Lean Six Sigma Can Make Millennials Your Greatest Asset

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Millennials will soon be the largest living American generation, and their impact on corporate America is already apparent. Older generations have been fairly vocal about their concerns with the stereotypical flaws that most millennials have, like: “They are entitled slackers” “They need constant praise” “They are job hoppers” “They don’t understand the true meaning of work” Sure these can all …

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 …

Why Preparation is Key to Business Success

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In today’s global market, the difference between the successes and the failures is no longer measured only in terms of financial performance and market share. What is now being factored into the equation — and rightfully so — is the value being delivered to the customer, which requires a clearer understanding of the elusive and ever-changing customer needs and the ability to translate those …

Top 4 Quality Management Misconceptions

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In today’s world of continually evolving technology — where not only the technology itself speeds up, but so does the rate of change — it is no easy task for companies to stay on the cutting edge of quality management. In order to maintain and manage quality and processes, the use of a quality management system is often the only way to avoid customer …