MAY 1-3, 2023
Discover. Predict. Transform. Achieve.

Connect with innovators, peers, and professionals who help shape the future with data-driven insights and explore new solutions you can implement immediately!

The Premier Data and Analytics Event

Minitab Insights Global Conference 2023

Minitab Insights Global Conference is the premier, customer-focused data and analytics event for all innovators and industry experts looking to extract more value from data. This annual event connects the brightest minds from top organizations to learn, network, and discover valuable insights from their data and achieve excellence through our best-in-class suite of tools and solutions. These visionaries gather with a single mission; to advance business, life, and humanity forward with the power of data and analytics.

The Minitab Insights Global Conference is where visionaries gather with a single mission; to advance business, life, and humanity forward with the power of data and analytics.

Collaborative Sessions

Connect with professionals and thinkers who help shape the future with data-driven insights. You will have the opportunity to hear from engaging and inspiring speakers along with endless opportunities to expand your network. Explore new solutions that you can implement immediately!

At Minitab Insights Global Conference 2023 you will:

  • Discover new ways to use Minitab Solutions to achieve results and transform your organization. From the beginner to the advanced user, Minitab Insights has something for everyone.
  • Minitab customers from a variety of industries will share how they have used the tools to predict, analyze and improve processes that produce positive results.
  • Grow your network and build strong relationships with others who are eager to learn and share innovative and proven techniques to transform their organization.
  • Go beyond the basics and take a deep dive into the robust tools that other users, like you, have utilized to achieve results.
 

2023
FEATURED
SPEAKERS

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Michelle Ruehl

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Michelle “Sonic” Ruehl is an Air Force Instructor Pilot with over fifteen years of service. She flew four different aircraft and amassed over 2000 hours, including 807 combat hours in Afghanistan, providing real-time airborne targeting data to Special Operations forces. While in Afghanistan, she also volunteered to teach English to local school girls as well as a group of young Afghan men studying Business. For her service, she earned seven Air Medals, two Aerial Achievement Medals and a special award for volunteer work, the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.

After her last deployment, Sonic returned to the U.S. Air Force Academy (class of ’03) to teach Rhetoric and Composition in the Department of English and Fine Arts. She taught courses in Writing and Public Speaking. When she was not in the classroom, she was the theater director, equestrian team mentor and worked down at the airfield teaching cadets how to fly the T-53 in the Air Force Academy’s Powered Flight Program. She found it incredibly rewarding to help the next generation of officers reach their dream of becoming military aviators.

Sonic brings 15 years of rhetoric, communication, and debriefing skills to the Afterburner team. She earned her M.A. in Teaching Writing and Rhetoric from the University of Colorado and traveled to Ghana where she taught civic leaders how to develop community improvement plans. In Tanzania, she taught children how to write music. In Nepal, she taught English to Tibetan refugees at a Buddhist monastery. She also worked as a speechwriter for a three-star general, preparing her for public engagements and developing strategic corporate messages for dissemination to 7000 personnel. Additionally, at the request of the Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson, she designed and taught a communication course to the Air Force headquarters staff at the Pentagon.

To honor fallen military colleagues, Sonic founded Parwana LEADership Legacy, a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide leadership camps to veterans and their families to enhance empathy, communication, and teamwork so youth can then use these concepts to lead others. Through these programs, Sonic uses her M.A. in Psychology, as well as her certification as an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning (ESMHL) to teach children, veterans, and survivors of trauma how to heal from their experiences and become empowered leaders in their community.
Sonic excels at helping teams become their best by aligning their communication processes with their strategic goals, so she was thrilled to join the Afterburner team in 2018! She is currently serving in the Air Force Reserves for the 302nd Airlift Wing at Peterson Air Force Base. She lives in Colorado with her husband, who flies for a major airline, and their baby girl.

https://www.afterburner.com/michelle-sonic-ruehl/

Executive Consultant
Former MC-12W Mission Commander, T-53 Instructor Pilot, USAF

Get ready for some serious innovation and motivation from our keynote Michelle “Sonic” Ruehl, former MC-12W Mission Commander, T-53 Instructor Pilot, USAF.

