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Six Sigma Brainstorming-Put Your Thinking Caps On

Six Sigma Brainstorming- Put Your Thinking Caps On

Six Sigma Brainstorming is invaluable and beneficial, and a company is highly advised to perform it every once in a while to produce and assemble ideas.
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Deadlines: Stop the Fear (and the Procrastination)

Deadlines cause great quantities of complications in the business environment and they possess the potential to be expensive as well.
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How Do Leaders Approach Lean in the Manufacturing Industry?

At this moment in the manufacturing industry, Lean has its feet on the ground. The ideology of Lean Manufacturing was initially introduced by Toyota...
inspiration, leadership, business, six sigma focus blog

Inspiration: How Do Great leaders Inspire Us?

Most people in business aspire to be great leaders—passionate, inspiration, thoughtful and productive. But we all know people in the business world who do...
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Business Tools: Meet the Guy Who Made Them Easier

  How many times a day do you enter data into a spreadsheet? Probably more often than you care to count. But, have you ever...
female leadership, business, entrepreneurship, six sigma focus blog

Female Leadership: Claim Your Place, The World is Changing

"Dear optimist, pessimist, and realist -- while you guys were busy arguing about the glass of wine, I drank it! Sincerely, the opportunist!" Lori...
strength, character, helplessness, leadership, six sigma focus blog

Strength: Asking for Help is Not a Weakness

“From what I've seen, it isn't so much the act of asking that paralyzes us--it's what lies beneath: the fear of being vulnerable, the...
difficult employees, employee issues, hr, leadership, entrepreneurship, six sigma focus blog

Difficult Employees: Are You Ready to Scream Yet?

One of the reasons you struck out on your own and left corporate was to avoid all of those employee issues that just drove...
business failure, small business, leadership, six sigma focus blog

Business Failure: Why Are There So Many?

According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), close to 66% of small businesses will survive their first two years. What that means is that...
body language, professional development, skills, six sigma focus blog

Body Language: Does It Shape You?

People are constantly throwing off a storm of signals. These signals may be silent (non-verbal) messages communicated through the sender's body movements, facial expressions,...

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