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Building Capacity Within a Lean Six Sigma

Posted by kyle toppazzini on Mon, Jan 21, 2013
lean six sigma, lean, six sigmaIn this episode Phil and Ted discuss how to build capacity within an organization while implementing Lean Six sigma. 

This is part of our regular lean six sigma video blogs that we will be providing along with our regular blogs.

 

Building Capacity Within a Lean Six Sigma Implementation

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About the Author

Lean Six Sigma, Sigma, Kyle Toppazzini

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.

 

 

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Topics: sigma, lean, Lean Six Sigma, process, six sigma, capacity building