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The Great Discovery: How Six Sigma can Empower the Ordinary to Achieve the Extraordinary!

Thursday, September 25th, 2008

In today’s business environment, there are three imperatives that are crucial to success. First, business leaders, at all levels, must seek new and better ways to make their organization more innovative in everything they do. Second, business leaders must continually strive to capture and deploy world-class practices that support the design and flawless execution of critical work processes. Third, business leaders must develop and retain a workforce of world-class leaders if the latter two objectives are to be fully realized.

To realize the aims of these imperatives, an organization must change the inner core of how its leaders and work teams think. But why is it so necessary to change the pattern of reasoning? Simply stated, every business breakthrough first begins its life as a thought; and a thought is the result of how a person (or group of people) thinks.

In his Keynote Address at the Global Lean, Six Sigma and Business Improvement Summit, taking place October 14 – 17 in Orlando Florida, Dr Mikel J. Harry, Principal Architect of Six Sigma will present a proven, systematic, time-tested way of leadership thinking. The Great Discovery can be rapidly deployed throughout any type of enterprise, regardless of product or service orientation from the bottom-up or top-down. It represents a way of thinking that can be quickly adopted and implemented by individuals and teams alike. In this sense, The Great Discovery can be immediately leveraged by leaders to better direct work teams toward the realization of a business dream or stretch goal.

WCBF’s 3rd Annual Global Lean, Six Sigma and Business Improvement Summit & Industry Awards presents an unrivalled speaker panel also headlined by other top business authors Matthew E. May, Kerry Patterson, Steven J. Spear, and Lee Cockerell, complimented by an outstanding speaker panel of industry leaders, CEOs and first-class Deployment practitioners addressing Lean, Six Sigma and process excellence for innovation and outstanding performance.

For details please visit the Summit Website or download the summit brochure and forward this to your appropriate colleagues.


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MEQMP Announces Six Sigma Green Belt Courses in KSA

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

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Four Days UK Accredited Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Course, 19th to 22nd October `2008

After conducting three awareness sessions of Six Sigma in Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah, MEQMP now launches Six Sigma Green Belt Courses in these three cities.

This Application Oriented Workshop (taught through exercises and case studies) will be targeted towards result oriented practicing professionals (not statisticians). It provides a road map towards capturing market share in today’s global economy via quantum reductions in variation, defects and total cost. The syllabus and course methodology is reviewed once every quarter with active involvement of ASCB (Europe) Ltd. UK to ensure continual improvement. Unlike traditionally taught Six Sigma courses, methods used in this course are very user-friendly and tailored to ensure proper understanding of the subject. Participants are encouraged to go back to their workplace and successfully practice the learning from this course. Class exercises and case studies are designed specifically to enable retention and application.

Mr. G. K. K. Singh – Director, Asian Institute of Quality Management will be the Lead Tutor for the course He is B.Tech (I.I.T. Mumbai – Silver Medalist), M.B.A. (I.I.M.Calcutta), QMS Lead Auditor, Six Sigma Master Black Belt, with 28 years of middle and senior management experience in Johnson & Johnson Ltd., Horstmann India Pvt. Ltd., and Enertech UPS Limited. He is an expert in total quality management and Japanese management techniques, he is co-author of the famous book “Relationship Management in 21st century organizations”. Mr. Singh specializes in ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, Kaizen,5S, TQM, Six Sigma, Poka-Yoke, and Jishu-Hozen training. He has been training participants from leading MNC’s & corporates since last 19 years. He also has excellent experience as a visiting faculty to leading educational institutions like Symbiosis Institute, National Insurance Academy and School Of Management – I.I.T Mumbai. He has mentored over 160 Six Sigma Projects till date.

Interested delegates should contact to Mr. Asim Baig , President MEQMP on president@meqmp.com or asim_beig@yahoo.com

For details visit:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/meqmp

www.meqmp.com

Join us for the premiere iSixSigma Live! Social and Networking Party in Seattle May 1

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

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SUMMARY:

This iSixSigma Live! event will unite and strengthen the Seattle-area community of business process improvement leaders at all levels.

What: It will be an after-work social event for all Seattle area quality professionals. We will have appetizers, an open bar, music, a pool table and the most exciting change agents from leading Seattle-based organizations. This is the one local event you don’t want to miss!

Who: Attendees will include anyone involved or interested in process improvement. This includes current and aspiring Six Sigma professionals (Green Belts, Black Belts, Master Black Belts, Champions, Deployment Leaders, etc.), Lean experts, transformation leaders, continuous improvement professionals, Kaizen leaders, business process management, process excellence, students¦you get the idea. However, remember: this is a social and networking party for change leaders and business professionals; so leave your catapults and control charts at home!

Why: Do you need a reason to socialize? Ok, maybe you do. How about: professional networking, seeing old friends, building new friendships, finding peers for professional support, you’re a pool shark and you’re looking for easy targets, meeting Seattle’s top talent pool, having an excuse to leave the office by 5 PM.

When, Where: See below.

RSVP: RSVP is required ASAP. While would love to have everyone in Seattle come join us for an interesting and entertaining evening of socializing, Rock Bottom Brewery has a limited capacity. Thus, an RSVP is required and we encourage you to RSVP as soon as possible to ensure you are able to attend.

DETAILS:

When Thursday, May 1, 2008 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Where Rock Bottom Brewery
550 106th Ave
Bellevue, Washington 98004
(425) 462-9300

Planner Michael Cyger, Founder of iSixSigma