Six_Sigma_and_Introductory_Statistics_Education___Team_6__June29

Six_Sigma_and_Introductory_Statistics_Education___Team_6__June29

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Six Sigma and Introductory Statistics Education Michael Campbell Andrew Arata Joe Horning Matt Fairman Brian Dixon
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Statistics in Contemporary Business vs. Statistics in School Businesses are embracing programs like Six Sigma and TQM Students aren’t being taught with these skills What is the difference between the process thinking approach vs. the classical statistical approach?
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Classical Approach Student introduced to population Drawing random samples from population Making inferences from collected samples Assumption: population is static Reality: population is constantly changing
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Process Thinking Process thinking changes the way statistical methods are used for the display of data The focus is not describing the data, but describing the process that generates the data
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Data for Bill Processing Times
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Classical Approach Average = 28.9 days Standard Deviation = 12.7 days Approach is flawed Assumes static population
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Population is dynamic
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2010 for the course MINE 340 taught by Professor Geinady during the Summer '04 term at University of Cincinnati.

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Six_Sigma_and_Introductory_Statistics_Education___Team_6__June29

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