Master Black Belt in Six Sigma for Molex, Deirdre Hynes, spoke at the Minitab Insights event in Dublin, with Rolls Royce and Hitachi. Read how a new transformation program helped Molex to 10x improvements and watch highlights from the event.Continue Reading
Great stories others want to hear. Common challenges we have all faced before (or might even be facing right now). Discovering new tools in Minitab software as shared by peers. Engaging walkthroughs of finding insights in your data, and recommendations on how to act on them. All packed into a few days of learning and fun.Continue Reading
The abbreviation FMEA is short for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis. It's a tool that helps you look very carefully and systematically at exactly how and why things can go wrong, so you can do your best to prevent that from happening.
You now often see “Machine Learning” appearing along with “Big Data”, “AI” or “Internet of Things” in the discussion of the digital transformation of business.Continue Reading
Greg Kinsey, Vice President at Hitachi, reveals how creative uses of the DMAIC process with digital transformation are helping factories to unlock the next level of process improvement. Greg is speaking at November's Minitab Insights Europe Conferences event in Dublin.Continue Reading
Greg Kinsey, Vice President at Hitachi, is the Keynote speaker at the new Minitab Insights Europe Conferences this year. The conference brings together data-driven leaders from across European manufacturing to explore the new strategies, methods and tools for innovation and performance. Learn why you need to hear Greg’s view on the Future of Operational Excellence – and how you can be part of it.Continue Reading
In our continuing effort to use experimental design to understand how to drive the golf ball the farthest off the tee, we have decided each golfer will perform half the possible combinations of high and low settings for each factor. But how many times should each golfer replicate their runs to produce a complete data set?
As we broke for lunch, two participants in the training class began to discuss, debate, and finally fight over a fundamental task in golf —how to drive the ball the farthest off the tee. Both were avid golfers and had spent a great deal of time and money on professional instruction and equipment, so the argument continued through the lunch hour, with neither arguer stopping to eat. Several other class participants...Continue Reading
As the vice president of quality for a $1.5 billion-dollar industrial corporation, Hermann Miskelly is responsible for leading its continuous improvement effort. Now in his 10th year of a Lean Six Sigma deployment, he has overseen the execution of more than 4,000 major improvement projects and another 6,000 small improvement projects. Here are three key insights he shared about managing continuous improvement...Continue Reading
The role of quality professionals is more critical today than it ever has been. Quality is a top driver at any company, regardless of size or industry. It’s a major factor when it comes to production numbers, profits and more. However, maintaining and improving quality is no easy task.Continue Reading