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    Div
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    pl tell what wanderlust implies in six sigma.. regards

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    #153959

    Heebeegeebee BB
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    This should be good…
    Popcorn’s ready.

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    #153962

    clb1
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    wander – to roll, to move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment.
    lust – to crave: have a craving, appetite, or great desire for
    Soooooo …..wanderlust in six sigma would have to mean someone who has a great desire to move about aimlessly in search of employment so that you will have money to by things like popcorn.  (see random walk)
    ….Heebeegeebee BB, if it’s salted and buttered I take some now……

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    #153964

    Wanderlust
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    Jee, Six Sigma is quite inventive in appropriating even the arcanest of all terms. Now it’s “Wanderlust”. In the Middle Ages, German apprentices had to work at various locations of a guild association in order to become certified as a Meister (Master). The “Wanderjahre” (the years spend travelling and working) were ended at the point of origin with the certification as a “Meister”. During the 19th century “Auf Wanderlust sein” became a romantic way of demonstrating one’s liberal aspiration for German Unification (which then occurred in 1871 under less liberal circumstances). Wandern is not associated with aimlessness or lack of destination. Wandern always requires a “Wandertour”, i.e. the Wanderer ends up where he started. It’s also not a random walk, and it definitely does not require popcorn. clb1, your research skills suck :-).

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    #153965

    BritW
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    Nothing

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    #153968

    Wanderlust
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    Britw,
    Wanderslust is a critical part of the certification process in a multi-divisional corporation where “candidates” get transferred from one division to another as part of their project completion. This results in the highly prestigious “Six Sigma Wanderlust Certification”.  

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    #153969

    BritW
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    ok

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    #153971

    Heebeegeebee BB
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    Salted and double-buttered!

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    #153994

    SSS
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    Speaking of Pl, nect time use a capital L…I thought someone was dissing PI for awhile.  Noone messes with PI!

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    #154086

    accrington
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    Just checking. You’re not Mr AllthingsIdiot (O) with a new nom de plume are you? The reason I ask is that ‘div’ is a slang term used in the city of Liverpool. The definition is pasted below:

    div
    Noun. An idiot, a pitiable person, a contemptible person. Cf. ‘divvy’

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