2014 Lean Six-Sigma SIG / Ott Quality Conference meeting at NJIT

Join us for dinner and a dynamic presentation on Lean Six-sigma on March 27th, 2014 at NJIT.

  1. An Introduction to Lean Six Sigma with Engineering and Service System Examples (by Vincent Miller and Paul Ranky) about 40 min plus Q/A. Key Concepts (by Paul Ranky). Define value, VSM (Value Stream Mapping), continuous flow, pull, perfection, the difference between lean and 6 sigma (by Vincent Miller). Engineering examples and application areas with huge potentials for LSS (by Paul Ranky); Business and Service system examples and application areas with huge potentials for LSS (by
    Vincent Miller)
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Human Error Prevention Workshop – April 11th, 2014

cancelledPrecept – Except for (a) risks from decisions based on cost-benefit analysis and (b) risks that are unidentifiable in advance (e.g., those associated with discovery and invention) – except for these risks, all losses to an enterprise are attributable to human error in the design of processes, including the design of the hardware used in the processes, and in the implementation of the processes. The prevention of human error should have very high priority.
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