sambrullenLean Six Sigma (LSS) is a combination of two popular continuous improvement methodologies: Lean that is considered to be based on Toyota production system and Six Sigma developed by Motorola. One of the reasons to combine the methodologies lies in fact that despite the differences in improvement tools and principles both methodologies have complementary effects. LSS is a customer oriented methodology focusing on proactively improving the production and transactional processes by preventing the defects from occurring rather than reacting to defects once they already occurred. LSS is a problem-solving technology that uses data, measurements, and advanced statistics to identify the vital few factors that govern the process and have direct impact on waste, product and process quality levels. It eliminates the gut-feeling decision making as the basic principle is to rely on data and facts. LSS allows to maximize the shareholder value by achieving the fastest rate of improvement in customer satisfaction, cost, quality, process speed, etc. Finally and mostly, the right usage of LSS makes the customer satisfied
IvenetianThis video is an instructional video created to teach students how to apply Italian plaster to create a mirror like glass
marble look only using a trowel!
My customers pay me thousands of dollars for me to do this very technique in their homes. Now you can learn the exact same technique!
devintshawnIn this video, I teach another hybrid picking pattern that you can use to add a little extra style to your playing. This particular pattern calls for a combination of strumming and plucking the strings. It'll really make your rhythm guitar sound a little more country.
leon.klepfishDay 1 of a 7-day course of workouts for those of us who are stuck working at home but still want to look and feel our best.
Workout 1: LEG BLAST
* SQUATS - do for 1 minute (keep your weight in your heels)
* STATIONARY LUNGES - 15 reps per side
* STIFF-LEG DEADLIFTS - 15 reps
* LYING HIP LIFTS - 15 reps
*Repeat 2-3 times for a more intense workout
*Stretch after the workout is done