Las Vegas Lean Six Sigma

Face to Face

I recently read an article that highlighted reasons why face to face classroom teaching is important and impactful. As a classroom instructor who…

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Groundhog Day 2024

Today is GROUNDHOG DAY! The Pennsylvania Dutch weather lore states that a groundhog emerging from its burrow on February 2nd can predict an…

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New Years Resolutions

Happy 2024 to all the Lean Six Sigma zealots out there! As is customary with a new year, there comes…New Year’s Resolutions….

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Thanksgiving Sigma

Lean Six Sigma and Thanksgiving may seem unrelated, but they share common principles that can lead to improved processes and a more…

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Power of Symbols

If you were feeling a little more patriotic this month it might be because September 13th marked Uncle Sam day. He is…

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Principle of War #12 – Exploitation

Most Lean Six Sigma professionals would agree that follow through and sustainment are the two greatest challenges facing Kaizen teams. A Kaizen…

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Principle of War #11 – Surprise

When good is not good enough, surprise customers with “wow” factors. Companies that can continuously improve, adapt, and adjust develop a competitive…

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Principle of War #10 – Economy of force

Economy of force : Do not waste resources Principle #10 is for the frugal. Green Belts and Black Belts are extremely valuable to organizations…

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Principle of war #9 – Security

Security : Do not permit adversary to acquire an unexpected advantage Moving on to our 9th principle in our battle for excellence. As we…

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Principle of War #8 – Simplicity

Simplicity : Only do the necessary. For anyone who was a student of mine they heard this word more than they can count during…

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