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“Hi, I’m Jay Arthur, author of “Lean Six Sigma Demystified” and the QI Macros [software].
“I don’t know about you, but right now, I’m staying home because of the directives around COVID-19. I know there’s a lot of people out there who have been displaced and are out of work, and now might be a good time to learn a new skill. I can tell you: being able to do some data analysis that results in problem solving is a skill that every, every, every business wants.
“I can tell you this because when I was in the phone company and they shut down the Quality Department, I went back to my desk and the phone rang. The Vice President of Finance said, “Hey, I want you to come work for me,” because I’d helped her save $36 million over the last couple of years. She wanted that skill in her wheelhouse.
“So this is that time when you can actually spend a little time learning something. Guess what? Great news: I have a full Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training. It’s about 8 hours of video and instruction and other stuff, and then you can download a free trial of the QI Macros [software] so you can learn how to do this all for free… all for free. And you can do that right now when you don’t have anything else to do. An hour or two a day over the next 10 to 14 days, guess what? You can go out and learn a new skill and start being one of those people that when times turn bad, they decide to keep YOU, and not the other people.
“All right? So, I’m just encouraging if you know anybody who needs to learn a new skill and needs to learn something about Quality Improvement, problem solving, data analysis that results in problem solving that saves time, money, energy, lives in healthcare, then guess what? This is a good time to use my free resources to get that knowledge to make yourself indispensable in the future.
“I’m Jay Arthur. That’s my Improvement Insight for the COVID-19 shutdown, and I hope that you have a good day.”