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A. ultimately reduces process costs

B. decreases customer satisfaction

C. is a methodology for process improvement

D. is a statistical concept that seeks to find variation in processes

E. all of the above

F. some of the above

A. are heavily based on intuition

B. rely heavily on the experience of the process owners

C. are based on statistical data, measurement and metrics

D. do NOT rely on mathematical models

A. True

B. False

A. is considered statistically ‘perfect’

B. has 3.4 defects per million opportunities

C. operates at a 99.99966% accuracy

D. all of the above

A. True

B. False

A. (Opportunities – Defects)/Opportunities x 100

B. (Opportunities + Defects)/Opportunities x 100

C. (Defects – Opportunities)/Defects x 100

D. (Defects + Opportunities)/Defects x 100

A. The project with the statistically lowest sigma level should always be prioritized

B. The project with the highest potential cost savings should always be prioritized.

C. The project with the highest potential customer satisfaction increase should always be prioritized.

D. All of the above should be considered and statistically researched before choosing the best option for the organization at hand.

A. is the sequence of all items, events and people required to produce an end result.

B. is used to identify areas of concern, waste and improvement.

C. Neither A nor B

D. Both A and B

A. completes a few Six Sigma Projects and reaps the financial benefits

B. continuously measures and improves processes indefinitely

C. improves upon a few processes then moves on

D. identifies and prioritizes areas of opportunity once or twice a year

A. lack of support

B. poor project execution

C. excess resources

D. lack of access to data

A. Achieving a specific set goal

B. Reducing errors and defects

C. Improving efficiency

D. Improving profits

A. DMAAC, DMAAV

B. DMAAV, DMAAC

C. DMAIC, DMADV

D. DMADV, DMAIC

A. increase, increase

B. increase, decrease

C. decrease, decrease

A. Plan, Do, Check, Act

B. Plan, Act, Do, Check

C. Act, Do, Check, Plan

D. Plan, Check, Do, Act

A. True

B. False

A. Jack Welch

B. Mikel Harry

C. Richard Schroeder

D. Bob Galvin

A. Six Sigma can fix anything.

B. Six Sigma is too expensive.

C. Six Sigma is concerned with metrics and ignores common sense.

D. Six Sigma aims to reduce defects in hopes of increasing profitability.

A. Green, Master Black, Yellow, White

B. Master Black, Black, Green, Yellow, White

C. White, Yellow, Green, Black, Master Black

D. White, Yellow Black, Master Black, Green

A. Advanced Project and Team Management Skills

B. Data collection

C. Basic Quality Tools

D. Six Sigma Roles

A. White Belt

B. Yellow Belt

C. Green Belt

D. Black Belt

E. Master Black Belt

F. None of the Above

G. All of the above

H. Some of the above

A. True

B. False

A. They are both concerned with continuous improvement.

B. They both seek to increase instances of waste within an organization.

C. They are both concerned with an overall culture of quality rather than single events that increase quality and decrease defects.

A. Teamwork

B. Ethics

C. Integrity

D. Ingenuity

A. strongest

B. weakest

C. least productive

D. most productive

A. Six Sigma Methodologies

B. Lean

C. TQM (Total Quality Management)

D. BPR (Business Process Reengineering)

A. BPR (Business Process Reengineering)

B. TQM (Total Quality Management)

C. Rummler-Brache

D. Six Sigma Methodologies

E. Lean

F. This statement can apply to more than one of the above.

A. Definition, Implementation, Improvement Planning, Management of Process

B. Definition, Improvement Planning, Implementation

C. Improvement Planning, Definition, Analysis and Design, Implementation, Management of Process

D. Definition, Improvement Planning, Analysis and Design, Implementation, Management of Process

A. When teams want to create new technical products

B. when teams want to integrate new developments on existing products within a short time frame

C. All of the above

D. None of the above

A. True

B. False

A. facing a known problem

B. problems are defined and contained

C. solving complex problems

D. costs are loosely tied to processes.

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