This article was intended for lean six sigma practitioners and explains how to generate and interpret ANOM charts for the purpose of stratifying data to compare means and standard deviations. This content was drawn directly from our SigmaXL Statistical Analysis Handbook which is available here.
Changes are afoot here at the Soarent Vision office, all positive I might add. The technology in our professional learning hub has allowed to deliver our lean six sigma training and certification program in a more simplified way. This is great for us and offers much better access options to our customers.
It’s finally here after almost a decade of reserving this for the big corporations – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training with the man who wrote the book; George Lee Sye.
I’m often asked “What’s the best way to begin the analysis of data so that we don’t get bogged down and we solve the problem as efficiently as possible?” Here’s how you can achieve that.
Since the P-value of 0.075 is greater than the alpha of 0.05 … wait, stop, what am I saying? Nobody I speak to on a day to day basis knows what the hell I’m talking about. If you do, can you explain what a P value is? Let me attempt to explain what it is […]
I recently delivered another one of my ‘statistics’ training courses in Perth. Now before you turn up your nose and shudder at the thoughts of stats, I’m talking about practical decision making by drawing information from data … something every manager should be able to do well. During this course I promised I would give […]
We all want to influence the behaviour of others; both at home and at work … and part of that is pitching your ideas so that you get buy in from the people you pitch them to. Here’s a peek into the psychology that underpins the most influential ways to present information.
Fellow change agents! Here’s an idea for you to ponder – “Space must exist before it can be filled.”
Part 2 of this article series describes an additional 6 principles modelled on Steve Jobs for creating and delivering amazingly influential presentations. (Continued from Part 1)
No matter what you might think of Apple products or Steve Jobs himself, there is absolutely no doubt that we can learn much from the way he presents Apple products to the world. Here is Part 1 of a 2 part article series.