Webinar: Using Disruptive Lean Six Sigma Tools to Build Collaborative Teams

In this interactive webinar, Steve will explore "MEism." vs. "WEism.” Understanding these two significant concepts creates a whole new paradigm for;

  1. Determining why we are here.
  2. Achieving full engagement in life and work. When we move from "MEism focus" to "WEism focus," we build teamwork, which leads to collaboration, creativity, innovation, and a fully engaged workforce that will make our country great.

Steve will use the tools from Disruptive Lean Six Sigma (DLSS) to explore where there are areas for improvement.

Prior to the webinar, registered participants will have the chance to fill out an assessment survey. One participant will be selected by Steve for an evaluation and feedback during the webinar.

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Stephen R. Schmidt
Stephen R. SchmidtPhD

About Stephen R. Schmidt

Stephen R. Schmidt, PhD, is the founder and CEO of World Class Quest, and is the creator of the Disruptive Lean Six Sigma (DLSS) discipline. He was on the original development team for Six Sigma at Motorola University headed by Dr. Mikel Harry. He trained the world’s first Master Black Belts and Black Belts at Motorola, Texas Instruments, Asea Brown Boveri, IBM, Kodak, and Digital Equipment, and trained most of the original Master Black Belts and Black Belts at General Electric, Raytheon, Sony, Lockheed Martin, H.E.B., U.T. Austin Business School,
Abbott Laboratories, plus many more.

He was featured on MSNBC and NBC’s The Today Show for the use of Lean Six Sigma in his own business, and has also been featured in ISSSP’s video interview series about Disruptive Lean Six Sigma. Steve has served on the adjunct faculty for Motorola Six Sigma Research Institute, Incarnate Word University, University of Texas (Austin), the Defense Systems Management College, and Alamo Colleges training for the City of San Antonio.

He received his B.S. in Mathematics from the U.S. Air Force Academy, his M.S. in OperationsResearch from The University of Texas, and his Ph.D. in Applied Statistics and minor inBehavioral Science from the University of Northern Colorado.