Learn These Root Cause Analysis Steps to Improve Your Problem Solving

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Effective root cause analysis is the heart of any problem solving method such as Six Sigma, Lean, Root Cause Corrective Action and Plan, Do, Check, Act. It is an essential step for identifying critical components of chronic issues, sometimes inside involved projects spanning a few months. It is also the key to daily analysis of sporadic changes in process and …

Tired of Running from Competition? Fulfill the Customer Needs

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Your company has always been an industry leader. Your customers are loyal, your financials are solid, and your employees are happy. However, newer competition is lurking around the corner. They represent the new flavor, nimble and embracing the next wave. How do you focus on the present and still innovate for the future? How do you protect your core business …

How Lean Six Sigma can Combat Turnover

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Employee turnover is on the minds of American employers lately. The percentage of employees initiating a separation from an employer, known as the “Quits Rate” at the Bureau of Labor Statistics, has been rising since 2011. Since 2016 it has equaled the Quits Rate since before the Great Recession. While that is a great indicator of health for the American …

Why Top-Notch Team Training Is Important

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With the end of the Great Recession has come a dramatic increase in spending on Corporate Learning. The improved economic environment has made resources available for training and professional development for employees at all levels of the organization. Paired with the availability and quality of self-paced online learning, there are huge opportunities today to improve performance through Corporate Learning. Training …