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  • Here, Learning, write directly to the author. I presume if he can’t or won’t help you then help is not available. This is his real email address.
    [email protected]

  • Like I said – you can teach it and help others solve problems – you are an MBB. (Lot fewer words than Outlier but the same point.)
    PS: ISSSP thing means nothing. Outlier says “…you score high enough on the…” – what the heck does that mean? Pick a score & call yourself a MBB, I guess. I stand by my original post – MBB’s are MBB’s because they…

  • Outlier’s advice is correct, inline with what I said yet not as flippant.
    My experience has been MBB’s have two skills beyond that of a practicing BB – 1) ability to instruct; typically classroom, 2) serve as the go-to mentor; that is, know the correct answer for nearly all impediments one may encounter as a belt.
    One training firm I was with…[Read more]

  • Upgrade to Power Point 2007 which has some great templates and create a certificate. Congratulations!
    PS: That may seem flippant, however this is the same process most have used.

  • Nolan replied to the topic Ripe for Six Sigma? in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    Stan, no I mean whoever you are….thanks.

  • Nolan replied to the topic Ripe for Six Sigma? in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    BT, it appears your work in this court action was beneficial however, is there not the possibility that since convictions are based on “beyond a reasonable” doubt and statistics may almost always show some potential for the “guilty” argument to be valid that use of this approach will get far more people found innocent who should really be found…[Read more]

  • Thank you for sharing such an informative post. There are some very serious challenges to be faced due to the varied interests of the parties.
    Certainly capitalism is viable in the financial “survival of the fittest”. Yet when it comes to health care we don’t value either a person’s life or one’s comfort so it may be next to impossible to r…[Read more]

  • CI, let it go. As you can see through this 50 or whatever response chain you will not get answers here. You will get only “I’m so much better than you” comments that somehow make this little tribe feel better about themselves. They have their little pond with the big fish and the little fish who brown-nose them and it goes on and on. Trouble is…[Read more]

  • Nolan replied to the topic six sigma in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    Mike, you came to the party late and have no idea what’s going on.
    A fake Les posted a ridiculous statement to the opening post. Stan & HB gave me crap about it even though the slightest bit of thought would have revealed the poster to be fake. I defended myself.
    Now you step in here and insult me. F all of you.

  • Nolan replied to the topic six sigma in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    Not that you care, HB, but I never took a position on what K should or should not do. I asked what the consequences of not passivating would be. I never got an answer so I never took an ethics position.
    You just presumed because I asked a consequences question that I have no ethics.
    You guys are a real waste…don’t care what is really…[Read more]

  • Nolan replied to the topic six sigma in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    I feel so privileged to be in the company of such amazing people….even if you do say so yourselves.

  • Nolan replied to the topic six sigma in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    Isn’t that moving….the Star Spangled Banner playing softly in the background…building to a ear-piercing level as HB strides from stage left…
    Ah, such a man there never was….but yet, here he is, Mr. Ethics. Bow before him…you mere humans….

  • Nolan replied to the topic six sigma in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    OK, and I’ll retrack my shallow comment about you.
    Re: Situational Ethics; nice card to play to insult someone however we are all that. Please don’t tell me you have never made a compromise in your life. Sorry, can’t buy that. We must measure consequences; only difference is how we each read the tradeoffs.

  • Nolan replied to the topic six sigma in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    Are you guys really that gullible?
    This guy posted at 4 AM, his grammar clearly identifies English is not his first language and what he says is in no way consistent with my posts.
    But then, neither of you has ever shown much depth in your thinking so I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised at your reactions. 

  • Nolan replied to the topic six sigma in the forum General 11 years, 3 months ago

    Post deleted by moderator. Reminder: Posting under any screen name other than your own will result in a ban from the forum.

  • That’s not true Stan – those are your rules, which you fervently apply to everybody except your buddies.
    The Forum rules say don’t “promote” a product or service. They are fine with responses that are applicable to a poster’s question and may lead to the parties doing business together; ie, Adam Bowden, Mike Carnell, Eric Maas  & others posting…[Read more]

  • OK, I’ll work on switching topics and mixing logic trails within my posts. Be patient, it may take some time for me to acquire that skill. May have to take a “classroom” course on that.

  • Darth, you switched topics again. I wasn’t commenting on breath or depth of topic matter. I was commenting on ettiquette.

  • http://www.lean.org has a robust forum and next to none of the junk in it…no apparent homework questions, sales promotions, insults, no Stan…simply straight forward discussions on topic.
    Not so sure this is because rules are any different; just a difference in the styles/attitudes, whatever….of the posters. Take and look and see the difference.

  • No argument there HB.
    My only point, which apparently I was not skilled enough to properly articulate, was “How serious is the issue?” That question was never answered fully as I can tell.
    Should I be willing to sacrifice my job over a deadly disease in a product – YES! Should I sacrifice it because my boss steals paper clips – NO!

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