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Intro: Welcome to the E6S-Methods podcast with Jacob and Aaron, your weekly dose of tips and tricks to achieve excellent performance in your business and career. Join us as we explore deeper into the practical worlds of Lean, Six Sigma, Project Management and Design Thinking. In this episode number 130, It's all about ME! This is me being interviewed on episode 29 of the "Dare To Know" podcast, which is all about the quality and reliability professions. It is part of the Accendo Reliability family of podcasts. Go to accendoreliability.com or reliability.fm to sample the podcasts and webinars available on reliability engineering topics. If you like this episode, be sure to click the "like" link in the show notes. It's easy. Just tap our logo, click and you're done. Tap-click-done! Here we go. http://bit.ly/E6S-130 Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/E6S-iTunes http://bit.ly/E6S-Donate
Aaron Spearin, Podcaster
Tim Rodgers interviews Aaron concerning his podcast, E6S Methods Podcast concerning the application of lean and six sigma methods and the real-life challenges faced by quality professionals.
Aaron Spearin is currently a customer experience architect at Verizon in Basking Ridge, New Jersey where he’s working to improve the effectiveness of new product development processes. He has over 10 years of experience leading process improvement projects as a six sigma black belt and master black belt in the automotive, chemical, and semiconductor markets. Aaron has developed and delivered lean six sigma training programs as a coach and independent consultant, and he is the co-host of the E6S-Methods Lean Six Sigma podcast with Jacob Kurian.
In this episode, Aaron and Tim discuss:
- The differences between theory and practice in quality engineering
- Examples of topics that should be given more emphasis in quality engineering and six sigma training
- “Is Six Sigma Right For Me?”
- Suggestions for quality professionals who are trying to improve quality within an existing organization
- Is it easier to drive change from within the organization, or as an external consultant?
Outro: Thanks for listening to episode 130 of the E6S-Methods podcast. Don't forget to click "like" or "dislike" for this episode in the show notes. Tap-click-done! Thanks again to Tim Rodgers and Fred Schenkelberg for having me as a guest and allowing me to reuse their content. Be sure to check out Dare to Know at reliability.fm. We love hearing from our listeners and learning about how you use Lean and Six Sigma. Feel free to email me, "aaron," firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us through our website. We reply to all messages. The Make a Wish campaign is almost over. Have you contacted me yet? Why are you waiting? Do I smell bad, or something? If not now, then when? If not you, then who? Reviews on iTunes are always appreciated and allows us to reach more superstars like you. Don't forget to you can find notes and graphics for all shows and more at www.E6S-Methods.com. "Journey Through Success. If you're not climbing up, you're falling down? Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/E6S-iTunes