In finance departments, focusing Six Sigma efforts on cost savings can be a recipe for failure. The way to be successful is to focus on the areas in which employees perceive more value – risk mitigation, metric development, controls, gap analysis and assessments. This was the message of “Delivering Value in Corporate Finance”, a breakout session delivered by Black Belts from Cameron International at the iSixSigma Live! Summit & Awards, held Wednesday, Feb. 9, at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami.
The nearly 30 attendees in this session took home game plans in the following areas:
The session speakers from Cameron shared from their very robust backgrounds.
TJ Rock is currently the Master Black Belt for Finance at this company, a leading provider of flow equipment products, systems and services to worldwide oil, gas and process industries. In his career, he has held various roles throughout finance, including Cost Accountant, Financial Analyst, Controller and Six Sigma Black Belt. Besides Cameron, Rock has led many process improvement efforts for companies such as Bemis and Crane.
Adam Madgar is currently the senior Black Belt for Finance at Cameron. In his career, he has held various roles throughout operations, quality and finance as a Six Sigma Black Belt. Besides Cameron, he has led many process improvement efforts for firms such as GE, Bemis and Millwood.
For more information on Cameron International, visit www.c-a-m.com. Additional information can be found by reading the following iSixSigma article, http://www.isixsigma.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=1457&Itemid=1&Itemid=1.
The iSixSigma team of reporters – including editor-in-chief Paul V. Arnold, senior editor Kirsten Terry and associate editor Randy Woods – are on site and will be reporting from the event in the News and Blogs sections of the iSixSigma.com Web site. Also, keep up to date by viewing our Twitter posts at http://twitter.com/iSixSigma.