announces the introduction of its first Master Black Belt (MBB) Summer Webcast Series.


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Larry Goldman
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Three free, educational seminars for experienced Lean Six Sigma professionals

Columbus, Ohio (July 9, 2010) –, the leading global provider of online Lean Six Sigma (LSS) training and Blended Learning support technologies, announces the introduction of its first Master Black Belt (MBB) Summer Webcast Series. This series of three, free one-hour lectures by process improvement experts covers advanced process improvement topics in the areas of Lean, statistics and LSS project management over a four-week period. Led by speakers from The Ohio State University and, the series will provide Lean Six Sigma professionals with opportunities for continuing education on a selection of essential subjects not covered in basic training classes.

The 2010 MBB Summer Webcast Series is meant for MBBs, Black Belts, and other experienced Lean Six Sigma professionals looking to add to their skill set. The Webcasts in the summer series cover the following topics:

  • “Building Discipline Around the DMAIC Methodology: Tollgate Review Best Practices” by Dr. Scott Sink, The Ohio State University, on Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 11:00 AM (EDT)
  • “Core Process Pull: Little’s Law in Action” by Dr. Lars Maaseidvaag,, on Thursday, August 12, 2010 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • “The Transactional Dilemma: Understanding Regression with Attribute Data” by Smita Skrivanek,, on Thursday, August 26, 2010 at 11:00 AM (EDT)

Individuals interested in learning more about the Master Black Belt series or attending one or all of the lectures should visit: In addition, The 2010 MBB Summer Webcast Series lectures will all be recorded and made available on the Web site.

Each Webcast is based on materials presented in greater detail in the Master Black Belt development program jointly offered by The Ohio State University and Each presentation will define the concept, describe the general application of the concept, and include suggestions for how to successfully coach others on the same material. Attendees will receive summary and supporting materials following the Webcasts.

In April of 2010, and the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University (OSU) announced the launch of an innovative and affordable Master Black Belt development program. The collaborative program, which employs a Blended Learning design of classroom instruction at OSU and online instruction from MoreSteam, covers the MBB body of knowledge and diverse topics that include advanced Design of Experiments, Project Management, Leading Change, Financial Analysis, Ideation, Process Modeling and the Design of Lean Systems. More information on the MBB development program may be found on the MoreSteam Web site:

About is the leading global provider of online Lean Six Sigma training and Blended Learning technology, serving over 1,800 corporate clients and over 45% of the Fortune 500 with a full suite of Lean Six Sigma e-Learning courses, EngineRoom® data analysis software, TRACtion® online project tracking software, CrucibleTM online testing, and SigmaSim® online DMAIC simulations and games. was launched in the year 2000 in response to the high cost of traditional Six Sigma training and tools, and has now trained over 250,000 Lean Six Sigma professionals. MoreSteam’s mission is to enable people to advance the performance of their organizations by delivering powerful tools for process improvement to the widest possible audience at the lowest price available.

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