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Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma success stories and news from around the web for the week of July 20, 2015.
Frontenac County and Queen’s University are leading a study into paramedic health and wellness. The study is a funded, two-year endeavour and aims to help maintain high health of paramedics. Frontenac County has already set up several programs to help paramedics cope with the mental demands of the job, including a Lean Six Sigma initiative.
Menomonee Falls is showing how K-12 districts can improve by using business-world strategies. The strategies include data-driven decisions, problem-solving, and feedback from all the children. Menomonee Falls is collecting data about what’s actually being done in the classroom so they can improve overall outcomes. The Menomonee Falls Superintendent, Pat Greco, believes in what is being done and she’s invested in Lean Six Sigma training to meet common goals.