Meet Phil and Ted your Lean Six Sigma coach and student. In this episode we start to get a feel for the characters' personalities as they begin to explain Lean Six Sigma. This episode portrays the humorous side of both Phil and Ted.
Although this maybe a review of Lean Six Sigma for some you may enjoy starting to discover the personalities of these characters.
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Phil and Ted Reveal Their Personalities Explaining Lean Six Sigma
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Kyle Toppazzini is the president of Toppazzini and Lee (T&L) Consulting, and an international leader and consultant in lean Six Sigma. He publishes blogs and articles in Bloomberg Business Week, Digital Journal, Quality Digest Magazine and Social Media and is the author of the CFO Scorecard published in Exchange Magazine. (A global magazine produced by the Association of Financial Professionals). Kyle is currently working on a book that will bring new innovations in Lean Six Sigma and Quality Management.
Kyle is a six sigma master black belt and lean six sigma black belt receiving his training from the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College, a certified Balanced Scorecard Trainer, and a member of the Palladium Executive Group founded by David Norton founder of the Balanced Scorecard.
Kyle has conducted more than 30 performance and process improvement projects across the public and private organizations in government and health care yielding millions of dollars in cost savings and 80% improvement in performance.
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