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5 ‘S’ does not include
A Black Belt is asked to check if the cycle time of transaction processes in his organization are dependent on location. The organization has 2 offices, one in London and another in Dubai. He collects data on cycle time for these two locations. Which test he will use to find if location is a vital X?
A useful tool to uncover potential failures to initiate commensurate preventive actions
A “MACRO” level process map developed in Define phase.
Cause and Effect or ISHIKAWA Diagrams are also known as
DMAIC methodology is used to
In a Pareto Chart, the line connecting cumulative points is
In order for a problem to be solved correctly, which of the following must occur first ?
It is believed that 40% of the Black Belts in the world today are working in services industry. Which test would you use to test the hypothesis if you collected 200 random samples of Black Belts and found 83 of them are in services industry?
Scatter diagram depicts
Selecting right projects is key to Six Sigma success
Square Root Of Variance is __________
The first step in getting started with process improvement is?
The hypotheses test used to test if a particular distribution model is good to fit for a population is (attribute data)
The prime use of a control chart is to_____
What is the graphical tool used to analyze continuous Y and attribute X
Which among is not an example of Visual Controls
A project can stop in Measure Phase when
A unit having one or more defects
After running some statistical tests, an analyst found that the P-value was greater then 0.05 which indicated:
An organized disciplined approach that focuses on developing and delivering the near perfect products and services in Six Sigma:
ANOVA is used to
If level or significance (alpha) is 5%, what is the confidence level?
If, in a t-test, alpha is .05. Therefore:
In a control chart, control limits are.
In a hypothesis test, the Minitab output of p value = 0.65. If the level of significance (Alpha) is 0.05, then which of the statements is true
In Y=f(x), X represents the _____ of the process and Y the _____ of the process.
One characteristic of attributes data (count) is that it is always______
Scatter diagrams are used to determine a relationship between
Sigma “s” represents…
SPC stands for.
The first benefit that flowcharts provide is
The first step in creating a Pareto Chart manually is
The measure of dispersion (spread or variation) is
The process sigma of a production process producing 308,000 defects per million opportunities would be
Variation (special cause) that is unexpected is called
What is the number one rule of brainstorming that is most frequently violated is
When interested in seeing the pattern of continuous data, ____________ should be used?
Which Hypotheses test can be used to test if two attribute variables are related
Which is not a Lean tool?
A Black Belt is attempting to find if there exists a correlation between cycle time of transaction (Say, billing cycle time) and the shift. The organization has 3 shifts – Morning, Evening and Night. Which is the best test to use to prove that shifts are the key factor?
A rotating brainstorming approach in which brainstorming ideas are shared and expanded upon is
A study of basic statistics requires us to consider which of the following
Determine the Mode for the following data set: 2 3 2 1 0 0 4 6 2 1 3 4 4 4 4
Fool proofing (Japanese) is known as
In Anderson Darling Normality test in Minitab, a p value of greater than 0.05 means
MINITAB is a?
People who are directly affected by the project are know as
RPN in FMEA stands for.
SIPOC stand for
Six Sigma Methodology introduce by the company name
The basic elements of Cause and Effect Diagrams include all of the following except.
The MAIN objective of doing VA and NVA analysis or identification of waste (Muda) after process mapping (or Value Stream mapping in Lean) is to
The median for the following numbers (6, 3, 2, 5, 1, 8,7) is _____
The primary objective of a process is to achieve _____
The primary reason that most companies implement six sigma is to
The purpose of brainstorming is to
The Scope in the project charter refers to
Two variables, x and y, are related in that x increases or decreases with y. which of the following could best be used to visual graph this relationship?
Using Six Sigma methodology, a company at 4 sigma would have a failure rate of.
What is NOT a goal of Six Sigma?
When the Process Sigma is equal to 6 the no. of defects per million measures to ____
6-3-5 stands for
A benefit of Cause and effect Diagrams is
A flowchart helps to
A standard normal curve has Mean = _____-and standard deviation = ________
Benchmarking is concerned with finding and comparing organization’s processes to
CTQ stands for?
Difference between the 75th percentile and the 25th percentile in a Box Plot is called
For a normal distribution, three standard deviations on each side of the mean would include ‘approximately’ what percentage of the total population?
If severity =5, Occurrence = 4, Detectability = 2, what is RPN ?
In FMEA, ________ is easier to control, but ________ is better to control
Mistake Proofing principles involves
On a control chart, the lines plotted three standard deviations on either side of the centerline, or mean of data, define
Pilot should be always conducted
Quality tools are used to _____
SIPOC is also known as
The central tendency of a data distribution can be represented as.
The goal statement in a project charter should be
The origin of lean can be traced to
The Pareto Principle suggests that importance is placed on ?
The samples which are collected to estimate the population parameters should
Upper and Lower Specified limits from the customer are known as
What does Six Sigma stand for
What is Repeatability and Reproducibility?
What is the primary goal of Lean Six Sigma?
In the DMAIC process, what does the “D” stand for?
What tool is commonly used to visualize the steps in a process?
Which of the following is NOT part of the 5S methodology?
What is the main focus of the Control phase in DMAIC?
A Six Sigma project aims to achieve how many defects per million opportunities?
What is the purpose of a Pareto Chart?
In Lean Six Sigma, what does “Kaizen” refer to?
What does a Fishbone Diagram help with?
Which tool is used to understand the relationship between two variables?
What does Poka-Yoke mean in Lean?
Which phase of DMAIC focuses on identifying the root cause of the problem?
In Lean Six Sigma, what does “Muda” refer to?
What is the goal of a Control Chart?
Which of the following is a key principle of Lean?