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Webcast: Is Your Driver Tree Stuck in Neutral?

Maurice Klaus, Product Architect, MoreSteam.com

Are you having difficulty coming up with drivers for your driver tree? Do you wish that you could get a more meaningful list of requirements?

Driver trees are used in Lean Six Sigma projects to decompose general wants into drivers and then into specific, measurable requirements. Join us for a discussion of a new twist on the traditional driver tree.

DOE can lead to breakthrough improvements; however, jumping in and tinkering is costly. Using DOE successfully depends on understanding its fundamental concepts and the basic experimental design process. It takes careful planning, precise application of statistics, and a lot of discipline. This webinar provides an overview of the use of DOE in a Tremco Lean Six Sigma project.

Benefit from the experience of Maurice Klaus, a performance management expert, as he describes lessons learned developing and applying this new type of driver tree in operational and transactional environments. We'll review details on how the new approach was developed and work through several case studies.

In this session, the following key points will be covered:

Maurice Klaus, Product Architect, MoreSteam.com

Maurice Klaus is the Product Architect at MoreSteam.com, where he develops course content, simulations, and software. Maurice has a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and is a Registered Professional Engineer (Michigan). He earned Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.