Conference Chair’s Message
Even in Vegas, when it comes to process improvements, luck is not a strategy! Since you’re reading this message, you already know this to be true. Lean Six Sigma and other process improvement methods need more than statistical analysis and project management skills. These efforts use rigorous improvement methodologies that require a rare skill set. Successful practitioners must be quick learners, expert problem solvers, fearless data analysts, energetic leaders, effective teachers, organized project managers, and persuasive presenters. They must also be keenly familiar with many different tools and programs. This year, the Lean Six Sigma World Conference aims to fulfill this need with over 50 presenters, 18 tracks, and numerous networking opportunities.
Enabling People, Process, and Performance through Lean Six Sigma is the key to making improvements happen. I’m very excited about this year’s program! Our speakers are top-notch. We are especially proud to host our closing keynote speaker Captain Sullenberger, who is known as an international hero for the "Miracle on the Hudson.” He and his crew safely guided his US Airways jetliner to an emergency landing on that icy New York river.
Please join me at the LSS World conference, hosted in fabulous Las Vegas, NV.
Bonnie Stone, MBB, PMP Chair, 2018 Lean Six Sigma World Conference