Lean Startup & Six Sigma

  • 24 January 2018 |
  • Published in Blog

Lean Startup Six SigmaThe Lead Lean conference organized by Nordic Business Forum (22nd of January 2018) was an inspiring meeting with talented speakers like Anita Krohn Traaseth, Alex Osterwalder, Dan Toma, Eric Ries & Seth Godin.

A recurring theme during the day was exploitation and exploration. Exploitation is associated with incremental innovations on existing processes, services and products to make the best use of resources. Exploration is about radical innovations such as the development of brand new processes, services and products.

Continuous improvement efforts focus on incremental innovations - improvements to existing processes, products or services. 

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Which sense react fastest? Vision or hearing?

  • 13 September 2015 |
  • Published in Blog

statistical process control

What do you think?

The best way to find out is to test! It is possible to test it at the Norwegian museum of Science and Technology.

I did an experimental design where I tested age, gender and sense (vision and hearing). My brother in law (35 years), my son (10 years), my niece (7 years) and I (41 years) were volunteers. We took the time we spent on registering sound and light.

My brother in law was a tiny bit faster than me when reacting to sound, followed closely by my son and my niece. For light my brother in law was fastest, then my son, followed by me and my niece. What does this result mean?

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