Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Completion

November 4th, 2016

Lean Six Sigma is a statistical method to assist companies in improving efficiency and eliminating waste in its processes, giving those businesses new methods for defining, measuring, analyzing and controlling their operations and financials. On average, compnaies that habv implemented Lean Six Sigma processes have improved their bottom lines by $500,000 to $1 million.
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Corporate Innovation: A Baldrige-based Assessment of Innovative Corporate Practices and Entrepreneurship

July 27th, 2016

Innovation is the key to growth and competitiveness for the 21st century organization. The benefit of innovation for both the organization at the corporate level and the economy at the national and global level is undeniable. Innovation involves adopting an idea, process, technology, product or business model that is either new or new to its proposed application. The outcome of innovation is a ...
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2015 Quality Cup Awards

January 27th, 2016

The Mid-South Quality and Productivity Center presents a Regional Quality Cup Award which is aligned with the Baldrige Award Criteria and the former RIT/USA Today Quality Cup Award. This award honors individual teams (six categories) that make exceptional contributions to their employers’ quality improvement programs.
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