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Connor McIntyre

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Connor McIntyre is the Six Sigma Quality Champion for Amazon. In role since 2016, Connor’s team built the first of its kind Six Sigma training and certification system at Amazon. This system incorporates traditional Six Sigma tools and practices as well as SQL, Predictive Analytics, Vision System, Control System, 3D Simulation, and Programing. Amazon’s Six Sigma platform incorporates Amazon’s 16 Leadership Principles and is deployed across all lines of business globally. Connor is an active Bar Raiser (Amazon Executive Interview System) whereby he has the responsibility of leading Amazons interview process. Connor is also the sponsor of Amazon Allies affinity group which serves as an education service to build relationships and create support networks under the banner of “Better Together”.

Connor is a Sr. Fellow with the Optness Institute and has developed Six Sigma MBA courses at a number of Universities in North America (Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Rice, Chicago Booth and Ivey) and actively teaches 100’s of MBA students a year (awarded Professor of the Year in 2021).

Connor has been active in several causes for social justices serving on the board of Metanoia, Charleston Youth Development Center (oldest orphanage in the US), project leader for United Nations World Food Program (Malawi Africa) as well as loaned executive to the United Way. Connor’s passion is supporting Myotonic Dystrophy research and developing a cure to this deadly genetic disease (Both Connor’s wife Rossie and son Deegan have MD Type 1).

Connor holds a bachelor's and master's degree in Business Management from Florida State University and Military College of South Carolina (The Citadel). In his spare time, Connor enjoys sailing offshore, building racecars and smoking cigars.

Six Sigma Quality Champion
Amazon

Connor McIntyre is the Six Sigma Quality Champion for Amazon. His team built the first of its kind Six Sigma training and certification system at Amazon.

35+

UNIQUE
SESSIONS

PRESENTED BY INDUSTRY LEADERS

Real practitioners and business experts share proven strategies and examples for enterprise level success on topics such as digital transformation during and post-Covid, predictive analytics, data governance, process improvement, risk analysis, fraud detection, customer insights, and more.

Overcoming Travel Industry's Adversities

Overcoming Travel Industry's Adversities

The pandemic has hit hard many industries but not more than Travel and Hospitality. With forced cancellations on the rise due to government policy changes, identifying ways to mitigate or reduce customer effort and maintain customer relationship even beyond the tumultuous times is key to rebound.

Co-Presented by:

Perla Asistin

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Perla is certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and a previous speaker at the 2019 Minitab Conference in Manila. She has worked with multiple global organizations such as Cognizant Technology Solutions, Accenture, and now with TELUS International. Her career has been focused in Process Improvement and Digital Transformation, helping organizations to reach significant amount of savings, efficiencies, and saving jobs for employees by making sure that processes are efficient for clients. Outside of her professional career as a Global Director for Operational Excellence at TELUS International, she is also a Continuous Improvement consultant for the Philippine's Department of Health in 2021 to support process improvement through multiple projects amidst the pandemic.

Global Director for Operational Excellence

TELUS International

Ma. Katrina Dayrit

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Ma. Katrina Dayrit is a Business Process Excellence Manager from TELUS International whose work is focused on driving strategic process improvement initiatives globally through statistical analysis, digital transformation, and process remediation. She is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certified and has been a continuous improvement practitioner since 2014, driving efficiency improvements across different industries such as Travel and Hospitality, Gaming, Mortgage Banking, and Fast-growing Technology. She graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business Economics. Katrina’s personal interests outside of work include managing her own online small business making hand-crafted latte and americano.

Business Process Excellence Manager

TELUS International

Practical Experiences with Screening Experiments

Practical Experiences with Screening Experiments

The benefits of running screening experiments as an integral part of a successful sequential experimental strategy are discussed. Tips, traps and Minitab guidelines are provided, using case studies from more than 90 years of combined personal practice and 47 published screening experiments.

