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How Do You Define Value?

published on June 24, 2011

  Many companies chasing Lean or Six Sigma are often looking for instant savings and a way to automate a process; but there is a deeper meaning to the methodology. The best use of this methodology is to reduce waste …

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Finding Value

published on June 10, 2011

Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is a useful tool for every business and you don’t have to be focused on lean to reap the benefits. VSM puts your process on paper and helps you identify the areas that can be improved. …

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What You Need to Know About Balanced Scorecards

published on June 3, 2011

 In improvement projects there are a million methods to choose from, and every method is not appropriate for every situation. To be effective you need to know what the method is, what it tells you and the appropriate situation to …

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road

published on May 27, 2011

Follow the Yellow Brick Road For a few weeks now I have been defining different areas of 6Sigma and now I want to impart some simplicity in how and when to use some of those tools. In my eyes one …

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What’s in a Belt?

published on May 13, 2011

       When you start talking about belts and their colors (yellow, green, and black) many people start looking around for Karate practitioners, lost at the reference. Well I am here to tell you that not only is it …

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