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All our learning workshops and courses are 100% tailored to suit our client’s needs. We incorporate relevant case studies and data sets into our lean courses online. We also offer certified lean six sigma courses online.
Consulting Case Studies
Lean Ireland works with a network of experienced consultants. We are trusted transformation agents, supporting clients during organization change. Clients hire us to review organization design, systems integration and employee empowerment. We enable clients to adapt lean principles and practices to best suit their customer and organisation needs.
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Tech tip: Free DMAIC A3 template
Our A3 DMAIC template continues to be one of the most downloaded item from our website. Inspired by the Toyota A3, you can click on the link to download the free Excel 2016 template. Click…
Lean Business Ireland annual conference: 31st May 2023, Waterford
There’s still time to grab early bird tickets for the 7th annual Enterprise Excellence 2023 conference taking place at the SETU Arena Waterford on the 31st May 2023. Enterprise Excellence Ireland 2023 will be host to the…
Videos & Learning Tools
If you are interested in a series of videos, apps, templates and books that we have found of particular value in assisting with a lean six sigma journey, click on the resources button below to learn more!
Free Six Sigma Green Belt Questions
1. Measurement accuracy is attained when...
2. In a normal distribution 68% of the data will occur within...
3. The Risk Priority Number (RPN) in an FMEA exercise is derived from...
4. The Voice of the Customer
5. A planning method designed to show the tasks associated with a project, the personnel responsible for completing the tasks and the timelines allowed
6. A bar chart that depicts the frequencies of numerical or measurement data
8. An improvement process in which a company measures its performance against that of best-in-class companies, determines how those companies achieved their performance levels, and uses the information to improve its own performance
9. A control limit
10. For a set of data, the average squared deviation from the mean, with a denominator of n-1
11. Provides relationship between two variables, and provides a visual correlation coefficient
12. The objective of Design of Experiments (DOE) is to
13. A six sigma capable process will have
14. A pictorial diagram showing possible causes (process inputs) for a given effect (process outputs) It is also referred to as the "Ishikawa diagram" or "fishbone diagram "
15. When the mean of the process is outside the customer specification limits the value of Cpk will be:
16. Six sigma black belt responsibilities include all of the following, except:
17. The middle value of a data set when the values are arranged in either ascending or descending order
18. One of the most common measures of variability in a data set or population
19. A sequence of 3 operations has first pass yield (right first time) rates as follows: 93%, 87% and 92%. The first pass yield rate is:
20. The following are indicators of out of control conditions on a control chart, except
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