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13 Nov 2020
An article about the relevance of lean six sigma qualifications that never expire, regardless of the activity of the holder.
2 Jun 2020
An article about why we plan data collection the way we do in six sigma project work. A quick look at the end result gives us clues.
15 May 2020
An article about the integration of both lean and six sigma methods to create value by removing the most common forms of waste in your business.
6 Mar 2020
An article about Contrast and Comparison as important influence tools that all change leaders should be aware of.
31 Jan 2020
An article about Social Proof as an important influence tool that all change leaders should be aware of.
18 Dec 2019
An article that will help you understand why it is sometimes a struggle to get people to change in large organisations.
11 Dec 2019
An article about the single biggest cost in your business that you probably know the least about - Human Resources.
5 Nov 2019
The best way to begin the analysis of data so that you don’t get bogged down and you solve the problem as efficiently as possible, that's the goal here.
24 Oct 2019
Questions form the backbone of any investigation or analysis. Here is a guide to asking better questions in FMEA.
23 Oct 2019
Pro tips about the questions you ask to effectively map processes and not get caught out by hidden waste.
23 Oct 2019
One shift that needs to take place for you if you’re a user of MS Excel and learning how to use statistical analysis software such as SigmaXL, is the way you think about how data is laid out on a worksheet. This article is to help you make that shift.
13 Sep 2019
The new and upgraded 9 Skills Factory App is now available for lean six sigma professionals.
11 Jun 2019
During our change leader training, students are exposed to situations where steps in a process have waste present. Here’s where a very common thinking pattern emerges.
16 May 2019
Without a clear understanding of what the problem actually is, improvement project work always risks getting away from the starting blocks at a super slow pace.
16 May 2019
As a business mentor who spends one week each month coaching on track with the California Superbike School, I’ve realised that many of these skills and thinking patterns relate strongly to high performance in business and one’s career development.
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