Submit MaterialsInternational Society of Six Sigma Professionals2018-05-02T23:25:10-06:00
All Lean Six Sigma theory and practice materials will be reviewed by ISSSP staff for approval before posting. Please submit materials using the form provided at the bottom of this page. If we have any questions or suggested changes we will contact you. You will be notified once your approved material is posted.
Presentations may be on any topic relevant to Lean Six Sigma theory and practice. They should be in a slide format in PowerPoint or PDF (we will convert them to PDF if you do not). They may be of any length, but a minimum of 10 slides is required. Note: If your presentation focuses on the application of Lean Six Sigma tools and methods to a project, please submit your material as a Case Study instead.
Here is a link to an example of a previous presentation: The Multifaceted Roles of Master Black Belts
White Papers are articles of any topic relevant to Lean Six Sigma theory and practice and are in Word or PDF. Slides are more appropriate for Presentations or Case Studies. We will convert documents to PDF before posting. They may be of any length but a minimum of two pages is required.
Here is a link to an example of a previous white paper: Raytheon Six Sigma
Case Studies focus on the application of Lean Six Sigma tools and methods to a project. These papers show how others have used Lean Six Sigma theory and practice in the real world. See the Presentation guidelines above if you are presenting your Case Study in a presentation format. If it is to be an article then it should be in Word or PDF format with a minimum of five pages.
Here is an example of a Case Study presentation: Increasing Help Desk Customer Satisfaction
Webinars are online presentations in a meeting format. They may be on any subject related to Lean Six Sigma. Please contact us with your suggested topics regarding Lean Six Sigma theory and practice, etc. We will get back to you with more information about technical details setting up and delivering a presentation.
Here is an example of a webinar: Synchronizing Six Sigma to Business
If you would like to conduct a webinar please complete the submit webinar proposal form. The submit materials form below is for presentations, white papers, and case studies only.
Use the form below to submit materials (other than webinars) and send it to us for review. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.