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eXample Consulting Group launches Global Lean Six Sigma Forum Print E-mail
Written by Anand   
Tuesday, 19 August 2008
eXample Consulting Group has announced the launch of a new "GLOBAL LEAN SIX SIGMA EXCELLENCE" online forum for the benefit of the professional community.

The objective of this forum is to link industry professionals, Six Sigma and Lean practitioners across the globe. It will enable excellence aspirants to get well initiated into Six Sigma and practitioners to sharpen their process improvement competencies based on Six Sigma and associated frameworks.

The forum shall be moderated by eXample Consulting Group (www.examplecg.com). "As we gain momentum, an independent group of moderators shall be established to oversee specific subject matter areas," said the release. It will facilitate sharing, learning, standardization, benchmarking and drive thought leadership

The forum shall serve as a platform to enable the professional community to "CONNECT - SHARE - LEARN" and enrich their intellectual and execution capabilities. It will have a key focus on enabling Business and Operational Excellence built around Six Sigma, Lean, Design for Six Sigma and Balanced Scorecard and shall include a wider gamut of Process maturity frameworks in due course.

It shall also help create a rich repository of Six Sigma and Lean applications across various industry sectors besides driving excellence thinking and action in personal and professional life.

To register and participate in the Global Lean Six Sigma Excellence forum visit http://leansigma.collectivex.com

 
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