Six Sigma Training Projects

Project Requirements for Certification By Alan M. Leduc Below is an article written by Dr. Mikel J. Harry in 2013. Mikel points out the issues with selecting “real world” training projects that have “educational worthiness” and the difficulties in assessing such projects for the purposes of validating a Belt Candidate’s ability to apply their knowledge. Mikel suggests that a better alternative might be a project simulation which is designed for the purposes of assessing the candidate’s ability to make sound decisions and judgements based upon data. Mikel wrote this article, because he had already come to conclusion that project simulation was superior to “real world” projects in assessing a

SSMI Latin America Announces Partner in Mexico

The Six Sigma Management Institute Latin America is incredibly pleased to announce a partner in Mexico, with the appointment of Adriana Aleman (as featured in the picture). Adriana has a degree in Public Administration and a degree in Tourism Management. She has an English Proficiency Level C2 and has significant experience in Customer Service, Marketing & Sales, Public Relations, Project Management and Resource Management, as well as, being a Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. She led the creation of JMX Furniture Export Consortium, which clusters 8 of the most important furniture companies of Jesús María, Ags obtaining $2,500,000 pesos. She obtained and managed $6,919,700.00 pesos for t

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