iSixSigma

List of black belts/MBB

Six Sigma – iSixSigma Forums Old Forums General List of black belts/MBB

This topic contains 15 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  Adam L Bowden 13 years, 9 months ago.

Viewing 16 posts - 1 through 16 (of 16 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #40918

    AT
    Participant

    Can some one inform me whether a list of Black belts/MBB exists anyehere? I am interested in knowing those who got Black belt/MBB from Allied signal,
    Thanks,
    Regards
    Ramesh

    0
    #127862

    CT
    Participant

    You will probably have to contact their Human Resources Corporate Office to obtain that list. Not very probable that they will give it to you, but you never know.
    Not sure if ASQ keeps a list or not. Universities keep a transcripts, but you probably wont get that either, without doing some pretty expensive background work.
    Good Luck

    0
    #127865

    Adam L Bowden
    Participant

    There are alot of us …  as CT points out – it’s unlikely you’ll get hold of a list from HR.
    Adam

    0
    #127867

    Mikel
    Member

    Send me a name and I’ll find out if they are certified at AlliedSignal. Include what business sector they claim to be certified by.

    0
    #127872

    Ron
    Member

    Adam,
    Are you still with FDC?
     

    0
    #127873

    Mike Walmsley
    Participant

    The following recieved certification @ AlliedSignal Automotive (before it was bought out by Robert Bosch) :

    Barry, Austin

     

    Oliver, Randy

    Brinkley, Truman

    Parent, Louie

    Wheeler, James

    Acker, Lynda

    Blackmond, Marla

    Hulen, Greg

    Pangilinan, Aurelio

    Uhl, Dan

    Whittaker, Lynn

    Wieczorek, Robert

    Drenth, Jason

    Oviedo, Mario

    Julow, Jason

    Brainard,Dale

    Byrd, Chris

    Metz, Joe

    Roth , Greg

    Hernandez, Baltazar

    Domingues, Marcelo
    The instructor was Mikel Harry and others.
    Greg Roth, who used to work for me in the Relibility group is currently an MBB @ Electrolux. Dale Brainard left to work for ASI (I believe) and is an MBB. Marcelo Domingues is an MBB and currently works in sales in Latin America. Barry Austin left to work for one of the “Big 3” The remainder are still with Robert Bosch and are spread throughout the various organizations.
    The certifications range from 95 – 97.

    0
    #127874

    Mikel
    Member

    Mike,
    Good list, but this is only AS Braking who was sold to Bosch. They represent 1/6 of Automotive and maybe 5% of AlliedSignal.
    Mikel Harry was not an instructor, he never showed up for any BB classes or BB certifications.

    0
    #127876

    Mike Walmsley
    Participant

    Gee,
    Then I guess I never met him or shared conversation with him while having a cig outside of our engineering building. Nor did I recieve his manuals free of charge. Perhaps he was just the front man for his instructors.

    0
    #127877

    Swaggerty
    Participant

    The guy who trained me was Dan C .  Ex Allied, was working for the George Group then.  Brilliant trainer!!
     
    believe he’s at caterpillar now

    0
    #127878

    Swaggerty
    Participant

    sorry Dan Campion

    0
    #127880

    Mikel
    Member

    This was at a BB class?
     

    0
    #127883

    Mike Walmsley
    Participant

    Yep. GB & BB I believe.
    ps. Never heard of Dan Campion.
    What we are probably dealing with here is a company / divisions that were operating independently in their selection of trainers. This is not out of the norm. The division heads looked at availability , cost , geographics , etc. Oceanics div. probably had someone different than TTBS or Automotive , ALS ,Engine Controls & Accessories, …
    The only thing that was probably common was the need to pursue six sigma training and implementation. Larry Bossidy could be a very convincing guy at the time when he has the future of your division in his hands. If multiple trainers is the case, thue problem with identification will be even mtore difficult.
    Stan, I could be wrong. I never sat in on the classes (I had my prelim training at GM tech Center in the late 80’s as part of the GM Quality Network initiatives). The only thing I can think of was that he was on site when I met him to provide a quote for services or materials. I saw him and talked with him several times that week I know they used his books for the training (they could certainly do with less graphics, it detracts). I no longer have telephone contact info for the guys that were on the list provided earlier, or I would call some of them to confirm. Sorry.

    0
    #127885

    Mikel
    Member

    You’ll have to take my word for it.
    If you met Mikel at your engineering building that would have had to be South Bend because I know he was never in St. Joe. BB classes were in Knoxville and Cincinnati.
    Mikel did once spend several days in Southfield but not to teach a BB or GB class.
    His materials were unusable, but if he signed them for you I’d keep them as they may be valuable in 50 years – who knows?
    I still know how to find many of those guys if you are interested.

    0
    #127889

    Mike Walmsley
    Participant

    Yep. It was South Bend.
    We used to joke about the “comic book”.
    ps Where did you work at the time? Did you work for Allied?
    At St. Joe? Are you still there or did you leave?
    Greg Roth is about the only person I would liketo get ahold of. I lost his e-mail address @ Electrolux.
    His daughters family was in New Orleans. I wanted to find out if they were all right.
     

    0
    #127890

    Mikel
    Member

    email me at StanMikel@aol.com – I’ll send you Dale’s email. I am sure he has kept track of almost everyone.

    0
    #127947

    Adam L Bowden
    Participant

    sure am – give me a call.
    Adam

    0
Viewing 16 posts - 1 through 16 (of 16 total)

The forum ‘General’ is closed to new topics and replies.