Free Webcast This Thursday: “Lean Six Sigma: History, Trends and Predictions”

Lean and Six Sigma have been buzzwords for more than a decade. Some companies have thoroughly embraced the concepts and toolsets, others have dabbled, and the rest sit on the sidelines wondering, to borrow a phrase from a television ad from the ‘80s, “Where’s the beef?”

In this interactive webcast, we will briefly review what these strategies entail, who is using them and how, and then we’ll put on our prognosticator’s hat take a look at what the future may hold in store. We will review some of the latest “buzz” on the topic as well as recent research aimed at how well these methodologies are moving off the shop floor into wider application.

In the course of the webcast, Ed would like to address participant questions regarding Lean, Six Sigma, or the “new and improved” Lean Six Sigma. After signing up for the webcast, forward any questions to: jromeo-hall@palisade.com. Questions can also be submitted real-time via the webcast chat feature.

Palisade is please to host this presentation from Edward Biernat. Ed is the president of Consulting With Impact, Ltd., a training, coaching, and consultancy located in Canandaigua, NY that he founded in 1998. CWI’s client list includes companies ranging from the Fortune 100 to post-startups in the medical device, food and food packaging, steel, automotive, healthcare, and service sectors. He is a graduate of Clarkson University with bachelor degrees in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, and has held positions in engineering, quality, and management at several New York companies. He is the author of numerous training programs and articles, and has presented at national and international events including the Institute of Industrial Engineers’ Annual Conference and the European Organization for Quality in Brussels, Belgium. Ed also developed part of the curriculum for and presents at the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification course at a local college.

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