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Hi all,

I've just finished my Six Sigma Green Belt course yesterday and to receive the certification I'll have 6 months to develop a Six Sigma project. It can be literally anything, in your job, in your house, in your lifestyle, anything... But I was thinking of doing it in a small brewery here in my city, because I am a beer lover and home brewer myself.

Craft Breweries in my city / country are very young yet. The one I am looking to offer my project (for free) is not even 2 years old, so I am guessing they have almost zero to zero programs to improve process quality or something related. Which may be a good thing, because there might be a lot of room to work in. For me the problem is that brewing can be a 'very slow' and complex process, so I am having trouble thinking of / identifying opportunities in the brewery.

But before anything, I need them to accept me in this project. Of course, I am offering it for free but they need to see a purpose and value in what I want to offer. With that in mind, what kind of improvement can I offer to a microbrewery, even without knowing their full processes beforehand?

Any help is welcome! Thanks!

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Hey Guys, if you are looking for a study partner for Six Sigma check StudyPal few of my friends have found amazing study buddies and groups for Six Sigma exam from it.

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Hello! I wanted to ask about the experience of anyone who has taken the ASQ CSSBB exam recently. How difficult is it? I have scheduled mine in a month from now, hence asking to help in my preparation.

Thanks!

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Six sigma is a wide tool. Click here to know how can it be applied to any process.

https://i.redd.it/d37zqmgio2431.jpg

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The exam is 4hrs long and a closed book one. I am just wondering how prepared should I be before I give the exam?

I work as a Continous improvement leader and i have completed my masters in industrial engineering :)

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Six Sigma | Reddit by /u/mailleansixsigma - 1w ago

The scope of six sigma is not only limited to manufacturing anymore. It has spread to services, IT and even human resources.

six sigma in HR

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Six Sigma | Reddit by /u/undernutbutthut - 1w ago

Hi All!

I am working on a project that is not necessarily for a lean six sigma certification, but I would like to follow the DMAIC format to execute against because I am familiar with it. I am working on improving the planning function (for materials at my company) and it largely rotates around providing the planner with a better spreadsheet to plan off of. The idea I have is if the planner has access to more relevant information at once as opposed to drowning in less important information he/she will be able to make better decisions in regards to what material needs to be ordered. This should have an impact on our inventory levels, which is something I can measure... but how do I "measure" the impact of creating a new spreadsheet for the planners to use?

Thanks.

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