AUSTIN, Texas, July 7, 2020 (Newswire.com) - One of the challenges in manufacturing is when a product defect occurs intermittently and its source is unknown. Swap Tests can be used to successfully design experiments to isolate the problem area creating the defect. This topic will be explored in an upcoming webinar presented by the International Society of Six Sigma Professionals (ISSSP) Wednesday, July 15, at 2 p.m. CT.
This webinar will be based on qualitative research presented by Kevin Keller. He currently serves as an independent consultant for both global and local companies in Lean Six Sigma, Quality, and Quality Management. He spent the first 20 years in the electronic materials world making high-tech circuit boards for military equipment as well as silicon wafers for the semiconductor industry. Kevin retired a few years ago from Anheuser-Busch InBev, where he served as a Master Black Belt. He has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla and a master’s degree in applied statistics from The Ohio State University.
ISSSP is the leading Six Sigma non-profit organization, providing educational and networking resources for its members. Members can access past presentations, white papers, case studies, and webinars by leading Six Sigma experts and renowned leaders.
The International Society of Six Sigma Professionals (ISSSP) is the leading non-profit organization promoting the high standards and values that Lean Six Sigma operates by. ISSSP provides access to Lean Six Sigma resources, advice on choosing accredited training providers, and opportunities for members to submit webinars, presentations, and white papers.
Source: International Society of Six Sigma Professionals