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    MT student
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    Hello,
    I am an on-line student who resides in Montana.  I am currently in the process of developing a Six Sigma project to complete my bachelor’s degree.  My project involves using Six Sigma in the public sector.  I’ve searched the Internet for Six Sigma in Montana and have not been able to find any links to local companies that utilize Six Sigma.  I would like to get in contact with a Six Sigma specialist (of any belt) locally.  It is my hope that someone may know of someone whom I can be in contact with.  Thanks for your time and attention.
     

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    #142555

    almasi
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    dear mt student
    hi
    if u go over the posts, and see the emails,most of them are black belt belts even.
    search them please
     

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    #142560

    Anonymous
    Guest

    Why not consider contacting the Governor’s Office. He sounds like a really ‘switched on’ person – a rare find in these days of ‘memory’ educated pop-outs.
    As you probably heard he’s working on a number of projects one of which is realy important – the coal to fuel technology.
    Good Luck!
    Andy

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    #142572

    Mikel
    Member

    Get with Joe BB, he is from Montana. I think you can find him in one of those alternative lifestyle bars in Billings.

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    #142574

    Mikel
    Member

    Thnk u fr ur mst wel thougt ot & cmplt ansr.
    Mst do nt pt so mch efrt n thr ansrs.

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    #142582

    Ken Feldman
    Participant

    Check with some of the local hospitals.  Possibly one in Montana has been exploring deployment of SS.  An organization doesn’t have to be doing SS for you to do your project.  Often if you offer to help them they may allow you to do it.  Lots of government applications including local city or county.  Local universities might be another opportunity.

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    #142584

    Stevo
    Member

    Where in Montana are you in:  The beautiful part, the middle part or in West Dakota?
     
    Stevo

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    #142591

    BTDT
    Participant

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    #142592

    GB
    Participant

    ha, thts a gd lnk, bt i lke ths 1bttr
    http://www.gizoogle.com (check out the “tranzillator”)

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    #142593

    BTDT
    Participant

    hbgb b^2:Tranzlatin’ iSixSigma gave up:”iSixSigma requires certain 411 `bout yo browsa in rappa ta serve content properly n ta prevent abuse of our systems.”Youz betta,BTDT

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    #142626

    MT student
    Participant

    Stevo,
    I’m afraid I’m a bit biased and believe that the entire state of MT is beautiful, but I do live about smack dab in the middle of the state in Great Falls.  Thank you all for the advice.  This is a wonderful forum!
     
    MT student

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    #142628

    Hans
    Participant

    MT Student,
    That is classy response. It shows character and a strong backbone!
    If you want to contact me on my private e-mail. I may be able to help you but I can’t promise it. I have a few friends who work in the public sector, maybe through the network we can find a match for you in Montana. Regards. [email protected] 

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    #142659

    Stevo
    Member

    I agree.  I was born in Great Falls and raised in Kalispell. 
    Stevo

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    #142663

    LBJ
    Participant

    You could try a local non-profit organization.  When I was looking for a sponsoring organization, an industry professional suggested I try volunteering my services to non-profit if my own business could not provide meaningful projects. 

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    #142666

    Fowler
    Participant

    MT Student,
    You may want to contact one of the Caterpillar dealers in the state since CAT requires their dealers to embed 6 Sigma into their organizations.  In your area there is Tractors and Equipment Company (Idaho, North Dakota and Montana), Western States Equipment Company (Washington, Idaho and Montana), Butler Machinery (North and South Dakota)  and Wyoming Machinery (Wyoming, obviously).  You will want to contact their corporate offices, not a branch location, and ask for the 6 Sigma Deployment Champion of Master Black Belt (they are usually the same person) and they should be able to help you out.

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