Presented by:

Steven Bailey

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Steven P. Bailey founded Steven P. Bailey LLC in 2016 after a 36-year career with DuPont, where he most recently was their applied statistics principal consultant and Master Black Belt Network leader. Steve is also currently an adjunct faculty member in the University of Delaware’s Department of Applied Economics and Statistics. Steve received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in statistics from the University of Wisconsin. Steve is a Past President and Chairman of the Board of ASQ and is an ASQ Fellow and ASQ Distinguished Service Medalist. Steve is BB and MBB certified by both DuPont and ASQ.

Principal and Master Black Belt
Steven P. Bailey, LLC

Digital Transformation post-Covid

Digital Transformation post-Covid

Digital disruption impacts every industry globally via innovation, technology and cultural. We will review the 3 critical components of people, process and technology, and their interaction in a digital organization while leveraging analytics for real-time awareness of operational excellence.

Presented by:

Therese Costich

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Therese Costich is the president and managing partner of the consulting firm The Costich Group (www.costichgroup.com). She has spent more than 25 years in Digital Transformation, Lean Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement world, working with employees from the C-suite to front line associates, for many Fortune 500 companies. Therese uses her expertise in operational excellence, business analytics and digital transformation to guide organizations to be leaders in their industry while sustaining continuous improvement and transforming their businesses to world class. She is recognized as a thought leader on digital transformation and operational excellence. She is author of Excelling on a Digital Transformation Journey - A Field Guide That Will Help You Define Your Success as well as co-author and project manager of The Black Belt Memory Jogger - A Pocket Guide for Six Sigma Success, First Edition.

President and Managing Partner

The Costich Group

A New Control Chart for Trending Rare Events

Presented by:

John Dubuc

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John has over 20 years of experience in quality, manufacturing, engineering and continuous improvement and has educated over 500 students and professionals in statistical and Lean Six-Sigma methods at a variety of companies in manufacturing, service and professional organizations such as the ASQ and ASA. John is a Lean Six-Sigma Master Black Belt, Statistician, Trainer and Coach. He holds an MS degree in Statistics and a BS degree in Electrical Engineering (Rochester Institute of Technology). John is a contributing author of Corporate Six-Sigma – Optimizing the Health of Your Company with Systems Thinking (CRC, Productivity Press) and is a certified trainer for Ideation International’s Office of Innovation in inventive problem-solving.

Sr. Statistician, Lean-6Sigma MBB

Medtronic

The Rise of the Mu Sigmas

The Rise of the Mu Sigmas

Institutionalizing data driven decision making requires more than having a process improvement department. This presentation will discuss “how” the utilization of Minitab in a process improvement academy has enabled the institution to move in that direction

Presented by:

Maryam El-Bakry

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Maryam El-Bakry is a process improvement lead at Children’s Hospital Colorado (CHCO), in Denver. She is a certified Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma and is currently pursuing her Master Black belt certification. She worked at Texas Children’s Hospital for 5 years as a process engineer and then moved to Denver, where she became a process improved lead. There she was the program manager for patient flow and care coordination, while also training and mentoring Green Belt and Black Belt candidates to certification.

Process Improvement Lead

Children's Hospital Colorado

Implementation of Minitab Engage on a Global Scale

Implementation of Minitab Engage on a Global Scale

Continuous Improvement on a Global Scale and how Minitab Engage was there. How the AVX CI program was transitioned into Minitab Engage across 30+ plants. I will review the variety of tools we are using and building with the software as well as how we are using the dashboards to monitor our program.

Presented by:

Lori Gioia

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Lori Gioia is the Corporate Quality Manager at AVX Corporation. She is based at AVX’s corporate headquarters in Fountain Inn, SC. Lori has been involved with Quality for 25 years with experience in bulk chemical processing, electronic components, service, individual and assembly metal and plastic components. Her initial introduction to Minitab was as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt in 2003 and she used the tools daily as a Quality Engineer. She expanded her Minitab knowledge with her Black Belt certification in 2012. She continued to grow her skills and knowledge in Quality Systems and Continuous Improvement and now leads Quality programs across 30 plants globally for AVX. Her end goal is to provide the tools and training necessary to grow competency in quality systems and problem solving skills across AVX. She envisions that every plant will soon possess the ability to address any issue with the knowledge to select the best tool for the job and capability to implement those tools.

