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Dr. Patrick Spagon Ph.D.

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Consulting Director

Local Address:  Kerrville , Texas , United States
Company Description: SigmaWay has an Expert Advisory Panel consisting of senior advisors from various industries and disciplines who help infuse thought leadership and the latest...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President and Owner
    Hill Country Quantitative Solutions
  • Chief Scientist and Technical Writing Department Manager
    One Technologies
  • Statistician
    nextSource Inc
  • Six Sigma Practice Leader and Senior Consultant On Statistical Methods
    Motorola Inc
  • Master Consultant
    Six Sigma Academy

Education

  • Ph.D. , Industrial Engineering
    Stanford University
  • B.S. , Electrical Engineering
    University of Arizona
  • M.S. , Electrical Engineering
    UC Berkeley
7 Total References
Web References
Strategic Internet Marketing - Pay Per Click Advertising, Increase Online Traffic | One Technologies
www.otcorporate.com, 7 May 2012 [cached]
Pat Spagon Chief Scientist
Pat is responsible for driving the development of OT's statistical and analytical tools. His extensive experience in Six Sigma and applied statistical methods provides OT with ongoing business process improvement leadership and statistical process control.
Prior to OT, Pat was a master consultant with Six Sigma Academy where he trained and coached master black belts, black belts and green belts and was a company-wide resource for statistical methods. At Motorola, Pat was Six Sigma Practice Leader and Senior Consultant on statistical methods.
Pat holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arizona, M.S. in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley, and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.
International SEMATECH: Statistical Methods
www.sematech.org, 5 Jan 2004 [cached]
Pat Spagon (Motorola)
NA Digest, V. 97, # 35
www.netlib.org, 12 Oct 2001 [cached]
Edited by Veronica Czitrom and Patrick D. Spagon
...
Patrick Spagon works in statistical methods at Motorola University Southwest, where he develops courses in statistical methods for the engineering community. Prior to joining Motorola, Dr. Spagon was a Senior Member of the Technical Staff in the Statistical Methods Group at SEMATECH where he did training and consulting, primarily in experimental design and analysis.
A floppy disk is included with the book.
Implementing Six Sigma: Part I
www.smartersolutions.com, 12 July 2001 [cached]
A Six Sigma quality level is said to equate to 3.4 defects per million opportunities (DPMO). [Pat Spagon from Motorola University prefers to use the terminology "sigma quality level" to distinguish this quality measurement from the sigma nomenclature that quantifies the spread of a distribution. (Spagon 1998).]
Many companies have recently experienced success using Six Sigma as a business strategy.When a company implements a Six Sigma business strategy, statistical tools are used in a structured fashion within processes to create products or services that are improved, less expensive, and more timely.Repeated use of the tools by practitioners on a project by project basis can significantly improve the bottom line; however, if the techniques are not used wisely there is a very large danger that the effort will be counterproductive and frustrating.
Six Sigma Implementation Issues
Implementing Six Sigma: Part 1 of 2
www.budgetauthority.com, 28 April 2001 [cached]
A Six Sigma quality level is said to equate to 3.4 defects per million opportunities [ Pat Spagon from Motorola University prefers to use the terminology sigma quality level to distinguish this quality measurement from the sigma nomenclature that quantifies the spread of a distribution. ].
Many companies have recently experienced success using Six Sigma as a business strategy.When a company implements a Six Sigma business strategy , statistical tools are used in a structured fashion within processes to create products or services that are improved , less expensive , and more timely.Repeated use of the tools by practitioners on a project by project basis can significantly improve the bottom line ; however , if the techniques are not used wisely there is a very large danger that the effort will be counterproductive and frustrating.
Six Sigma Implementation IssuesOrganizations can sometimes get too involved in how to count defects and report defect rates that they lose sight of the real value of Six Sigma -- orchestrating process improvement and re-engineering through the wise implementation of statistical techniques.
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