How is it then, with so many well educated and experienced posters the message is often clouded with insults and credibility challenges? Facts. Now theres the lead by example style we need to demonstrate!
I agree with you 100%. A good place to learn is a much better place to learn when posters and respondents respect…[Read more]
Ever consider that some of us might be well educated and experienced and like to give back a little in an effort to advance our chosen field? Some of the consultants like Mike are the real deal. But, then again, when giving back with altruistic intent, if some dufus begins to sling mud around its fun to knead and wad it into f…[Read more]
Then there is the old failure, there was recently a long thread about BB having no place to rotate into once their assignment ends. Many voiced an opinion it was time to go job searching outside their company….what a waste!
I don’t see the roation thing as a big buy-in, I see it always as a question the bb has to be carrying around in the…[Read more]
Well said….there is a lot to be learned in these threads. The normally intelligent (is that how you spell it?) people take what value they can from different postings. Some people don’t ever read mine because most times they are usless. But thats the beauty of having a head on your shoulders; you can make and choose thoughts you believe in an…[Read more]
Rewards for a Blackbelt? In the company where I work we call it a job with decent benefits. Why should a BB get more than that, he’s sure not working harder than anyone else? They already get to walk around the shop 1/2 the day shooting the bull with their buddies. You know, sort of acting like consultants.
Later! And Go Red Sox..and way to go…[Read more]
Jack Welch replied to the topic Nonparametric Roadmap in the forum Nonparametric: Distribution-Free, Not Assumption-Free 17 years, 8 months ago
Why not just go to only a competent surgeon. Remember in a graduating class of 150 doctors you call to top graduate doctor, and you call the 150th graduate doctor too.
“Go Red Sox!”
How the heck does dumba** thread apply to 6S? Does this mean if I have a problem in the shop and I have three ideas to fix the problem and one of the ideas is proven wrong by my BB. That I should switch my play of action to the one I didn’t choose to have a better chance of solving my problems. I think Ask Merrlin has the right idea…you gu…[Read more]
I work in an environment where it’s MBP (management by preception). The only wrong things you can do are those things that are precieved to be wrong…no matter how much sence they made.
I have been reviewed by my boss’s boss..2 level higher. I haven’t been in his office 10 minutes in the last year. When I mentioned that it was sort of Ma…[Read more]
I think we work in the same place. I see it as heavy duty egos at work that don’t want the help. Because the kingdom these managers created, or had created for them, would collapse if someone came into their area and made something better for them. If they or their team can’t take credit for any improvement then its nothing they are interested in.
Jack Welch replied to the topic Critical Success Factors of Six Sigma Implementation and the Impacts on Operations Performance in the forum General 17 years, 9 months ago
Forget it! I’m taking the train; derailments or not!
Though it is 2002 there are still many companies that work this way. I’m sure these companies are no where as successful as they could be. Think of the cold water that attitude throws into the face of people who have better ideas of way of doing things.
Of course I was being cynical, but its only amusing because some people st…[Read more]
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