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Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
Six Sigma - Cartoonist way
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Six Sigma - Cartoonist way

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Six Sigma brought to us by various cartoonists

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  • 1. 1 Great Truths about Six Sigma brought to us by various cartoonistsStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 2. 2 Nothing can stop automationStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 3. 3 Don‘t set too ambitious deadlines Deadline is deadline !Stefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 4. 4 Always listen to the marketStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 5. 5 Users don‘t like bugs O.k., and now you‘ll do exactly what I‘m telling you ! Acc es s d e nie dStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 6. 6 Simulation expertice helpsStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 7. 7 Not every presentation is successfulStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 8. 8 What suits one customer might not suit the nextStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 9. 9 Look for efficient solutionsStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 10. 10 Support!different situations by specific toolsStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 11. 11 On-line help can be usefulStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 12. 12 Forecasting and optimization are complex Come on! It can‘t go wrong every time...Stefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 13. 13 Select significant attributes for your forecaster Which one Is mine?Stefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 14. 14 Maths is not everythingStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P
  • 15. 15 Use check-lists for testing ears neck feetStefan Pölt, FRA IN/P

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