Turning Data into Information You Can Use with Excel's 5 Essential Charts

When:  Jan 10, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  Statistics Division

                Unlock the full potential of Excel in your Lean Six Sigma projects! This webinar will guide you through the Analyze phase of Lean Six Sigma, focusing on how to transform ERP downloads into actionable insights using Excel's pivot tables and essential charts.

                From ERP to Excel: Learn how to take a download from an ERP system and use pivot tables to summarize data for analysis.

                The Power of the Analyze Phase: Understand why the Analyze phase is crucial in Lean Six Sigma and how Excel can be your go-to tool.

                5 Essential Charts in Excel for LSS Projects:

      Histograms: Display data distribution effectively.

      Pareto Charts: Prioritize issues based on their impact.

      Time Series Plots: Track data changes over time.

      Boxplots: Identify data distribution, outliers, and median values.

      Scatterplots: Visualize relationships between two variables.

Who Should Attend?

                This free event is open to all, especially those who:

                Are in the Analyze phase of a Lean Six Sigma project

                Don't have access to statistical software but have Excel

                Want to turn raw data into actionable insights

Bonus Material

                Live Demonstrations: Watch step-by-step guides on creating each of the five essential charts in Excel, all based on real ERP data.

                Q&A Session: Have your specific questions answered in a live Q&A at the end of the presentation.

                Don't miss this specialized webinar designed to elevate your skills in the Analyze phase of Lean Six Sigma using Excel.


Manny Veloso, LSSMBB

Principal, CI Consulting Services, LLC

Manny’s hands-on approach has provided practical, real-world solutions for countless companies. Manny holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Rider University and a BS in Industrial Engineering from Penn State. 

He has delivered projects and trained internationally as part of his He has a Master Black Belt certification and is a guest lecturer at Holy Family University Temple University and spoken at industry conferences.  Additionally, he is a ConnEx instructor for ASQ in a variety of Six Sigma and Lean topics. 


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