Lessons from 2016 by Six Sigma Study Guide

The new year is a great time for reflection. And of course I did that here at Six Sigma Study Guide by affinitizing all of the great feedback that was shared with us over the year.

Speaking of feedback, I just got an email with some great news:

“Thank you Ted for replying! I took the test this past December and I passed! I am SSGB certified 🙂

Thanks for the great tests and well written and informative materials found on your site!” – Jehan.

It’s feedback like that that makes me keep building this site! I love helping other reach their career goals.

Did You Take a Six Sigma Certification Exam in 2016?

If you did, and you found value in the free material at SixSigmaStudyGuide.com, I’d love to hear about it. Maybe you passed your exam. Maybe you didn’t – that’s ok- and you’re gearing up to take another shot this year. Either way I want to hear about it. And I want to know what I can do to help. Please reply to this email or contact me here.

Of Course, There are Things to Be Improved

There was lots of other positive feedback on the quality of the content here. That was great to hear. However, there is still a lot of room for improvement in the existing content base as well as number of topics covered, not to mention the medium they should be available in (audio, video).

Interestingly, the greatest areas of need I saw was around content that I had already created.

Over the last year SixSigmaStudyGuide.com has seen tremendous growth. The number of people visiting the site and using the material is just staggering. With any expanding venture come growing pains. It turns out that some of the most-requested material isn’t as accessible as I would like.

Over the next few weeks I’ll share a few emails covering the following topics:

  • Learning
    • Six Sigma Basics
    • Deeper Dives into Select Topics
  • Studying
    • How to Study and Prepare?
    • How Much Time is Necessary to Study?
    • What Reference Books to Use (Given limited budget).
    • Retaining all of the Material.
  • Employment
  • Applications & Case Studies

If there’s something you’d like me to cover, reply to this email or contact me here.

Cheers to a great 2017!

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