Corporate Quality Manager
AVX Corporation

Customizing Minitab Engage to Teach Lean Six Sigma

Customizing Minitab Engage to Teach Lean Six Sigma

New students are often confused and disoriented with the comprehensive array of new tools, new methodologies, and new ways of thinking with Lean Six Sigma. Minitab Engage provides structured templates and pre-built tools and worksheets to make the journey more rewarding to student and teacher alike.

Presented by:

David Goodmansen

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Dave is the Lean Program Director at Frederick Health, a 257 bed hospital system located in Frederick, Maryland. A certified Master Black Belt with over 20 years of medical leadership experience, Dave earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Eastern Washington University and a Master's of Business Administration from Hood College. Dave finds joy in teaching the principles of Lean Six Sigma and in working with multi-disciplinary healthcare teams to positively impact the lives of patients and staff. Outside of work, Dave and his wife, Heather enjoy (most of the time) raising their twelve children!

Lean Program Director

Frederick Health

Split-Plot Designs – More the Norm than the Exception in DOE

Split-Plot Designs – More the Norm than the Exception in DOE

This talk will explain the origins (plot stands for a plot of land) and basic concepts of split-plot designs. It will show why these designs that originated in agriculture are very common in across all industries. We will address how and why the analysis of the data is different from standard DOE. Finally, we will show an example where the design was created using complete randomization, but the experiment itself was conducted as a split-plot. The necessary steps in Minitab to get the correct analysis for this inadvertent split-plot will be shown along with the inclusion of center points, which are currently not available for split-plot designs.

Presented by:

Scott Kowalski

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Dr. Scott Kowalski earned his Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Florida, where he taught several courses and concentrated on design of experiments. He has been at Minitab LLC since 2001 and is currently the is Manager, Global Services. Scott has published articles in Journal of Quality Technology, Quality Engineering, Quality Reliability Engineering International, Technometrics, and Quality Progress. Scott was awarded the 2005 Lloyd Nelson Award by ASQ for the paper having “the greatest immediate impact to practitioners”. He has delivered presentations and seminars at meetings of professional organizations including the American Society for Quality, American Statistical Association, the Fall Technical Conference, the Quality and Research Productivity Conference, and many events in Europe and Asia.

Manager, Global Services
Minitab, LC

Minitab & DFSS: How Everything Ties Together

Minitab & DFSS: How Everything Ties Together

A method-flow oriented workflow-scheme and system analysis links are developed based on principle and fundamental Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) methods for describing uninterrupted design information flow associated with the design of technical complex products. It provides linked methods like a red r

Co-Presented by:

Karlheinz Lerch

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Karlheinz earned a Master Degree in Electrical Engineering at Technical University Darmstadt, Germany. He began his career with Honeywell Inc. in 1983 as a Lead Design Engineer for Controls products and received in 1987 the H.W.Sweatt Award (highest Engineer-Scientist-Award at Honeywell) for his development of the DeltaNet™ Control Unit. In 1992, he was promoted to R&D Manager Honeywell H&BC Europe and in 1995 relocated for 3 years to USA as Manager R&D & Marketing Honeywell H&BC worldwide (US-Europe-Asia). That same year, he was awarded the Honeywell Chairman Achievement Award. Karlheinz certified as Six Sigma Black Belt in 1999 and was promoted to General Manager Honeywell Germany in 2001 being responsible for the Honeywell Business. In 2004 Karlheinz founded his own business together with his partners Henry Winkler and Dieter Szemkus as Six Sigma Consultant and Trainer in Germany. He received his Senior Master Black Belt from ESSC-D in 2010.

DFSS Black Belt & Coach

Six Sigma and Methodekompetenz

Henry Winkler

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Six Sigma Master Blackbelt

Six Sigma and Methodekompetenz

Benefits of Proactive Predictive Analytics

Benefits of Proactive Predictive Analytics

A case study illustrates how Predictive Analytics can be utilized in a proactive manner to gain valuable intuition into complex relationships between predictor and response variables while also reducing future reliance on computationally intensive analyses.

