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Six Sigma is a quality management methodology that follows a data driven approach for reducing waste and improving overall quality of goods manufactured or services rendered. It makes use of statistical tools and techniques that help in identifying exactly what the customer needs and designing sustainable methods to meet those requirements. By implementing Six Sigma, any organization can hope to increase efficiency, increase productivity, and reduce manufacturing costs. By employing statistical methods, companies can look forward to create a near perfect situation wherein the number of defects is reduced to less than 3.4 per million opportunities that exists for such defects to occur. Companies the world over have implemented Six Sigma in their business processes, which has helped them in attaining optimum competence and saving millions of dollars through phenomenal reduction in the amount of waste. Why Online TrainingThe success of Six Sigma initiatives depends on a number of factors, one of which is the training imparted to owners and employees. Training is necessary as it allows organizational members to understand the various concepts and implement them in a proper manner. Due to hectic schedules, companies often decide to provide online training, making it easier for employees to select an appropriate time for training based on their work schedule. Benefits Of Online TrainingEmployees often find it difficult to manage work schedules and training at the same time. Online training allows them to give priority to their current work obligations and receive training in their free time. Online training helps in better absorption as employees can decide on the number of topics to be covered in a day. Employees can receive online training in the comfort of their homes, which eliminates traveling expenses and time lost while traveling. Online training allows employees to view the entire course list on the screen from where they can select any topic they want to learn. Based on their knowledge, they can skip through topics that they are already aware of and continue with the rest of the topics. This helps them to devote more time to topics that are difficult to understand. Online training courses offer practical tips related to work issues, which employees can use for learning the practical use of Six Sigma concepts and techniques. Employees can give online tests after completing a topic for assessing their learning quotient. Test results are displayed at the click of a button, allowing employees the freedom to move on to the next topic or study the same topic again if results are unsatisfactory. Employees can take part in online discussions, which allows them to gain different perspectives towards a common problem. Online training is imparted through interactive sessions, which may include audio/video clips, multi-media slide shows, online simulations, quizzes, and tests.Classification Of Online Training CoursesOnline Six Sigma training courses can be broadly classified into four different categories; namely, courses for functional managers, for quality control managers, for senior management, and for business associates. Each training course is designed to meet the specific learning requirements of individuals who work in different positions within an organization. Online courses can also be classified based on the level of training, which may be for Six Sigma Green Belt, Six Sigma Black Belt, or Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Companies can choose any of these levels for its employees depending on organizational requirements.
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The human brain finds it difficult to remember more than 3 or 4 ideas at a time, so there is no point giving your interviewers 10 different ideas in the same answer. It will only confuse them. Stick to 3 or 4 points maximum. If you feel that you need to use more points to say what you want to say then your answer needs to be structured differently.4 - Illustrate each point with examples from your experienceMaking broad statements not only makes you sound vague, and at worst arrogant, it also makes it difficult for interviewers to differentiate you from other candidates. It is therefore crucial that you back up all the claims you make with examples drawn from your personal experience so that that there is no doubt in anyone's mind about your abilities. 5 - Signpost each point clearly - Make your points clearOnce you have a structure in mind, make sure that it clearly shows in your answer and that the message that you are trying to convey is clearly announced clearly within each section that makes up your answer.6 - Use power wordsSelling yourself is not just about stating your message clearly and describing your experience. It is also about sounding confident, mature and, generally speaking, in control. Most people tend to understate their experience. In order to appear more confident, you will need to adopt a vocabulary which may be slightly different to that which you are accustomed to on a day-to-day basis, and which will sell yourself in an active and enthusiastic manner. For example, Consider this sentence: "After a few attempts, I was able to reach a compromise with my colleagues" . On the surface, it sounds like a good thing to say. However, "After a few attempts" and "I was able to" sound weak. They make is sound as if the candidate didn't try that hard or is not particularly proud of his/her achievement. The sentence could have a much stronger impact if it were reworded as follows: "Following several discussions where I encouraged my colleagues to review their position, I was successful in helping the team reach a compromise". In this revised sentence, the words "encouraged" and "successful" present a much more proactive candidate and make a big difference in the manner in which the answer is being received by the listener.7 - Talk about yourself rather than everyone elseCandidates who feel uncomfortable at interviews usually compensate by talking about everything else but themselves. They talk repeatedly about "we", "the team" and, although it does present a good team playing attitude, it fails to tick the boxes when it comes to personal skills and competencies. In your interview, it is perfectly fine to introduce some collective actions and say sentences such as "As a team, we were charged with conducting an audit on waiting time in A&E", but only as an introduction to the rest of the answer, which should remain focussed on you and no one else.8 - Bring objectivity into your answersIf you feel awkward talking about yourself or you don't want to appear to be boasting, one good way to counter this problem is to bring objectivity into your answers. This can be achieved firstly by bringing examples from your experience into your answers but also by discussing the feedback that you have received, either informally or through 360-degree appraisal forms.9- Avoid vague statementsKeep to statements that provide real information. Avoid vague statements such as "I went into paediatrics because I like it" unless you can back up your statement. What really matters is why you find it interesting or why you like it.10 - Don't bore them with spurious detailAvoid going into too much detail when giving examples unless they have asked you to describe a specific example in the question. If you provide too much intricate detail, you will make your answer very long and you will create confusion by concentrating on one issue whilst the question may be much broader. 11 - Stay positiveWhether I coach people who are applying for ST, Consultant, Clinical / Medical Director posts or even higher up, many candidates incriminate themselves by delivering answers with a negative undertone right from the start. I have lost count of the number of people who start their answers to the question "What is your research experience?" by saying "Well, I haven't done much research"; or those who describe their communication skills as "above average" i.e. nothing special. To make an impact, you must sell what you have rather than what you don't have. If you don't show that you believe in yourself then no one will.

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