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Is it Time for Six Sigma in Education?

Abstract: Over the last three years, Leslie Gardner has led a series of workshops for high school and middle school teachers in Indiana to introduce them to supply chain management, its potential for economic development and the career opportunities in supply chain management for their students in the future. Drawing from this experience, Gardner discusses why it is time for Six Sigma to emerge as a quality method in education, and what needs to happen to make this a reality.

Keywords: Lean/Six Sigma/DMAIC - Primary and Secondary Education Brief

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