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Balance cards in a Lean Six Sigma environment correlated to their impact on beings

07 July 2013 By In My blog
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There is a difference between logic as valid reasoning and numbers generated by the business world. How can any executive who works with companies that make either pesticides or guns or anything that is being used for destruction of life, to submit the balance card report of their company? If the balance card presents the positive results based on quantity produced, cost savings, without any report to show the impact that the product/service had on other beings, the report is inconclusive and false.

If a company produces more guns or ammunition it implies that living beings will disappear. Similarly, more powerful and concentrated pesticides used, will destroy more bees and insects while harming animals and people.

http://www.ontariobee.com/inside-oba/news-and-updates/over-30-million-bees-found-dead-in-elmwood

If the number of current cell phones made will be increased, as a direct consequence there will be more people who work in abdominal conditions in Congo unless advanced technology will not be introduced together with education.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/10086765/Mining-in-the-Congo.html?frame=2575903

In a world where there is no control of the effects that our actions have on other (human) beings, we are not respecting one of the finest principles of our existence which is the free will. In a world where there are no relevant numbers communicated to people to understand the meaning of financial numbers and the impact that numbers will have on other populations, we are misleading the entire scope of creating a Lean Six Sigma environment in which we all coexist.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/55381227/The-Life-Cycle-of-Materials-in-Mobile-Phones

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Dorina Grossu

Dorina Grossu has many years of work experience in Automotive Industry (Tier 1 as Magna International, OMRON), Research and Development Healthcare (University Health Network) and Banking Service (CIBC-Edulinx). She enjoys teaching and training.

She achieved success by understanding businesses and worked with a variety of cross functional teams to achieve measurable results that met customers and stakeholders expectations. She worked with large project budgets and implemented projects/programs across multiple companies as Six Sigma and TS 16949. Introduced new technology in manufacturing and healthcare.

She holds a M.Sc Chemical Engineering (Polytechnic Instituted, Bucharest, Romania), Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (Lean Six Sigma Training Academy LLC) and Accredited Training Provider (IASSC), Bioinformatics (Centennial College Toronto, Canada),Project Management (York University, Toronto, Canada) and eCommerce Business Analysis (Canada).

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