MoreNews About Operational Excellence, June 2024

The timing is perfect for the latest Quality Time with MoreSteam. On this episode, Alan Goodman joins the podcast. Alan is the Instructional Chair for Quality Engineering & Technology at Milwaukee Area Technical College. He is also a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, a consultant and public speaker, and an award-winning baker.

What makes Alan one of the most fascinating people in the Lean space?

In this episode, you will learn about Alan's connection to two of the most iconic movies of all time, Alan's role in a world championship season for the Milwaukee Bucks, and what started Alan on the path to lean.

Quality Time with MoreSteam Podcast

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New Webinar: Exploring the Power of Response Surface Methodology

Join us for our latest webinar hosted by Master Black Belt Kevin Keller. It's a deep dive into how Response Surface Methodology can transform your problem-solving approach.

´╗┐August 14th at 11:00 AM EDT

Webinar: The Future of RCA: Machine Learning-Driven Root Cause Discovery

You can now view the recording of the webinar, "The Future of RCA: Machine Learning-Driven Root Cause Discovery," on our website.

Then, head to our EngineRoom page to start your seven-day free trial!

Inbox, MoreSteam's most popular Lean simulation.

Want to learn more about our most popular Lean simulation? Join MoreSteam President Peg Pennington and the Lean Enterprise Institute on October 1st for an exciting workshop on Inbox, a workflow simulation for Lean office training.

Congratulations to our Newest MBBs

Congratulations to Robert Soler, Ihab Seoudi, and

Daniel Hornstein for completing their final project portfolio reviews for Master Black Belt certification.

Learn more about our MBB program offered in partnership with Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.

Quality Digest Article: A History of the Chart for Individual Values

This new article from Quality Digest discusses the development of the XmR control chart. It covers the evolution of the method, its practical applications, and its significance in quality control, emphasizing the importance of rational subgrouping.


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