SixSigma.us is leading companies in implementing Six Sigma and Lean Flow. Areas of specialty are DMAIC, DFSS and Lean Flow. We have a number of outstanding consultants and we have listed a few below.
Peter Peterka is the Principal Consultant in practice areas of DMAIC and DFSS. Peter has eleven years of experience performing as a Master Black Belt, and has over 15 years’ experience in industry as an improvement specialist and engineer working with numerous companies, including 3M, Dell, Dow, GE, HP, Intel, Motorola, Seagate, Xerox and even the US Men’s Olympic Team. For a partial list look here. Peter is a certified a Master Black Belt and holds an MS degree in Statistics from Iowa State and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Purdue. Peter worked for 3M over 10 years where he gained extensive experience applying Sigma Methodologies to a variety of processes.
Peter has successfully developed Six Sigma deployment strategies and training for Product and Process Development, Manufacturing and Business Process Improvement. His broad experience across many technologies helped him gain insight on how to apply Six Sigma methods to Business Processes. (See below)
Peter has traveled internationally over 60 times to lead international projects, led Six Sigma Deployment, lead workshops for managers, business analysts, engineers, process and product developers. Peter has developed and presented numerous waves in Six Sigma and workshops in Design of Experiments, Mixture Experimentation, Statistical Process Control, Test Method improvement and development, Statistical Thinking and Business Process Charting to thousands.
Some of his accomplishments include:
· Directed Improvement Projects saving over $10,750,000
· Used DFSS methods in over $300,000,000 of Product Development Programs
· Developed Black Belt, Green Belt and Master Black Belts in four Continents
· Led deployment of Business Process Measurement System
· Two Record of Inventions in Technology Development
· Top Rated DMAIC and DFSS Instructor averaging 4.67/5.0
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Dr. Harrison (Skip) Weed has over 30 years of consulting, program management and instructional experience with industrial, university and US government organizations. He spent 18 years at Motorola as an internal statistical and quality improvement resource for Motorola’s product businesses, manufacturing lines and Research and Development organizations.
While at Motorola he was a curriculum project development manager and master instructor for the development of Motorola’s Six Sigma, Black/Green belt and statistical methods programs. He was chairman of the multi-corporation committee that developed the first Six Sigma Black Belt program, and was among the first 20 certified Black Belts. He provided worldwide consulting and training with Motorola businesses in their implementation of Six Sigma improvement initiatives and, as part of Motorola University’s external client consulting group; he provided Six Sigma consulting services to Motorola customers, suppliers and partners.
Skip has a Ph.D. and M.S. in Mathematical Statistics from Florida State University.
· Six Sigma Business Process Improvement (DMAIC)
· Black Belt/Green Belt Development
· Curriculum Development and Implementation
· Statistical Methods – SPC, DOE, RSM
· Team Problem Solving
· Quality Systems – ISO9000/QS9000
Joseph Wexler has skills in quality deployment, organization development, training and process improvement. He has had success with both product and service based corporations, public and governmental organizations. Mr. Wexler’s work has focused on Six Sigma Initiatives, Process Benchmarking, team based quality processes, and advanced quality and cost reduction initiatives. He has twenty-five years of manufacturing, service and consulting experience. He holds a Masters in Organizational and Industrial Psychology from the University of Tennessee.
Joseph led a team charged with setting up a Six Sigma Initiative at Dell saving over $250 Million USD within 3 years. Research and development of a Process Benchmarking methodology and related training. Co-Created a Six Sigma Total Quality Management system involving 5000+ participants within 3 years at Dell. Design and delivery of Six Sigma training curriculums to all organizational levels and functions. Has successfully facilitated multiple International Benchmarking initiatives. Developed several unique Process Improvement methods and successfully introduced them in multiple organizations. Created a Supplier Quality training and consulting function in China.
Joseph has extensive experience with numerous organizations developing and delivering Benchmarking, Organizational Development and Six Sigma Total Quality programs over the past 25 years.
Jeffrey A. Jackson is our principal consultant for Lean Flow and a Lead Instructor for Six Sigma. He has over twenty years’ experience working in various industries for Baxter Healthcare, DiaSorin, American Standard Companies, Trane Air Conditioning.
During his years in industry, Jeff managed Production Planning, Purchasing, Materials, Operations, and Customer Service departments, and led many successful process improvement projects. Throughout his career Jeff has taught, developed, and implemented a variety of Lean, Quality, and related programs, including Lean Flow, Demand Flow, Demand Management, Continuous Flow Manufacturing, Total Quality Management, Good Manufacturing Practices, Change Management, Shared Values, and Six Sigma.
Jeff has applied Lean methodologies for fifteen years and Six Sigma for five. He worked as a corporate Process Improvement Leader with American Standard Companies, a multi-national corporation recognized as a world leader in Lean with over $800 million in documented working capital savings and productivity improvements. Jeff was in charge of American Standard’s highly successful program to develop key employees from around the world into Lean Masters. He also led the company’s efforts to integrate Six Sigma into their existing Lean program. Jeff is a Lean Flow Master and a Master Black Belt in Six Sigma. He has provided training and implementation support in nineteen countries across a variety of industries, including both manufacturing and service applications.