April 17, 2014: McAllister was a Senior Marketing Manager at Dell and began his career in Finance and Six Sigma Operations with General Electric Company.
April 16, 2014: He speaks proudly and often of Lean Six Sigma that called on him to gather participants monthly to develop team-building, leadership and hard and soft skills. “The most amazing thing that came out of it was sense of community,” he says.
April 15, 2014: “As the leading provider of software for quality improvement, supporting ASQ’s International Team Excellence Award Process is a natural fit for Minitab,” observes Dana Tilghman, Minitab’s trade show and events planner.
April 14, 2014: Badve has served as a senior management consultant for TBM Consulting Group, a Lean Six Sigma management consultant for Next Level Partners and has held engineering and manufacturing management roles at Danaher Corp.
April 14, 2014: “In Lean manufacturing, the objective is to ensure that the job is finished only when you put the part down,” Davies sais. All manufacturing operations are built around U-shaped cells where the work is completed. “I tell employees I want them to move with their hands, not with their feet.”
April 11, 2014: “We typically don’t export significantly, preferring to source locally and locate manufacturing close to the customer to ensure just-in-time supply.” Each Parker facility “follows disciplined Lean manufacturing principles that maximize quality, reliability and financial performance.”
April 11, 2014: With nearly 30 years of consulting and industry experience, he focuses on developing and improving business strategies, business processes, organizational models, and organizational performance management systems while simultaneously supporting the organizations’ leaders and staffs with results-focused change management strategies and tools.
April 10, 2014: Since it adopted Lean manufacturing practices, Douglas Dynamics has seen a significant improvement in its operating metrics.
April 9, 2014: Lean Six Sigma Orange Belt Certification for Exhibitors is a step-by-step program to harness the power of Lean Six Sigma methodology to maximize ROI, reduce waste, identify critical failures, and improve your overall trade show marketing performance.
April 9, 2014: The goal of this course is to provide participants with a solid understanding of cost reduction and waste elimination while improving quality and productivity in today’s increasingly complex business environment.