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Welcome Message from Lindsay Lapatinsky, Chair, Lean Enterprise Division
31517f1709103cfff3ecf1aeb6d80e8d-huge-liWelcome aboard to the new myASQ Community site for the Lean Enterprise Division (LED)!  This will be an interactive site is focused on advancing LEAN knowledge. Here we will be providing discussion forums, webinars, and an opportunity to build your network! If you have any questions, feel free to create your own discussion or jump into some of the ones that are already started.
Please introduce yourself in the introduction discussion board and get to know some of your fellow LED members! (Discussion board Link).  Our LED hosted webinar are monthly.  You can find more information in our events portion of our community!
Again, welcome to the myASQ LED Community. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to reach out.
 

News

You can find our first newsletter of the year, the April 2022 edition of our LED e-Zine (Newsletter) in the file Folder at 2022 Volume 6 Issue 1 e-Zine . This is an exciting and very extensive issue with welcome note from our new Chair, Nick Vyas , and a great article by Christianna Hayes on the "The Shingo Model: Not Just Another Initiative; it’s a New Way of ... more
Posted by David Harry on Lean Enterprise Division May 10, 2022 2:38 PM CDT
Your ASQ Lean Enterprise Division (LED) is pleased to announce our 2022 LED Division Management Committee (DMC) and Member :Leader roster and organization for 2022. LED Office of the Chair (OoC): Chair - Nick Vyas Chair Elect - Lissette Contreras Past Chair - Lindsay Lapatinsky Secretary - Patrick Harrell (not in OoC) Value Streams: Publishing VS ... more
Posted by David Harry on Lean Enterprise Division Jan 16, 2022 1:53 PM CST
In case you missed our ASQ LED Annual Member Meeting that was held on November 20, 2021, we have posted the recording on our LED YouTube channet at: https://youtu.be/MaCcVRuXvPk Take a look! It was a very productive meeting followed my our famous Kahoot! Quiz (with prizes) more
Posted by David Harry on Lean Enterprise Division Jan 2, 2022 6:56 PM CST

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David Harry
The Lean Enterprise Division is a proud sponsor of ASQ’s International Team Excellence Award, the world’s ...
David Harry May '19
I am excited to be able to comment on and reinforce the Lean Enterprise Division involvement in ITEA.  This is an ...
David Harry
Listening for your input! We are pleased that Patrick Harrell , Frank Murdock , Nick Vyas and our ASQ LED VOC Team ...
David Harry Nov '21
David Harry
This is a discussion of our ASQ LED eZine Publications.  We welcome your comments and ideas for eZine content. We ...
David Harry Feb '20
You can find the latest February 2020 Special Edition edition of our LED e-Zine in the file Folder at  2020 Volume 4 ...
Jeremiah Genest
If there is any hope of an in person conference in 2022 it is time to move out of Arizona and into a state with better ...
Jeremiah Genest Aug '21
Lindsay Lapatinsky
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Do you have questions that you're just itching to ask someone? Are you new to the division and/or ASQ & confused ...
Thanks Lindsay!
Jeremiah Genest
The Government Division has taken a strong stand on electoral accountability. It is time for the Lean Six Sigma ...
Jeremiah Genest May '21
David Harry
The subject of "Thought Leadership" came up at our recent LED Strategic Planning Offsite.  We want our LED to be ...
David Harry Sep '19
Businesses are growing at exponential rates. It is incredibly important that we use the tools that are available ...
Thanks Kevin,

One definition states "A thought leader is an individual or firm that is recognized as an authority ...
I am a new member, but happy to contribute, count me in!
Chiraz
Frank Murdock
The Call for Proposals is now ready for the 2020 Lean and Six Sigma Conference being held in Phoenix, AZ February 24 ...
Frank Murdock Jul '19
Thanks Frank,
Reminder -- Please submit proposals soon as proposals must be submitted to ASQ by  August 14, 2019. ...
Frank Murdock
We at the Lean Enterprise Division are looking for input and ideas on the following: What is Lean 4.0? The ...
Frank Murdock Feb '21
David Harry
There has been a lot of discussion recently about certifications -- and our leaders are always asked about Lean ...
David Harry Jun '19
This is definitely something that I was asked a lot this year at WCQI.

Personally, I'm definitely interested in a ...
Interesting point -- perhaps focusing on a "Lean Professional Certificate" would be a good start.

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The Lean Enterprise Division (LED) is a global network of professionals helping individuals and organizations apply proven and leading edge Lean principles and practices to achieve dramatic results for personal and organizational success.

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