Screwing up sucks. It actually sucks really bad sometimes. But the majority of screw-ups are not the end of the world. Learn from the mistake, move on, and be a little bit better tomorrow. I’ve always struggled with the realization that I’ve made a mistake, significant or not. More times than not, the thought of
I often refer to Stephen Covey’s Circle of Influence and Concern when faced with challenges. Likewise, I often encourage others to take a similar approach when their concerns seem to lie outside both the circle of control — the small inner circle — and the circle of influence — the slightly larger inner circle. Let
Multi-vari analysis, statistical process control, Chi square, Type I errors…….Phew! Over the last two months I’ve been studying to take the Six Sigma Green Belt Certification exam (CSSGB). If you’re not sure what six sigma is, go to http://bit.ly/YZ2Wt3 to learn about it ;) The purpose of this post is not to teach you about six sigma, though.