YB Roles & Problem Scope
Team Membership
Management of Change
Tools
Structured Problem Solving

100

taking corrective actions to return to plan is what kind of problem?
what is, reactive

100

what is the hardest stage to overcome when developing an effective team?
what is, storming

100

capabilities are built at the shop floor level through active engagement and coaching?
what is, bottom up

100

What is value added activity?
what is, changes the form, fit, function done right the first time customer is willing to pay for

100

What is the acronym name that we must reduce/eliminate that represents the 8 types of waste?
what is, TIMIWOOD

200

yellow belts drive the change for moving from reactive to______?
what is, proactive

200

what tool/assessment can you use to better understand and utilize your team members during the problem solving process?
what is, belbin team roles

200

what are the two types of forces identified in the force field analysis?
what is, facilitating and restrictive

200

What does VOC stand for?
what is, voice of customer

200

What is the cycle called for reducing/eliminating TIMIWOOD?
what is, PDCA-plan do check act

300

normally how many causes are involved in a yellow belt scope problem?
what is, 1-3

300

what is the third stage of developing an effective team?
what is, norming

300

what is the best resolution type when dealing with conflict?
what is, win win win

300

What does CTQC stand for?
what is, critical to quality characteristics

300

what is the process we should use in the PDCA cycle?
what is, problem solving A3

400

what should you do if the problem starts to grow and becomes much larger than initially thought?
what is, break the problem into sub problems

400

produce a quality and quantity of work a lot greater than the sum of the product of each individual working independently, is?
what is, teamwork

400

what is the first human response to change?
what is, denial

400

What does SIPOC stand for and what is the first step in using this tool?
what is, suppliers inputs process outputs customers

400

how do we define a problem to start the A3 process?
what is, a gap between actual and target

500

the most powerful team activity that is based on data?
what is, preventative problem solving

500

what is the last stage in developing an effective team?
what is, performing

500

what takes place when human response to change moves from the depression state to the acceptance state?
what is, problem solving

500

what does a future state value stream map (VSM) achieve from dock to dock (start to finish)?
what is, pull system

500

what is the biggest benefit in using structured problem solving?
what is, it builds/creates a strong team problem solving culture