December 19, 2014: Invistics Founder and CEO Tom Knight explains “This change reflects our focus on using advanced math and analytics to improve the flow of materials through our customers’ plants and supply chains.”
December 18, 2014: Being an efficient engineer, Jacobs ensures a hazardless flow of the project’s operational and designing processes with specialized lean-based strategies. The efficacy of the same was also secured with a 5S program and Six Sigma solutions.
December 16, 2014: Robin Brinham brings to Smithers Viscient a broad experience of managing chemistry businesses and a demonstrated track record of tangible process improvement, through using process enhancement strategies Kaizen and Six Sigma.
December 15, 2014: In June 2008, Chris Bachmann began his assignment as an instructor at West Point. During this assignment, he achieved the academic rank of Assistant Professor, became certified as a Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Black Belt, and was selected to serve as a project analyst in West Point’s Operations Research Center of Excellence (ORCEN).
December 12, 2014: Twenty-three students at the Newton College & Career Academy received Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification Thursday for participating in a new program at the school.
December 11, 2014: The City Council voted 7-4 Tuesday to send a request to the mayor to hire a Lean Six Sigma consultant.
December 10, 2014: Participants in the intensive five-day class will utilize simulation exercises and applied learning to develop improvement plans that they can apply in their workplaces.
December 8, 2014: The second course introduces the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) approach of promoting robust product design and manufacturing.
December 5, 2014: “In the face of Big Change and the opportunities from digitization, agility will define winners.”
December 4, 2014: A key member of Walgreen’s executive team has been appointed to focus on increasing efficiencies and providing high quality and cost effective pharmacy services that reduce total pharmacy costs.