BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces that Six Sigma Global/Canada Inc. will appear on World Business Review, hosted by General Alexander Haig.
In business, making decisions based on emotion, intuition or past experience can lead to mistakes and misdirection. This segment of World Business Review explores how Six Sigma Global/Canada Inc. has taken the DMAIC methodology to the next level to guide managers in making intelligent decisions based upon qualified and quantified information.
Rick Burns, Chief Operating Officer for Six Sigma Global/Canada Inc. noted, "Most corporations have a vision for the direction they want to take their company and the levels they want to achieve. The Six Sigma methodology trains the leadership of these companies to enable their teams to achieve those visions through the strategic approach of the DMAIC process."
Coordinating producer Eric Trees added, "When researching the latest developments in quality management process training Six Sigma Global/Canada consistently came up as being in touch with the most current advancements in this area. They were a natural to appear on this edition of World Business Review."
About Six Sigma Global/Canada Inc.
Six Sigma Global/Canada Inc. has been working in the field of Quality, Continuous Improvement, and Problem Solving since 1999. We have trained, supported and mentored over 3000 highly successful Executives, Champions, Black Belts and Green Belts in the field of Six Sigma. SSG/SSC has deployed Six Sigma in companies throughout Asia, Europe, Canada, and the United States which include International Truck and Engine, The Budd Company, MasterBrand Cabinets, Owens Corning, Jacksonville Electric Authority, Hyundai Motor Company, Emerson Motor Company, Brazeway, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Wayne Farms, Williams Energy, Rogers Communications, Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, and Hitachi to name a few.
For information visit www.sixsigmacanada.net
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