Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Corporate Fear Factor

Authored By: Mikel J. Harry, Ph.D. One thing is for sure, we have all experienced fear at one time or another.  We intimately understand that fear can be a powerful force in determining the choices we make.  Generally speaking, we … Continue reading

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Six Sigma Scholarship for Veterans Pays Off

Authored By: A.T. Houston The Marines have a saying, Semper Fidelis, which means always faithful. Former Marine and the co-founder of Six Sigma, Dr. Mikel Harry continues to sponsor a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt scholarship program to help veterans … Continue reading

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Why You Should Be Experimenting

Authored By: Mikel J. Harry, Ph.D. The human mind is often perplexed and confused by all of the cause-and-effect events happening around us. While the cause of some things is self-evident, others are not. For those that are not, we … Continue reading

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Top 20 Capabilities of an Executive Business Improvement Leader

Authored By: Mikel J. Harry, Ph.D. According to the 2014 CEO surveys conducted by several highly respected organizations, there has been a fundamental shift in business priorities [1].  After a detailed examination and study of the survey results, this author … Continue reading

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A Story of Personal Victory Told by an Executive Master Black Belt

Authored by: Identity Withheld by Request Introduction and Overview Over the years, I have held leadership positions in several large F500 companies. The primary aim of my assignments was to enhance the organization’s improvement programs. However, depending on the type … Continue reading

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Gulf War Veteran Shares Six Sigma Story

I am a Continuous Improvement Professional and a Gulf War-era United States Veteran. I had the privilege of serving from 1988 to 1992 in the United States Marine Corps, where I worked in the supply chain management and physical distribution/logistics … Continue reading

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