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2.22.2023 - EVENT - Webcast: Using Modeling to Teach Lean Six Sigma & DMAIC
Join us for a free webcast on best practices for teaching Lean Six Sigma in a virtual setting. Using a pizza shop case study, Kevin Keller will walk through the phases of DMAIC and give tips to engage your virtual audience. https://www.moresteam.com/webcasts/modeling-to-teach-dmaic.cfm
2.19.2023 - EVENT - Join Our 2023 SimCamp Sessions!
It's easy to get caught in the weeds when trying to sort out all the “rules” behind popular problem-solving roadmaps. But are these rules true? Believing that there are “hard and fast rules” to these roadmaps can pigeonhole you into doing more work than is necessary or even applying a roadmap that doesn't fit the problem well.
1.4.2023 - BLOG - Using Visual Management to Improve My Workouts
It’s officially 2023! Have you established your New Year’s resolutions yet? Recording, tracking, and reflecting on our data is imperative for accountability and success. In our latest blog, president Peg Pennington discusses the importance of tracking your progress through a common resolution; getting in shape.
12.16.2022 - EVENT - Attend our Free Machine Learning Webcast
Join us virtually on January 26th at 1 PM EST for a Machine Learning Webcast. Hosted by MoreSteamers Xander Hathaway and Nick LaRosa, this presentation covers the lessons learned from applying various machine learning algorithms to tease out which inputs (“features”) of training best predict learner success.
12.7.2022 - new EVENT - 2023 Blended Green Belt & Black Belt Dates are Here!
Whether you're in the beginning stages of your continuous improvement journey by earning your Green Belt certification, or advancing in your career by earning a Black Belt, our blended learning model will ensure your future success. Make 2023 your year by checking out our course dates and enrolling today! Learn more about our blended learning model
11.30.2022 - UPDATE - MoreSteam attends ASQ BOSCON 2022
11.21.2022 - BLOG - Making the Case for Organized Process Improvement
Reactions to the phrase "we need to implement Lean Six Sigma" range from excitement, to hesitation, to even feeling threatened. These are all normal reactions. Starting a continuous improvement program has its challenges, and it can be done ineffectively. But here’s the bottom line: Lean Six Sigma is right for every organization.
11.15.2022 - UPDATE - MoreSteam Staff Heads to Sunny Costa Rica
10.19.2022 - BLOG - Should I Become a Master Black Belt?
9.30.2022 - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - Master Series: Supply Chain Disruption: Modeling For Resilience
9.16.2022 - BLOG - Practice What You Teach: Applying Lean to Six Sigma Training
8.17.2022 - BLOG - What Would You Do for 15 More Points of IQ?
7.22.2022 - BLOG - Global Supply Chain Disruptions - The Revenge of Variation
5.11.2022 - BLOG - The Great Retirement by Lars Maaseidvaag
4.20.2022 - NEW RESOURCE - Green Lean Six Sigma
Lean methods reduce waste, smooth out flows, and utilize resources efficiently. Those objectives make it a natural fit with sustainability initiatives. Both people and the environment benefit when we look at the world through a universal process improvement lens. Take a look at how organizations are making important things work better and improving the health of our planet.
3.15.2022 - BLOG - Finding the Belt That Fits
In order to create a culture of organizational excellence, it's important to align the training with the specific roles that are needed to complete various process improvement projects. Every level offers valuable insight, and deciding on which level to train employees should depend on the complexity of the problem that they need to solve. The more complex the problem, the more sophisticated the tools necessary to solve it.
2.22.2022 - WEBINAR - Efficient, Effective, and Engaging Communication
You’ve done the analytic work, evaluated the data, and/or designed a solution that makes things better: now you have to bring others on board—and that means talking to other people about it. From reporting findings to creating a compelling case for change in practice or culture, this webinar is about telling better, more compelling stories with data. March 23rd at 11 AM Eastern. 60 min.
2.15.2022 - BLOG - Habitual Process Improvement
So much effort is put into process improvement training to build critical thinking and project skills, but all too often there is little energy devoted to building the structures and systems necessary to ensure that those skills are applied as intended. Read Bill Hathaway’s blog to better understand the psychology behind routines and how to design the management system to yield the behaviors we want.