Collapsing the Six Sigma Learning Curve

I believe we are teaching people things they don’t need to know to solve problems they don’t have to impress people they don’t like.

You don’t have to know everything about statistics to do Six Sigma projects. What you need to know adheres to the 4/50 Rule: 4% of the knowledge will deliver over 50% of the results.

And if you automate the formulas and decision trees using QI Macros, you can collapse the learning curve in such a way that “No Belts” can go from zero to hero in a matter of hours. Here’s how:


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