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11.15.2019 - WEBCAST - Continuous Improvement in the New Reality of Industry 4.0
Current buzzwords such as "Industry 4.0", "Artificial Intelligence", and "Machine Learning" sound louder each day and you might be thinking that the "old" concepts of Lean and Six Sigma are not relevant anymore. Join Alexander Silantyev from PwC Advisory Belgium for a two-part program to discuss how the old and the new concepts complement each other and play hand-in-hand. Dec. 5th & 12th at 10 AM EST
11.8.2019 - BLOG - Is Continuous Improvement in our DNA?
10.24.2019 - WEBCAST - Leadership & Lean Tools to Transform a City
Detroit is on the speedway to transforming itself in the way its residents live, work, play, and get around the city. Exactly how does a city rebound from having earned the top spot of the “worst” reputation list and reinvent itself? Join Bethany Melitz for an enlightening discussion about how Lean management principles and tools are being used to effect remarkable change at a community level.
10.14.2019 - HOW I FIXED THIS - 'Fresh Eyes' Fuel Gains for Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio collaborated with student teams from Fisher College of Business at Ohio State to address problems related to product throughput and pricing at its ReStores. Students completed MoreSteam’s Transactional Green Belt course and then went to the field to apply the course content on Habitat’s CI projects. Learn about the process improvements put in place that resulted in substantial increases to revenue.
10.1.2019 - WEBCAST - Optimizing Patient Flow in the Ambulatory Clinic Setting
Join Nicole Batulis at 1 PM Eastern on Thursday, Oct. 24th to gain insight into opportunities to apply advanced Lean Six Sigma tools such as DOE and simulation modeling in the service industry. This presentation will highlight work completed to support the optimization of patient flow in the ophthalmology clinic at an academic medical center.
9.3.2019 - BLOG - It's Not Brain Surgery: Setting problem solvers up for success