November 09, 2010

second day in PIUSS

This week is the time for the second module-PIUSS. As far as I am concerned, this module seems a little bit difficult when compares with CBE. In this case, it requires me to make more efforts in reading and practice. There will be a presentation in Friday which is about 6 sigma and SoPK, however, unfortunately I still don¡¯t know much about 6 sigma. Hoping that in the next two days I can learn more about this through reading.

Anyway, I should say that Six Sigma is definitely a great invention in quality management as it has been considered as 'a new way to an old vision'. Some of those inventions always amazed me. For example, the shewart chart, which is quite simple and brief but it shows us lots of information in such a small graph. Also it plays a significant role in management nowadays even it was invented many years ago. The same as the average chart, the range chart, and so on. In my eyes, these inventers are wonderful because they use simple tools but describe complex questions. Everyone is able to make these graphs but only a few of them got those fantastic ideas.

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