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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-15-2005, 10:08 AM Thread Starter
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Lean Six Sigma?

Anyone complete any of these programs? I am getting into the Yellow Belt program soon and want to be green belt certified within a year or so.


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-16-2005, 08:15 PM
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The company I work for - Quest Diagnostics - Is VERY big into performing at Six Sigma..
I work in the same area as the black belts(5) and the master black belt at my work. And actually my group has just started a Six Sigma project. I do plan on getting my Green Belt certification soon, as they do all the training onsite at my work.. I think they have trained over 50 Green belts this year at my location(about 1200 employees in my building)..

Kinda weird to hear it outside of work.. :slutty


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I figured I'd see what all the hype was about


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The company I work for - Quest Diagnostics - Is VERY big into performing at Six Sigma..
I work in the same area as the black belts(5) and the master black belt at my work. And actually my group has just started a Six Sigma project. I do plan on getting my Green Belt certification soon, as they do all the training onsite at my work.. I think they have trained over 50 Green belts this year at my location(about 1200 employees in my building)..

Kinda weird to hear it outside of work.. :slutty
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yellow belt is going to be pretty easy, but green belt is a lot of work. minimum 250k in cost savings or "soft" savings in the form of increased revenue. Not to mention all the classes and reporting you have to do on it.

six sigma (as you know) is big on the resume. Its definitely "in vogue" now


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The company I work for - Quest Diagnostics - Is VERY big into performing at Six Sigma..
I work in the same area as the black belts(5) and the master black belt at my work. And actually my group has just started a Six Sigma project. I do plan on getting my Green Belt certification soon, as they do all the training onsite at my work.. I think they have trained over 50 Green belts this year at my location(about 1200 employees in my building)..

Kinda weird to hear it outside of work.. :slutty
yea
yellow belt is going to be pretty easy, but green belt is a lot of work. minimum 250k in cost savings or "soft" savings in the form of increased revenue. Not to mention all the classes and reporting you have to do on it.

six sigma (as you know) is big on the resume. Its definitely "in vogue" now
I want to get ino doing the six sigma....heard about it awhile back and knw its huge on the resume. couldnt hurt for me ecept the financial part of it right now
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-17-2005, 03:05 AM
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I'll have to look into this. I'm working on a couple of OS level certs, then when I'm done I'll look into these.
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