DMAIC Lecture WebEx Streaming link: https://moreheadstate.webex.com/recordingservice/sites/moreheadstate/recording/playback/d169307986434e00a20d577a48f725c0
1- Find a process/product/service for this assignment.
2- Perform DMAIC step to improve the process/product/service
2.1 Define: Describe the problem in the process/product/service
2.2. Measure: Measure the current state (i.e., document current situation for comparison analysis in future)
2.3. Analyze: Analysis the root cause: find the causes that contribute to the problem. You may use some graphical display (Pareto chart, Histogram, etc.)
2.4. Improvement: Find a scientific method (Design/Development/Implementation) to handle the problem.
2.5 Control: measure the impact of your scientific method and present a control plan for the future.
Othello Vs Much Ado About Nothing The two scoundrels in "A lot of trouble about something that is not important" and "Othello" share much in like manner, regardless of their various contrasts. It is obvious that Shakespeare confined the second bit of writing to be like the first. Albeit shorter, the plot of "Othello" is certainly more perplexing. The reprobates have a significant influence in the books, and are a lot of the same in their line of reasoning. The parody, "A lot of trouble about something that is not important" portrays the account of a gathering of high-positioning troopers who travel through a town called Messina. They had been to the town previously, and this time Claudio admits his adoration for the lead representative's girl, Hero. Since Leonato is so attached to Claudio, the wedding is set to be a couple of days away. This gives Don John, Claudio's jerk sibling, an opportunity to show his actual contempt for Claudio. He concocts a plan to make Claudio believe that Hero is cheating by dressing Margaret in her attire and roosting her close to the window with another man. When Claudio sees this, he says that he will embarrass Hero as opposed to wedding her. The following day Claudio does precisely as he had stated, debasing Hero before the entirety of her loved ones. Since she didn't undermine him, she didn't anticipate that sort of response. She is sad to such an extent that she swoons, and everybody accept she is dead. In the long run Borrachio is caught discussing Don John's arrangement, and Don John is captured. Later Claudio discovers that Hero isn't in reality dead, and they are at long last hitched. "Othello's" Iago is a lot of like Don John. He needs to seek retribution on Othello for not being picked as lieutenant and furthermore speculates that Othello has laid down with Emilia. Some way or another Iago figures out how to control Othello into imagining that Desdemona undermined him. At the point when he requests that she show him the tissue he had given her, and she doesn't, he is persuaded that she is being faithless. This is the point at which he concludes that he should kil...>GET ANSWER