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Thomas Schlick

Thomas Schlick is an adjunct professor teaching Business Process Improvement in the MBA program at the Hamline University School of Business as well as an operational consultant & executive coach with CO2 Partners LLC. He has held senior leadership positions with several large organizations including Johnson & Johnson, XRS Corporation (part of Qualcomm) and ACCO Brands.

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt MBAs Reduce Costs & Waste

I recently wrote a blog article for GoLeanSixSigma.com on the merits of having both an MBA and a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification. That blog, published in April 2020, was written from the perspective of my teaching Business Process Improvement to MBA students at Hamline University School of Business.…

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Why MBAs Who Are Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belts Are More Successful - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Why MBAs Who Are Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belts Are More Successful

Imagine yourself in the room. The cross-functional team had just started their project review meeting. Things started out smoothly—but then deteriorated quickly into a tense exchange of thoughts and opinions. The body language clearly indicated that several team members had “dug in their heels” and were no longer actively problem-solving.…

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