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Today, we cover how Whole Foods took the country by storm by offering unique, healthy products. And all with a dash of Six Sigma.

Six Sigma Case Study: Whole Foods

Whole Foods stands out from many other large grocery store chains. Their business model sets them apart from the competition, as they stock only organic food with no artificial ingredients like colors or additives. Any that do appear are all naturally occurring, which, for...
It's important to keep track of your training progress. Here are a few ways you can see how you're managing your course material.

Practicing Due Diligence: Six Sigma Progress Check-In

When starting your certification course, it’s important to keep on top of how you’re doing. By ensuring you make regular check-ups on your progress, you’ll understand the positives and the negatives with ease. Moreover, keeping track of your progression also allows you to...
It's essential, and highly advantageous, to understand their individual philosophies. Today, we ask the all-important question about Six Sigma, Lean, and Kaizen: which is which?

Telling the Difference: Six Sigma, Lean, or Kaizen

Not sure of the project you’re working on? Uncertain what separates waste from variation? Don’t know your process improvement from your continuous improvement? Lean Six Sigma practitioners need to know the difference between each of these three methodologies. While they...
One of the early belts you will earn is Yellow Belt. Here's what you can expect from your future Yellow Belt career path.

Your Yellow Belt Career with Six Sigma Certification

One of the earliest Six Sigma belts you will earn is the Yellow Belt. More in-depth than the foundational White Belt, but not quite as complex as Orange or Green, Yellow Belt training creates ample prospects for steady employment plus career progression. Stay on the lookout for...