I recently read an article that highlighted reasons why face to face classroom teaching is important and impactful. As a classroom instructor who is married to a school teacher this topic is dear to my heart. With each Green Belt and Black Belt class I teach the impact from attending an in-class program is obvious and […]
A recently released movie titled “The Hummingbird Project” starring Salma Hayek takes the idea of perishable data to the extreme. The basic premise is that two stock traders devise a plan to run a perfectly straight fiber optic line from New Jersey to Kansas spending hundreds of millions of dollars to complete. The payoff, stock […]
Tomorrow is February 2nd and it is GROUNDHOG DAY! The Pennsylvania Dutch weather lore states that a groundhog emerging from its burrow on February 2nd can predict an early spring. If the groundhog sees its shadow (due to clear weather) it will retreat to its den and winter will persist for six more weeks, and if it does […]
Rewarding week with a class of compassionate professionals from Nathan Adelson Hospice. Diane said it best if her feedback: Thank you Erik for an amazing experience in training 15 dedicated folks from Nathan Adelson Hospice to become Green Belt certified. We feel energized and better equipped to create continuous improvement for our patients, families, community partners […]
I have worked in the health care industry for over 30 years. In that time, I have spent countless hours and a significant amount of money obtaining CEUs and CMEs. Most of those trainings were informative and enlightening. A handful of them offered practical, behavioral strategies for improving my professional practice. The week-long Lean Six […]
Today nine members of the 820th Red Horse at Nellis AFB, Nevada graduated from Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training. Wonderful group of military professionals who are armed and ready to take on TIM WOODS. Congratulations to everyone for a job well done!