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    amrlord
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    As for now days youth people are the main core of developing any business, with their new mentality thoughts and power, so in order to giving the chance for them, from my prospective way of view i think that “we” need all the help needed to develop our self’s to claim the chance to participate in the development weal which will lead to increase in the multiple effects on the global economy, so need your support to know the best way to gather information about the SIXSIGMA & COPC, knowing that its so rough to handling the courses expenses.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Mike Carnell
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    @amrlord I am not sure what the point was to the long diatribe but since nobody else wants to answer you I will take a shot at it. Participation in Continuous improvement is not gender, religion, nationality, race, etc. sensitive. The younger generation issue doesn’t change first principles, mechanical engineering, etc. There are courses out there in Six Sigma at all the various levels that are being done for free. Some are good and some are not but regardless of course quality you can do enough independent study to make yourself proficient.

    I have absolutely zero clue what you are talking about with regards to affecting the global economy. This is purely a suggestion. Try improving one operation inside a larger process before you set your sights on fixing the global economy or anything else globally. I am not saying you can’t. I am sure there is some probability it would happen but it is a low percentage play to go from not knowing anything to fixing the world.

    Just my opinion

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