Assignment 15 Part 2

11. Why is implementing Six Sigma so challenging?

a. Because the steps are not clearly laid out
b. Because it is a different way of thinking
c. Both A and B
d. None of the above

12. Which of the following is the principle of design Six Sigma?

a. Larger tolerances
b. More robust product or process design
c. More complex product designs
d. All of the above

13. DMADOV is one type of the cycle we would find in which area of Lean Six Sigma?

a. Kaizen events
b. Control charting
c. Attribute charting
d. Design for Six Sigma

14. Response plans are:

a. Changeable
b. Created after the project ends
c. The same as control plans
d. Used to assign account abilities to the team members

15. What will the sponsor want to know during the response plan tollgate?

a. What possible things could go wrong with the process
b. Issues that might impact the customer
c. A list of prioritized issues with explanation of how they will be dealt with
d. All of the above

16. What should be done during the continual improvement tollgate?

a. Communication results
b. Identify any possible improvements to DMAIC
c. Both A and B
d. None of the above


17. Which of these are reason for less than ideal project outcomes?

a. Poor timing of solutions
b. Partially solving the problem
c. Uncovering a new problem
d. All of the above

18. Which of the following is one of the three approaches to implementing LSS?

a. From the top down
c. Authoritarian
d. Greenfield Implementation

19. Which DMADV pphase entails integrating product elements in order to eliminate the problems?

a. Design
b. Define
c. Moderate
d. Validate

20. What should you show your sponsor at the monitor and control plan tollgate?

a. Estimated or actual cost savings
b. A clear path to process improvements
c. The total time and costs involved in the project
d. All of the above