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Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma news from around the web for the week of August 11, 2014.

Lean Six Sigma Aims To Improve Efficiency

At the Maneuver Center of Excellence in Fort Benning, Georgia, twelve employees from the Directorate of Training and Development department are learning about Lean Six Sigma. On their journey to earn green belts, they hope to then bring about more efficient processes in organizations within the Army. Internal processes will also be looked at and time will be give to improve professional development opportunities within the organization.

Uncertainty Begets Opportunity

In the world today, companies face many uncertainties. Between changing environments, poorly understood relationships, and other uncertain variables, it is essential that companies have efficient processes and designs. This year, India had the highest voter-turnout in the history of Indian general elections. With this turnout, business leaders expect a boom in business! However, there is still uncertainty. With the uncertainty comes structured cause-and-effect experiments, random field trials, and trial-and-error experiments.

Jurija Metovic

Jurija is the Client Experience Manager at and provides extraordinary support to our clients to ensure their Lean Six Sigma process improvement journeys are easier and more streamlined every step of the way.