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Six Sigma - Taking a Strategic Look
May 9th, 2014


Join us for this Rose-Hulman Continuing and Professional Studies day-long workshop to take a strategic look at the topic of Six Sigma.  From roots in manufacturing and production settings, the concepts and tools of six sigma have been expanded to include all areas of the enterprise including development, production, and service.  Presenters will include leading technical and business professionals in the field. Attendance is limited.  Register today.

Six Sigma has emerged as a critical competitive tool for organizations enabling them to provide high quality products, offer better service, and achieve improved financial performance.  Studies have shown that effective Six Sigma programs can return savings of 1.5 to 4% of revenue.  These savings can accrue from lower operating costs, increased revenue, higher customer satisfaction, and increased market value for the company.  Taking the right strategic approach to establishing a Six Sigma program is essential to realizing the greatest benefit for your organization.

When:  May 9, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Where:  AIT Bioscience
              7820 Innovation Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46278
              (Click here for Google Map)

Three featured presenters are scheduled to appear:

Dr. Beth Cudney

Associate Professor
Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (EMSE)
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Melissa Barnes

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, and
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
Eli Lilly and Company

George Strodtbeck

Executive Director – Corporate Quality and COS
Cummins, Inc.

In addition to these featured speakers, panel discussions will focus on the strategic, technical, managerial, and cultural challenges of implementing and running a successful Six Sigma program. There will be time for questions and discussion in each segment of the day.  At the conclusion of the day, you will understand current best practices in Six Sigma programs along with guidance on implementing or improving a Six Sigma program in your company.

This unique event will host both Rose-Hulman engineering management graduate students attending for seminar credit and working professionals attending for professional enrichment. Time for networking will be provided. Working professional participants who attend will receive 6 PDH (professional development hours toward Indiana’s continuing education requirements for Professional Engineers).

 

Advance Registration

The required advance registration includes a $250 fee for the cost of the course, materials, refreshments, and certificate of completion.  Seating is limited to the first 10 registrants, so register today! Price increases to $300 after April 25th.

Contact Information:

Dr. Bill Kline
Professor of Engineering Management
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
5500 Wabash Avenue
Terre Haute IN 47803 
(812) 877-8136 or (812) 239-5165
kline@rose-hulman.edu