Presented by:

Jimmy Leta

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While earning a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology and a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics, Jimmy developed a passion for using numerical simulation to solve engineering problems. After completing his degrees, he worked for The Equity Engineering Group, Inc., in Shaker Heights, Ohio, where he helped develop, support, and test software products used to evaluate pressure vessel and piping equipment utilized in oil and chemical refineries. It was during this period that Jimmy became interested in computational statistics (e.g., MCMC and Machine learning), which ultimately led him to pursuing his current role at Minitab. He currently works on a software development team that is implementing new Predictive Analytics features such as Random Forests and Discover Best Model.

Senior Software Engineer
Minitab

Human Factors Assessment of Quality Trainer

Human Factors Assessment of Quality Trainer

The study used physiological measures (electroencephalography (EEG), galvanic skin response (GSR), eye tracking and facial expression) and subjective usability questionnaires to determine the effectiveness of Quality Trainer combined with Minitab on engineering statistical pedagogy.

Co-Presented by:

Jiahui Ma

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Jiahui Ma is a Master Student under Industrial & Management Systems Engineering at Montana State University. She received one bachelor degree in Financial Engineering from Montana State University and the other bachelor degree in Plant Pathology from Fujian Agricultural and Forestry University. Her research interests include the engineering usability design, human factors/ergonomics, the workload measurement in healthcare, and the risk of musculoskeletal injuries and the usage of patient-handling devices among rehabilitation clinicians

Graduate Student

Montana State University

Bernadette McCrory

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Dr. Bernadette McCrory is an Assistant Professor at Montana State University. She teaches a variety of courses including junior-level probability and statistics, human factors engineering and work design analysis. She has 15 years of experience working in healthcare and with clinicians including surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, emergency medicine physicians and technicians, hospitalists, physiatrists, and therapists. She has collaborated on research projects in healthcare, aviation, engineering education and simulation.

Assistant Professor

Montana State University

MSA Beyond Gage R&R

MSA Beyond Gage R&R

How to more efficiently evaluate multiple measurement systems by grouping, evaluating multiple variables together, and evaluating measurements systems over time with few resources.

Presented by:

Abigal Malinosky

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Abigail Malinosky is a Reliability & Quality Assurance Specialist at Autoliv, an automotive safety company. She graduated with her B.S. in Mathematics from Colorado State University and her M.S. in Applied Math & Statistics from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO. Previously she worked as a high school math teacher for 4 years and is passionate about continuous learning and improvement for herself and those she works with. She has recently become a Certified Reliability Engineer through the American Society for Quality and is now a global support for reliability of safety products. She also assists in problem solving training for Quality Engineers and thoroughly enjoys getting to apply her teaching background in that realm.

Reliability Engineer / Trainer
Autoliv

Strategy & Analysis of the Tenets of C-Sat

Strategy & Analysis of the Tenets of C-Sat

Customer Satisfaction is the key performance measure for a Customer Service provider. A sub-optimal C-Sat attracts penalty and impacts client confidence. This presentation provides a replicable analysis strategy for C-Sat, and details how Minitab can help analyze the tenets of that strategy.

Presented by:

Abhishek Mitra

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Deputy General Manager - Corporate Business Excellence

Hinduja Global Solutions Limited

Raising Your SPC IQ

Raising Your SPC IQ

Practical knowledge of SPC charts that all practitioners should consider to make the best decisions and spot the most significant signals.

Presented by:

David Morihiro

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David Morihiro is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt, as well as a trainer in Six Sigma and statistics. He joined Edwards Lifesciences in 2012 as a quality engineer on the transcatheter heart valve products, then transitioned to the continuous improvement team in 2017. David has a passion for the practical application of statistics to solve technical challenges and ascertain process insights.

Staff Engineer
Edwards Lifesciences

Hiring Profile Using Binary Logistic Regression

Hiring Profile Using Binary Logistic Regression

Establishing a hiring profile customized to the company’s needs is relevant to its competitiveness and growth. Binary Logistic Regression would be able to help us identify the factors which are significant to the organization consequently achieving its client’s requirements.

