Law firms are beginning to recognize that their internal processes have room for improvement. In this podcast attorney Christopher T. Anderson interviews managing consulting expert Debbie Foster who describes Lean Six Sigma and the 8 main areas where law firms are losing productivity and profitability. Tune in to learn how your firm can benefit from modern […]
Developing a great lifestyle from your business depends on your ability to create automatic systems to get work done without your day-to-day attention. This program gives you a step-by-step process for creating effective business systems that allow you to automate your business. In this podcast Business Profits Radio host Robert Skrob asks Tom about Six […]
Kaizen means “improvement” in Japanese. In Japan businesses view Kaizen as a way to engage everyone in improvement without spending much money. Improvements are usually small, and overall improvement is gradual. Americans have little patience for such an approach. This podcast describes the American version of Japan’s successful approach to improving products and processes.
Tom presents the audio track of the first lesson of his online Black Belt training. His approach is unique because it presents the various tools in the context of how they are applied. If you are not yet a Six Sigma Black Belt, you will discover what is taught in Black Belt training. If you’re […]
One important Black Belt activity is to use the organization’s data warehouse to explore cause and effect relationships by building models using multiple linear regression. This isn’t as easy as just throwing all of the candidate Xs into a software package and crunching away. This podcast describes the technique Tom teaches in Six Sigma Black […]
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