May 26, 2015: When troubleshooting involves analyzing data that is not normally distributed, effective solutions can be more difficult to uncover. If nonnormal data goes undetected, or is not analyzed appropriately, problems are likely to get worse.
May 22, 2015: The Lean Six Sigma approach can be implemented to improve quality of care and reduce costs in prosthetic hip replacement surgery, according to a study published online May 11 in the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
May 20, 2015: “We’re delighted to have Julia join the Tunnell team and enhance our longstanding capabilities in data analytics,” said Dr. Philippe Cini, Group Vice President and leader of the firm’s Operational and Process Improvement practice.
May 20, 2015: Accelerating to a rate of over 100 certifications per quarter, Lean Sigma Corporation offers individual certifications to online learners, while also partnering with global companies to deploy and customize their courseware and eLearning content enabling licensing clients to train their own employees or offer premium Six Sigma training to their own customers.
May 20, 2015: Printing Industries of America has added another program, “The Seven Basic Tools of Process Improvement,” to its growing series of online continuous improvement programs.
May 19, 2015: When the Heico Cos. LLC went through the Lean Six Sigma method of helping identify and remove waste in its production process, it dragged its law firm Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP through the process as well, leading to exceptional results.
May 15, 2015: While in Saudi Arabia, Ziaul Huq will spend time researching a business process methodology known as Six Sigma, which seeks to improve efficiency in order to improve revenue. “I’ve tested my model over here,” he said, “but I would like to test it in a developing economy setting.”
May 13, 2015: Only one month in to this year’s training in Lean manufacturing processes, a Southland business is already starting to make changes.
May 13, 2015: PQ Systems announces the release of SQCpack 7, a comprehensive update to their best-selling statistical process control (SPC) solution that helps organizations utilize the power of data analysis to improve quality.
May 12, 2015: “During the quarter we proposed two new directors for our Board. Patrick Deconinck and William Hall will be fantastic additions. Patrick will chair a newly formed Operations and Lean/Six Sigma Committee of the Board. His career at 3M makes him the perfect candidate for this responsibility. Bill’s experience is full of exceptional operational and industrial accomplishments, and he will participate on this committee as well.”