ?

Today, there are 2 potential GB candidates asking about the certification process and criteria for Green Belt ( GB ). In our organization, the certification criteria is based on followings : Attended fully the all phases of training ( 100% … Continue reading

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Six Sigma vs Lean. Which is better?

Recently, it became hot topic when Toyota USA announced recall due to “sticky pedal” problem which was reported to have claimed lives of its consumers! Many arguments arisen. One struck me was the condemn of failure on Lean / Toyota … Continue reading

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What’s the criteria for MBB certification then ?

Also, arguments on what should be the criteria for MBB certification continued. Scenario 1 : One argued that certified MBB shall meet following criteria : Must be a certified BB. Attended fully the all kinds of soft skill training ( … Continue reading

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BB Certification. What’s the criteria ?

Recently, there were arguments on what should be the criteria for BB certification. Scenario 1 : One argued that as long as the BB candidate meet following criteria, he/she should be certified. Attended fully the all phases of training ( … Continue reading

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