Test yourself at Six Sigma Welcome to the 6 Sigma Knowledge Test. You have 10 minutes to answer 20 questions. Be careful, you can only perform this test once. Civility (Mr. or Ms.) Firstname Nom Email 1. In the ShuHari process, what does the student do in step Ha? Create yourself these learnings Revoir à sa manière les apprentissages Do not listen to the instructor Listen and respect what the instructor tells him2. What is the purpose of Kano's classification? Better understand the customers' needs Choose between two technical solutions for our new process Prioritize Lean Six Sigma projects Identify which hypothesis test to use3. What is the% of working time of a Black Belt dedicated to the 6 Sigma process? 80% 100% 50% 20%4. To solve a problem correctly, what is the first step? Validate the measurement system Collect data Mapping the process Define the problem5. Why are the limits of a control chart at 3 Sigma ? False, it's 3,2 Sigma It is an arbitrary statistical choice This indicates that we produce 3 defects per thousand pieces, which suits us. False, it's 4 Sigma6. What are the 3 steps to address an objection? Have the right behavior, Accept the objection then argue Do not listen, explain, argue Argue, Accept objection, Ask questions To argue, to argue, to argue7. What is the risk of seeing an event when there is none ? Beta Bias Alpha Confidence level Power8. Regulatory expectations indicate a minimum for the filling volume of syrup bottles. Our company decides to study its volume and gets the following distribution. What is the best strategy to reduce its overfilling rate? Reduce the target and then the variation Reduce the target only Reduce variation only Start by reducing the variation and then reduce the target9. In a Box Plot chart, what is the vertical line? The range The value of the mean The standard deviation The variance10. Which of these tools will we not use in the Improve phase of DMAIC? SMED Pugh Method Triz AHP11. Which of these proposals can be used to prioritize brainstorming ideas? Suitability of the process Nominal group technique Mapping the value chain Control charts12. Which of these tools will be used to reduce a list of alternatives? Multi-Voting 5 why Brainstorming 5M13. Which of these proposals are necessary for a correct capability study ? The power must be more than 0.8 Data is normal Data is biased The measuring system must be reliable14. I got the next group of points. What will probably tell me the Anova test ? He rejects the null hypothesis It retains the null hypothesis15. Which of these gains is a Hard Dollar? Cycle time reduction of 25% 1 point increase in OEE 40% reduction in electrical energy consumption 10% reduction in the workstations usable area16. What is the Lilliefors test for? To test normality To test variances To test averages A tester des données qualitatives17. What tool will you use to structure a project ? SMED WBS TRIZ MTM18. What is a PFMEA? A FMEA Performance A FMEA Product A FMEA Process A FMEA quality19. What hypothesis test are we going to do to evaluate the disparity of votes when using Multi-Voting? Kappa test Anova Friedman test Forsythe brown test20. What is going to evaluate a homoscedaticity test? The variance The power The average The rangeA comment ?