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Is Six Sigma Boring or Exciting? Six Sigma in Las Vegas? Definitely not Boring!
I know that our approach will not intrigue or excite all potential certification seekers; but I do want to provide advertising that is professional yet attractive. My feeling is that these certifications provide valuable knowledge that improve our lives, and make us as individuals, more productive, and provide us more time to enjoy our lives. The most fun thing I do, is make a lot of money. Why? Because I do not have to work constantly to make ends meet. I can go out and fish, hike, bike, and visit with loved ones all over the country. Having a lot of money is fun!
When I am teaching students the principles of Six Sigma I am also teaching them how to be productive in their life. These tools work for all businesses but these principles also work in our personal lives. Take for instance the tool, “the Kano model”, this tool analyzes the features the customer wants in his products. The Kano model separates features into basic / intrinsic, performance, and attractive. You could use this same analysis with your wife or husband. What does my spouse expect of me, what things do I do that improve our relationship, what things can I do that will excite him that lets him know my feeling for him. This analysis is not done enough at work, it is also not done enough at home.
I appreciate the feedback I get from my students and from those who view my website. I always am respectful to their concerns and opinions. But I believe that the certification classes I teach are exciting and not boring in the least. I provide real world examples of how the tool works and how we can improve the productivity and profitability by using the tool, is fun knowledge. That is the main drawback of online training, you learn terms, acronyms, definitions and tools but you get no experience of how the tools work. I make sure to avoid this in my classes.
If you think that Six Sigma can be fun, give us a try…you will not be disappointed.
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