Team Building with Six Sigma

In a podcast, I had Jeffrey M. Koff, the Director of Lean Six Sigma Learning on from Xerox we broke off on some of the discussion on Lean and Six Sigma and focused briefly on team building. You can read or listen to the entire podcast here Design for Six Sigma or the podcast with Read More …

Defining the Nature of Value in Data

Dr. Eric Reidenbach: No, I think you’re accurate. I think that there is a ton of data, and that’s why you need some overriding metric, if you will, or overriding paradigm such as a value paradigm which governs and directs you as to how you convert data into information. The big breakthrough that Gale has Read More …

Choosing Product Markets

Dr. Eric Reidenbach:  Exactly so. Let me back up just a little second on that too because you’ve raised an interesting point. In choosing those product markets, what you’ll probably want to do is to apply certain criteria, such as what is your current market share within that particular product market. What is the market Read More …

A DFSS Expert’s View of TRIZ

Dr. Kai Yang is a Professor in the department of Industrial and Manufacturing, Wayne State University. His areas of expertise include Six Sigma, statistical methods in quality and reliability engineering, Lean product development, Lean healthcare, and engineering design methodologies. Related Podcast and Transcript: Six Sigma’s Voice of Customer Joe Dager: I also noticed in your Read More …

Do you have the Power to Predict?

Eric Siegel, author of Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die, reveals the power and perils of predictive analytics, showing how predicting human behavior combats financial risk, fortifies healthcare, conquers spam, toughens crime-fighting, and boosts sales. Eric is the founder of Predictive Analytics World and Executive Editor of the Read More …