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History of Six Sigma | Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

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History of Six Sigma | Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
In 1924, Walter Shewhart, a researcher at a Western Electric facility in Illinois, introduced the idea that statistics could be used to identify defects by analyzing the manufacturing process for faults, not each individual product. This idea would set the stage for the Six Sigma method, completely changing the future of quality control.
Posted on 05/29/20

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