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    Gutierrez
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    Hey,
    I’m looking for a six-sigma consultant in the Atlanta, GA area.  Does anyone have any suggestions? 
    Thanks,

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    #69913

    Jeffrey Mozingo
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    What type of industry are you in? Has your company already started implementation of six sigma or are you looking for an executive overview?

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    #69914

    Brent
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    Decide what you want to do…A consultant may not be the way to go. (For example, you may want to hire your own six sigma leader if you plan to do this right and hiring the consultant first is the wrong order to do things in).just my opinion of course…

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    #69915

    Gutierrez
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    We are in the graphic arts business.  We make printing plates and printing blankets.  Additionally, our other buisness division provides chemical support to the industial and electronics market space.

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    #69916

    Gutierrez
    Participant

    Please tell me why you think it is the wrong way to go.  Is this the classic chicken/egg issue?

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    #69917

    Jeffrey Mozingo
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    Email me at the address below and I will help you find a reputable consultant in your area.
    [email protected]
     

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    #69918

    Utah
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    Setting up an inhouse program would prove more cost effective and sustaining than initial outside consultation. Also, real breakthrough improvements are derived once you cross the firm’s boundaries to work directly with other value stream participants:  consultants work only within the firm’s boundaries ($) and miss this salient opportunity. Bring the consultants in to augment an existing program’s weakness or to get a fresh perspective.  A good MBB fully supported by upper management should prove the optimal first choice. 
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