How Lean Six Sigma Improved Storage of Data Research and Protocols

With just three business remaining until the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification Ceremony, check out what this team from the July training cohort has achieved for NEOMED.

Fathima Nafrisha Cassim Bawa, a graduate research assistant, explored variation in how her research data and protocols were stored. She used the SIPOC (suppliers, inputs, process, outputs and customer) diagram, a process map and a cause-and-effect matrix to identify which steps in her data storage process were causing the most inefficiencies so that she and other researchers could easily locate and access her findings.

Many other teams and individuals have been working to implement the concepts and tools offered by the Lean Six Sigma program in a way that creates positive impact on the NEOMED community. To learn more about the projects creating positive change at NEOMED, join us for the Yellow Belt Certification Ceremony from 1-2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10. Please reach out to for more information.

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