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I just learned how my colleague, Dr. Lisa Custer, brings her deep expertise in Design of Experiments to winemaking. She belongs to a winemaking co-op that... read more

We wanted to let all of our newsletter subscribers know about a wonderful opportunity to gain new insights, share best practices, and network with other Lean Six Sigma professionals. The call for papers is now... read more

We all know how well Lean Six Sigma tools work to improve business processes, but have you thought about how they could improve your everyday life? ... read more

You are probably familiar with Lean Six Sigma, a methodology for improving existing processes. Did you know that there is a similar methodology for product and process design? ... read more

Are you paid what you're worth? According to the American Society for Quality, the average salary in the US for Black Belts is $98,489 and the average salary... read more

It was great to see so many old friends and make some new ones at the International Lean and Six Sigma Conference in San Diego. Business Process Management ... read more

I hope you will join Kristine Bradley and I for the upcoming Lean Six Sigma conference in San Diego, California. 2013 Lean and Six Sigma World Conference ... read more

As we come upon this holiday season, we are thankful for our friends and family, for the new people we have met in 2012, and for those who we have known for many years. Please enjoy our holiday card:... read more

An ASQ study released this month shows that Six Sigma programs have an average return of double the investment made in the program in annual, direct, bottom-line cost savings.1 ... read more

Many continuous improvement projects that take months could be addressed more efficiently and effectively with a Kaizen approach. With good preparation and follow up, a Kaizen event is a one week focused... read more