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What Are You Not Doing

This article is for all professionals who want to make the most of their time. The thesis is that we need to consider the things we are not doing as well as those we are supporting with our effort. 813 more words

Enabling Actions

An easy Kaizen technique for beating procrastination

Let’s define it first. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, procrastination is to keep delaying something that must be done, often because it is unpleasant or boring. 869 more words

David Kiger

Six Sigma Needs To Get Off It's Boring Perch

Through the years, Marge and i have been uneasy with how we practice BPM. After the initial excitement over your first couple of projects, somewhere along the way the whole methodology seems to lack a kind of punch or sexiness. 2,239 more words


Green Lean Sigma


Often the set of processes that occur in the productive sphere are broken into sections , departments, which focus on a particular aspect of the process . 1,254 more words


How can Lean Six Sigma help Machine Learning?

I have been using Lean Six Sigma (LSS) to improve business processes for the past 10+ year and am very satisfied with its benefits. Recently, I’ve been working with a consulting firm and a software vendor to implement a machine learning (ML) model to predict remaining useful life (RUL) of service parts. 872 more words

Data Analytics

What you need to know about Six Sigma

Currently, Six Sigma is a reference methodology for many companies to supply different customer needs. Through this method, quality could be measured and improved to get excellence in what customers want and require. 806 more words

David Kiger

Important Questions You Need To Ask For Continuous Improvement

When company owners, entrepreneurs and even CEO hear about kaizen and how it can help with the continuous improvement of their companies, they immediately feel attracted to the idea of making some changes that in the end will help their organizations become better at what they already do and how they do it. 891 more words

David Kiger