New Lean & Six Sigma Review Cover Story The Focus Of Next MyASQ Online Chat

Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 3, 2018 — On Thursday, Dec. 6, Gary Netherton, author of the November Lean & Six Sigma Review cover story, “More Data, More Problems?” will answer questions about data quality and integrity in the age of big data.

The members-only, online discussion, will be held from 12 to 1 p.m., CST.

ASQ recently launched its new Lean & Six Sigma Review – formerly Six Sigma Forum Magazine -- continuing its focus on practical applications of Six Sigma, while adding a question-and-answer section, news and more.

The quarterly publication addresses the needs of lean and Six Sigma professionals and provides the information readers need to drive change in their organizations.

New to Lean & Six Sigma Review is 5 Whys, which profiles an individual in the lean and Six Sigma community; Ask a Belt, a question-and-answer section; Nuts and Bolts, a column on lean and Six Sigma basics; and Quick Wins, a news digest.

“Our readers have told us they want more information about lean, while keeping the rich, peer-reviewed content they’re used to,” said Jim Templin, ASQ executive director, individual membership solutions. “Lean & Six Sigma Review can help people excel in their careers by providing applicable and relevant information, content, case studies and how-to articles that they can apply within their organizations.”

Lean & Six Sigma Review’s first issue is available free to ASQ members and registered users at
Posted by Kevin Braley on Dec 3, 2018 12:30 PM America/Chicago