September 15, 2014: Michael J. Cleary, Ph.D., founder and president of PQ Systems, Inc. and a professor emeritus at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio died suddenly on September 10, 2014.
September 15, 2014: When fully implemented, the solution will provide ATS customers with a secure portal for document exchange, give management access to better business intelligence, streamline process workflows, and facilitate document storage and sharing across ATS’ 22 U.S. locations and with customers.
September 11, 2014: This discount will allow new course registrants to save 25 percent on tuition fees, and applies to all of its IT-related and managerial courses such as its Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification course.
September 10, 2014: Some of the topics to be covered include reducing variation, removing activities that have no benefit to the organization, and improving customer satisfaction.
September 8, 2014: “The Lean Six Sigma philosophy will enable Alba to leverage cost improvements within the on-going Titan Programme and prepare the company to be better able to face future challenges of profitable growth.”
September 5, 2014: “Waste is not good for our planet, and waste does not support competitive advantage, therefore a Lean culture is environmentally sound and is an excellent business strategy.”
September 5, 2014: To ensure various operations maintain their success and improve operations, Barrick Gold employs over 80 full-time business improvement (BI) coaches. Cultivated from management positions, the coaches take their posts for approximately two years.
September 5, 2014: Eleven Army organizations that streamlined their business operations, eliminated redundancy and saved billions of dollars were recognized Wednesday for their excellent Lean Six Sigma practices.
September 4, 2014: “ACD strongly believes in a continual examination and refining of processes to eliminate waste and inefficiency. What may have worked a year ago might be inefficient by today’s standards.”
September 2, 2014: “We have found that Six Sigma training has meant that a lot more ideas are churned out and the opportunities and problems are then picked up by the innovation team. This combined with market and customer research has helped to drive out specific innovations such as our smartphone app as well as bringing about innovation in how we do things, for example using very little paper in the organization.”