Performance Improvement Journeyman; from manufacturing to government and nonprofits

by Brion Hurley Kieran Mohammed started his Lean Six Sigma journey as an operations manager in manufacturing. His early years taught him how performance success relies on the development of and collaboration with people. Along with his experience as a performance improvement consultant and program analyst in government, he has tailored his own unique approach […]

Using process excellence to help fight poverty – PEX Interview with Andrew Parris

Does using process excellence to help fight poverty sound far-fetched? It’s not, according to Andrew Parris, Business Process Specialist at World Vision, an international children’s charity. Parris has been working in East Africa for the last couple of years and in this Process Perspectives podcast, he joins the program to tell us more about what […]

Lean Six Sigma Boosts United Nations Peace Keeping Operations – PEX Interview with Donna Maxfield

Interview with Donna Maxfield, Chief of Staff for the United Nations Departments of Peacekeeping Operations and Field Support. She describes how the UN is using Lean Six Sigma to improve the efficiency of its peacekeeping operations. Improvements were made in speeding up reference and medical clearance checks, and aligning roles and responsibilities. Read more at: […]

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