Best Places to Work for Six Sigma Professionals
Starwood Retains Top Spot March/April 2011 Volume 7, Issue 2
Corporate Leadership Profile
Best Places to Work for Six Sigma ProfessionalsBy Kirsten Terry and Randy Woods
Starwood Hotels and Resorts retains the top spot on iSixSigma's Best Places to Work list. Also, learn about the other nine companies honored this year.
iSixSigma's 8th Annual Salary SurveyBy Heidi Hanson
Report on compensation trends for Six Sigma professionals around the world.Buy this article as a PDF
"Final Tollgate" Project Example
Improving the Electronic Invoicing Process for Third-party LogisticsBy Joseph Chen
ATC Logistics & Electronics, a supply chain management firm, improves its electronic invoice rejection rate.
Caution: Training MisstepsBy David Lengacher
In their role as technical trainers, Belts must learn to steer clear of teaching failure modes. Six tips to avoid failures in intention and execution are presented here.
Getting an Education: The State of Lean Six Sigma Training in 2011By Katherine Bontrager
The experience of five companies displays the current trends in teaching Belts.