February 2015 Issue
The agency that oversees a Denver-area toll road uses lean Six Sigma to improve how it manages operations and patrols the 47-mile-long stretch of public highway.
by Jim Harlan, Walt Arnason, Jack Nichols and Jay Arthur
A consulting firm tapped into Six Sigma tools and techniques to tighten up how it tracked new business opportunities, helping the firm to follow through on leads and ultimately generate more revenue.
Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma propelled U.S. military medical planners in their design of a new version of a Blackhawk helicopter used to transport wounded soldiers.
Tasked with cutting millions of dollars from its annual budget, an Ohio university leveraged lean strategies and techniques to save money and become more efficient.
In this ASQ TV episode, learn benefits and challenges associated with implementing Six Sigma, how to distinguish the Six Sigma belt colors, potential ROI of implementing Six Sigma and the basics of DMAIC.
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2015 Lean and Six Sigma Conference
March 2–3, 2015 | Phoenix
2015 World Conference on Quality and Improvement
May 4–6, 2014 | Nashville
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