November 19, 2010

a sad self–assessment

The study week has finished yet, with a little tired but I am looking forward to tonight's MBE social party. We were taught some experiments about 6 sigma today so that I've gained more knowledge in using 6 sigma. However, the more I've learned, the stronger feeling I have¡ªit seems that I only obtain the simplest knowledge about 6 sigma, and in fact, I do. There are still many things that I need to study, for example, there are lots of methods in 6 sigma that we haven't come across yet and there should be some statistical software that can be used to help to carry on today's experiments. Does SAS work or we have other better tools. What's more, using 6 sigma properly with statistical software is another key issue in the implantation of it.

We did the self-assessment about our presentations and something depressed appeared. We studied hard in the presentations and put much effort into them, we spent a long time in discussing our topics. Unfortunately, we had many weaknesses and failed in making good presentations. I hope we can do better in the future.

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