Six Sigma Forum Magazine - August 2002 - ASQ

Six Sigma Forum Magazine - August 2002

Volume 1 • Number 4

Are Your Champions Advancing Your Game?

  • EDUCATION
    Six Sigma in the Academic World (PDF, 56 KB)
    Quest Honors Program at the University of Maryland is interdisciplinary, rigorous and pragmatic.
    Rick L. Edgeman and David Bigio, University of Maryland
  • MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS
    Measurement System Analysis and Destructive Testing (PDF, 72 KB)
    Use a nested model when testing a small homogenous batch.
    Douglas Gorman and Keith M. Bower, Minitab
  • DESIGN FOR SIX SIGMA
    Straight Talk on DFSS Open Access
    Integrate tools, methods, process and team members at the front end.
    Charles Huber, Seagate, and Robert Launsby, Launsby Consulting
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  • LEADERSHIP
    Selling Six Sigma to Upper Management (PDF, 104 KB)
    A CEO’s obligation is to drive return on business.
    Gregory H. Watson, Business Systems Solutions Inc.
  • YOUR OPINION
    Are Your Champions Doing a Good Job? (PDF, 81 KB)
    Here's what good and bad behavior looks like at the champion level.
    Larry R. Smith, Ford Vehicle Operations

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