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8 Steps to Operational Excellence

As the name suggests, 8 steps to Operational Excellence is a highly popular offering from Lean QA under the Lean Six Sigma solutions. It is highly structured in its approach and is organized in the following 8 steps: Step 1: Identify and prioritize Opportunities, Step 2: Project Definition, Step 3: Document and Measure Current Reality,

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Burnout is a Myth

You have access to unlimited source of energy! Your brain does not burn out unless you want it. Yet we’ve been disillusioned into this limiting belief “the burnout phenomenon” throughout our formative years. Pressured by the pundits and peers we start believing that we are incapable of achieving our full potential. So ask yourself what

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Creating Your Own Life Experiences

Through which lens do you view your life? Lens A: I have no power to create my own life experiences. I am a victim of circumstances and other people, unable to influence or change the situations I experience in life. Lens B: I have the power to create my own life experiences! All it takes

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Kaizen Rapid Improvement

Business transformation need not be very time-consuming. Kaizen rapid improvement uses the principles of Kaizen to set an organization for rapid improvement, as the name implies it can lead to a quick result, is extremely time efficient and can energize the entire team for the common goal achievement. Customer for each client, Kaizen rapid improvement

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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training

Lean Six Sigma black belt is one of the most sought-after programs for the quality professionals. Black belt has a pre-requisite and participants needs to have their green belt training completed. The participants after completing this program will be able to: Manage multiple projects and ensure their alignment to meet organizational goals Coach Green Belts

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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Our lean six sigma green belt training program teaches our participants the define-measure-analyze-improve-control methodology using case studies from several industries. Participants will learn to define improvement projects to satisfy the customer and reduce variation. This training program is designed for the employees of an organization who have been trained on the Six Sigma improvement methodology

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President’s Day

The third Monday of each February is President’s Day. Whether you’re the President (leader) of your company, your hobby organization, your family, your children, or your own life, take a moment to ask yourself: What kind of leader am I? Do I lead, influence, and make decisions for the love of work, power, and personal success? Or, do I lead a path for meaningful life?

Stop Seeking Happiness

Happiness was once my personal goal in life. And I have learned through many difficult years of my own search for happiness that happiness is merely a temporary, fleeting emotion. Happiness is earthly. An emotion. Happiness does not last. Especially when we live in a society constantly seeking the next big thing, and in a

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