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The Financial Times ranking comes at a time of uncertainty for many companies. One of the top industries leading the report is technology.
GoLeanSixSigma.com has created a modern approach to education and learning process improvement. With process improvement impacting all levels of industry, government, and education, Lean Six Sigma continues as the flagship method for solving problems and processes for organizations all over the world.
We’re so honored and thrilled to be one of the businesses contributing to the growth of our economy. In today’s tremendously challenging environment, we’re working even harder to be a force for good by creating positive change in our workplaces and communities all over the world.
By continuing to make it easy to learn how to solve problems with Lean Six Sigma, everyone can create small, positive changes that lead to spectacular transformation when we each do our part to contribute to the greater good.
Karlo TanjuakioCEO at GoLeanSixSigma.com
About The Financial Times
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