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Ball State University successfully implemented Six Sigma into its curriculum (see: cms.bsu.edu/Academics/CollegesandDepartments/Technology/Academics/Minors/ProcImprove.aspx) after a generous $1.4m in-kind donation from Six Sigma Co-Creator Mikel Harry (read about his philanthropic donation here: bsu.edu/news/article/0,1370,58474--,00.html).
In this webinar, Dr. Mikel Harry will provide an overview of Six Sigma, and Alan Leduc will describe the rationale and process for implementing Six Sigma curriculum into Ball State University’s Technology program and share best practices and successes learned from this partnership with Dr. Mikel Harry. Also, Dr. Mikel Harry will share a sneak preview of his newest product, The Great Discovery, to soon be released, and can answer questions about how other schools can partner with the Six Sigma Management Institute for private-labeled curriculum adoption at no upfront cost.
About the Presenters
Dr. Mikel Harry (watch the Today's Campus interview with Dr. Harry here: vimeo.com/48964579) has been widely recognized and cited in many publications as the principal architect of Six Sigma and the world's leading authority within this field. His book, entitled Six Sigma: The Breakthrough Management Strategy Revolutionizing the World's Top Corporations, has been on the "best seller list" of the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Amazon.com. He has consulted many of the world’s top CEOs and has been a featured guest on such television programs as the NBC show "Power Lunch." In addition, he has been distinguished by Arizona State University with the 2002 Engineering Excellence Award for superb achievements in the engineering profession and notable contributions to society.
Dr. Harry is an active international speaker, seminar leader, and holds numerous technical and management instructor certifications. Dr. Harry has personally trained and worked with such Chief Executive Officers as Jack Welch (General Electric), Jac Nassar (Ford Motor Company) and Larry Bossidy (Allied Signal), as well as their senior executive teams and technical/scientific communities. In addition, Dr. Harry has worked with several distinguished professional societies around the world. He has personally trained thousands of leaders and practitioners around the globe. He is frequently retained as a keynote speaker and presenter for industry symposiums and prestigious functions such as the Young President's Organization (YPO). Dr. Harry has also been featured in several documentaries and was the subject of a feature article in Personal Success magazine, Quality Progress magazine and the international magazines: The Globe and Mail Report on Business.
Alan Leduc is an Associate Professor in the Department of Technology for the Manufacturing Engineering Technology program at Ball State University (B.S. which is ABET accredited) and the Minor in Process Improvement (Six Sigma). Alan developed the Minor in Process Improvement and has served as program coordinator and student advisor. Prior to his teaching career Alan held positions as Manufacturing Engineer, Engineering Manager, Vice-President, General Manager, and Vice-President, Manufacturing Operations. Alan’s diversified background has allowed him to teach sixteen different technical courses in: Six Sigma, Manufacturing Management, Quality Control, Automation and CIM, 3-D modeling and design, and more and provide students with an understanding of the workplace in which they will enter.
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