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    By clearly listing the fraternity’s policies and code of conduct that is expected from each member, our chapter will express the Sigma Nu Fraternity in the respectable manner that it deserves. Our chapter continues to be one of the top fraternities at the University of Tennessee and can only remain at the top through the actions and attitudes of the active chapter. It is our obligation to continue on, and build up, the chapter here and we can only do so through our actions. Members will be held to a higher expectation of the fraternity’s policies and will be held completely accountable for their actions in order to express the level of respect that each member has towards our alumni, the university, and the Sigma Nu…

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    Music is the international medium that can link both mind and soul. From sophisticated, well drawn out classical music, to drums and rocks in Aboriginal tribes in Africa, music is a natural and seemingly God-given talent we all possess. “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent,” it is supernatural yet so uniquely human simultaneously (Hugo). Music elicits response; one main response it draws out is in-depth analysis. As popular as music is, music…

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    Lean Procurement Process

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    Introduction Lean practices can be beneficial for all types of organizations. The primary objective of lean is to improve organizational efficiency by eliminating waste, which in turn will lead to increased profitability. Organizational efficiency is directly linked to profitability. Often times growing businesses can find their organizations facing challenges due to inefficiencies, causing their bottom line to take a hit. According to Lancaster 2011, some of the strategies that organizations…

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    Application for APS6 Project Reporting Coordinator in the Enterprise Project I wish to apply for the position of Project Reporting Coordinator in the Enterprise Project and have provide the following information in support. Lean Six Sigma Since being with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs I have shown I am keen to take on new challenges and learn new information. I am well placed to assist EPMO staff in applying Lean Six Sigma methodology as I became a Yellow Belt in July 2015. Within my…

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    John Smithers faced many problems when Sigtek attempted to implement a Six Sigma Quality program. Some of these problems were of his own making, but the majority of them were the fault of management, both at Sigtek and Telwork. The American Society for Quality (ASQ) and our text list a minimum of ten steps that are necessary for the successful implementation of a Total Quality Management (TQM) program (Six Sigma is part of TQM). While it is hard to find even one of these steps that were…

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    Lean Six Sigma

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    Lean Six Sigma, or LSS, is the combination of two separate management techniques: Lean and Six Sigma. Lean management focuses on disregarding waste, variation, and non-value adding tasks. This technique is meant to optimize improvement and customer focus through material and information flow. ¬¬¬¬ Six Sigma is the “second” part to LSS and can only be applied after a Lean commitment has been implemented. Six Sigma is “uniquely driven by a close understanding of customer needs, disciplined use of…

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    critical thinking. Being a Japanese organization, Nippon Gohsei was acquainted with business process change systems so when BSI initially drew nearer them about receiving the Iean and Six Sigma approach, they were at first doubtful. They were justifiably mindful to put resources into preparing and were sharp to take in more about the potential results. Solution and its implentation Through an orderly procedure of preparing, driving and instructing, Nippon Gohsei worked with BSI to execute…

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    Be it a product or service, the Six Sigma methodology is widely uses across manufacturing and transactional projects alike (I Six Sigma, 2016). Effective use of Six Sigma concepts are taught by trained experts to the whole of the team (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). There are tow primary tools of Six Sigma, The Six Sigma DMAIC process (D-define, M-measure, A-analyze, I-improve, C-control) and, The Six Sigma DMADV process (D-define, M-measure, A-analyze, D-design, V-verify)(I Six Sigma,…

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    Veteran Transition Specialist, Experienced Trainer, and Supervisor with 20 years of proven experience in the United States Air Force. Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt that can achieve enterprise improvement results in any field. Possess a comprehensive background in Business Administration, Student Training, Supervision, Customer Service, and Education derived from years of experience in a military training industry. Recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance within education,…

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    Six Sigma Case Studies

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    a ten-point checklist to evaluate an article entitled Measure the Immeasurable: The World of Smell and Taste (“MIM”). This ten-point checklist has been applied against Six Sigma project case studies. MIM is not a case study by definition, but more of a look at industries’ use of new electronic measurement techniques and the influence they can have on and the opportunities they present to companies and teams using the DMAIC. More specifically, MIM explores the food and drink industries’…

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