One of my colleagues from across the Pond, James Marsh at Sheffield Hallam University, is currently researching his PhD exploring Lean Six Sigma and its environmental benefits and/or tradeoffs. For his thesis, James is analyzing the key differences among different industry sectors and departmental functions, and he would like to connect with the widest cross-section of global companies possible – the more data, the better for his research project.
James created a survey for users of Lean and/or Six Sigma. It takes 5-10 minutes to complete and it is completely anonymous. Please participate and also feel free to pass on to colleagues, contacts or friends who are active members of the Lean and/or Six Sigma community. I appreciate your help; please follow the link below:
Lean and Green, the wave of the future. And that’s the way I see it. Adam Zak
Note from Mark: If you don’t know Adam, check out his new video Lean Blogger profile at YouTube
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