New Infograph on Lean Six Sigma
Do you reference the Periodic Table a lot? When I was in business school we referred to the Periodic Table of Elements exactly zero times. Thus, I sadly can’t tell you the difference between Boron and Chromium.
The table is however, a clever way of organizing things into different categories — for those of us who are not scientists. After seeing several examples using the table in different contexts (Periodic Table of Music Groups, Periodic Table of Game Controllers, etc.), I decided to create one for Lean Six Sigma.
Is this comprehensive? Absolutely not, but it will hit a lot of your favorite topics, tools, and techniques.
You can tour it on this short video and then download a free, full-size color PDF here. You can also get the interactive version here – where you can click on any element to learn more about it and see examples. It’s a fun way to refresh your memory, review, or test your knowledge.
A special tip of the hat to Diana Davis of the Process Excellence Network who published a nice table for process excellence a while back and to all the others whose creative alternative uses for the table served as inspiration.
Brought to you be Jeff Cole – helping people improve results through creative process improvements.