Understanding DOE and Planning Experiments in Six Sigma identify the purposes of design of experiments (DOE) match key design of experiments (DOE) concepts with examples recognize a balanced experiment from its design table recognize factors that should be blocked and randomized in a given scenario distinguish between reasons for using
Overview/Description A busy personal life has a direct correlation to your productivity level at your job. Get control of your tasks at home and that will help your productivity level at work, making you better able to stick to schedules and meet deadlines by reducing the stress and distractions that come from trying to juggle home and work at the same time.
Forging Ahead with Perseverance and Resilience recognize what it takes to persevere recognize examples of self-trust that support and sustain perseverance choose the people to include in your circle of trust recognize the characteristics of resiliency use strategies for resilience to improve your perseverance recognize actions that help you build
Taking Stock of Your Work/Life Balance recognize common symptoms of an out-of-balance life recognize the benefits of achieving a healthy work/life balance identify the elements to analyze when assessing your work/life balance identify elements of a technique to effectively balance the demands of work and your private life identify examples of internal and external obstacles identify the actions to take to overcome an external obstacle in a given scenario Overview/Description You have the knowledge to assess current work/life balance and overcome internal and external obstacles to achieving balance.
Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Control Charts in Six Sigma recognize the objectives of statistical process control (SPC) recognize key concepts related to the use of SPC recognize examples of variables that are good candidates for statistical process control select the best option for rational subgrouping, in a given scenario