☑ Strong Knowledge on LSSBB Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certified Practice
A Process Map is created in order that a Belt can __________________.
Follow the product to the end
Get the line people's names correct
Capture all the activities comprising the process
Manage the input inventory delivery schedule
Customers make their decisions based on Features, Integrity (of the seller) Delivery and ___________?
Sally bought a blender from her local appliance store. When she changed blades the blender would not function. For the manufacturer this would be categorized as what type of cost?
Internal Failure Costs
External Failure Costs
Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) can be classified as Visible Costs and Hidden Costs. Which of these items is a Visible Cost?
Lost Customer Loyalty
Time Value of Money
A Belt has determined that the inventory of repair parts at a rework station can be reduced by 45%. According to Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) definitions inventory reduction would be considered _______________.
When one speaks of 20% of something contributing 80% of the affect they are referring to what is known as the _________________.
She whart Example
The primary objective in removal of waste is to improve the Order Production Cycle where the time from _________________ to the time of receipt of payment is compressed.
Receipt of an order
New fiscal year
A Belt rearranged the location of the parts inventory for a rework station locating the most often used parts to be within hand reach of the repair person. This rearrangement resulted in quicker repair times by eliminating one of seven major elements of waste which is the Waste of __________
Which Element of Waste best describes "the unnecessary movement of materials and goods"?
The Waste of Overproduction is defined as ______________________.
The unnecessary movement of people and equipment
The liability of materials that are bought, invested in and not immediately sold or used
Producing more than the next step needs or more than the customer buys
The extra movement of material