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Archive for April 2018

When Carrying Baggage Impacts Change

There are times when I think General George S. Patton had an easier time moving his Third Army across Europe than I do getting my kids into the minivan for a trip. The kids are masters at prolonging the process: I start with a friendly announcement that we will be departing in an hour; 30…

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The Journey to Certification

Last week marked a milestone that has long been on my bucket list.  As a problem solver, I have wanted the Six Sigma Black Belt certification, but the opportunity had not presented itself when I was working in industry or researching in academia.  I’d like to share with you my statistical learning journey. In high…

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