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Six Sigma Jobs – eCommerce/Big Box Stores

In previous weeks, we sampled Six Sigma jobs from the financial and automotive/transportation industries. This week we sample Six Sigma jobs from five competitors in the eCommerce and big box store arena. Accordingly, we looked at job notices on Indeed for: Amazon Walmart Target Home Depot Lowes This was not meant to be a scientific [...]

2019-09-13T08:12:41+00:00 By |Tags: , , |0 Comments

Six Sigma Jobs in Automotive and Transportation Related Industries

Recently we took a snapshot of Six Sigma jobs in the financial arena. Now, we are sampling automotive/transportation companies to see what Six Sigma jobs are in need. As an exercise, again we went to Indeed.com   Accordingly, we looked at job notices on Indeed for five companies.  Bridgestone Americas Continental Penske Truck Leasing Ryder Lear [...]

Six Sigma Financial Jobs in Demand

There is no doubt that many top financial institutions have embraced some form of Lean Six Sigma. As an exercise we went to Indeed.com in order to get a snapshot of what the demand for jobs might be.  Accordingly, we looked at job notices on Indeed for six top financial institutions. J.P. Morgan Goldman Sachs [...]

ISSSP’s Blast from the Past: DMAIC or DMEDI

The International Society of Six Sigma Professionals brings you a significant presentation from the past. DMAIC or DMEDI (DFSS)? That is the Question, May 2, 2006 Steven H. Jones Note: Steven is currently the Delivery Excellence Leader at Concentrix. Do you want to improve an existing process, or do you want to design a new [...]

2019-08-24T08:39:40+00:00 By |Tags: , , , |0 Comments

ISSSP August Webinar Announced

ISSSP, the non-profit International Society of Six Sigma Professionals, providing a forum and resources for Lean, Six Sigma, and Operational Excellence practitioners, is proud to announce its August webinar. We are honored to have John Noguera, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of SigmaXL, Inc. as our speaker on Wednesday, August 21, 2019. The topic: SPC [...]

Service Gap Analysis and Service Failures

Hitesh Bhasin, in his blog from Marketing91, outlines how to conduct a Service Gap Analysis. A service gap is the difference between what the customers expect and what they perceived was delivered. This is based on a Gap Model. The Gap Model identifies six types of gaps that can occur along the way from the [...]

5W1H: Writing an Effective Problem Statement

“I KEEP six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who.” From “The Elephant’s Child” in Just So Stories, 1902, Rudyard Kipling. This video from Quality Hub India, with a realistic example, presents how to use 5W1H to write an effective [...]

ISSSP Is Seeking Webinar Presenters

The International Society of Six Sigma Professionals (ISSSP) is seeking experienced professionals to deliver webinars for its continuing monthly webinar offerings.  You can find out more at the following link. Webinar presenters receive a one-year free Professional membership to the ISSSP organization. Webinars use the GoToMeeting platform and are 45 minutes long, with up to [...]

Finding the Average Wait Time: Little’s Law

Queuing Theory is the study and analysis of waiting lines and uses mathematics to predict queue lengths and waiting times. This is important in the design and operation of many businesses such as theme parks, airports, call centers, and many others. However, you don’t need a degree in operations research to determine average wait times [...]

July Webinar Announced: Strategy of Mixture Experimentation

ISSSP, the non-profit International Society of Six Sigma Professionals, providing a forum and resources for Lean, Six Sigma, and Operational Excellence practitioners, is proud to announce its June webinar. We are honored to have Mark Anderson and Pat Whitcomb, Principals at Stat-Ease, and Design of Experiments experts to be our speakers on Wednesday, July 17, [...]