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This formula is especially relevant to determining cause and effect as well as measuring for improvement.  It reads Y is a function of X.  The Y is the effect of the problem or desired improvement and the X’s are the…
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Colleen Kindler

Colleen has worked with clients to customize implementation of Lean Six Sigma and build internal capabilities to ensure measurable improvement. Her approach to problem solving and participative learning using examples drawn from her 20 years of experience makes her an exceptional consultant.