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Change Management

By admin / May 25, 2017

Six Sigma and Change Management Improvement project always lead to some change.  You cannot improve something by maintaining the status quo. People don’t like change, people like status quo. If anything changes people get disturbed. As a Six Sigma project leader, you need to understand how to manage change. Your ability to management change will […]

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Coefficient of Correlation

By admin / May 18, 2017

Using the data, let’s plot the Scatter diagram to see if there is any relationship between the Test score (or marks obtained) and the number of hours studied. Visually looking at this we can make a fair estimate that the test score improves with the number of hours studied. The next step is to find […]

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Introduction to Correlation

By admin / May 18, 2017

The correlation is a statistical measure, which indicates the extent to which two or more variables are fluctuating together. If one variable goes up, does the other variable also goes up or down with that? Let’s start with a simple case where we have one dependent and one independent variable, and that is represented by […]

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