Presented by:

Herleenor Mortera

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Herleenor Mortera has contributed more than 11 years of experience from various industries from Manufacturing to BPO contributing 8M USD dollars savings throughout her career. In Toshiba where she started as a Process and Failure Analysis Engineer, she led a project which generated 2M USD savings and was implemented across countries. She was able to conduct trainings in Singapore for Six Sigma and ISO 9001:2015 as their Regional Quality and Compliance Manager in SGS Asia Pacific. As the Digital Transformation Leader in Cognizant and Concentrix, she was able to implement process improvements and automation solutions. Currently she’s the AVP for Digital Transformation at WNS Global Services where she managed Six Sigma Black Belt Professionals in driving digital solutions. She holds Bachelor of Science in Electronics Communications Engineering at the University of Santo Tomas, a Certified IA for ISO, and a Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt from the University of the Philippines.

AVP for Digital Transformation
WNS Global Services

Discover, Predict and Achieve More with RSM

Discover, Predict and Achieve More with RSM

Response Surface Methodology is the ideal tool to Discover, Predict and Achieve your project goals. RSM characterizes the process and accelerates the Discovery curve to bring products to market. You will learn how to leverage sequentially designed experiments (DOE) to Achieve world-class quality.

Presented by:

Gerald Phillips

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Jerry Phillips, M.S. Statistics, is the president and founder of Phillips Statistical Consulting, LLC. Previously, Jerry worked for a highly-regulated manufacturer and distributor of medical devices (disposable infusion systems and hardware). During his 35 year tenure, he participated on cross-functional teams that included engineering, manufacturing, quality and medical professionals to bring new products to market in a timely fashion that meet regulatory requirements. He has extensive experience in optimizing processes through the use of designed experiments (DOE) and process validation. Jerry has developed and delivered statistical training (including Six Sigma) worldwide that has enabled thousands of engineers and scientists to interpret and report statistical results in practical terms.

Founder and President

Phillips Statistical Consulting, LLC

Fraud Detection with Minitab Predictive Analytics

Fraud Detection with Minitab Predictive Analytics

After obtaining the historical data of e-payments, reported as fraud or non-fraud, what do you do with it? Don’t panic. With Minitab and its new Predictive Analytics Module we will follow the path of machine learning methodology to discover the best model to detect future fraud and go live with it.

Co-Presented by:

Stefano Polastri

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Stefano Polastri is a Minitab certified trainer, Data Scientist, Software and Data Architect, CTO @ GMSL s.r.l., Milan. He developed several projects as Data Scientist, Software and Data Architect and applied Statistics expert at multination companies acting in different markets such as Pharma, Manufacturing and Service. He received the M.Sc. degree in Physics and Astrophysics from the University “Statale di Milano”, Milan, Italy, in 2009. Since 2019 he has been working on projects related to the use of applied AI (for example predictive maintenance and fraud detection problems), particularly interested in the usability of the solutions that can be released in the production environment. In the period 2013/2019, he was head software & data architect @ Aruba S.p.A developing software solutions to manage and analyze data. In the period 2009/2019, as consultant, he developed several software for data management and for mathematical and statistical analysis at many companies.

CTO, Software & Data Architect, Data Scientist, Certified Minitab Trainer

GMSL s.r.l.

Ivano Izzo

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Minitab Suite trainer, Six Sigma & DfSS consultant

GMSL s.r.l.

The Power of Definitive Screening Designs (DSDs)

The Power of Definitive Screening Designs (DSDs)

Definitive Screening Designs allow for 3-level factors where significant quadratic effects are suspected. Background on DSDs is presented, along with a macro for calculating the power of such designs. A case study demonstrates the power calculations, and analysis of the experimental results.

Presented by:

Adam Russell

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Adam Russell is a degreed chemical engineer, published author, and expert in Continuous Improvement (CI) methodologies for the process manufacturing industries. He has energized and contributed to numerous organizational and customer improvements by employing a combination of evidence-based strategies and an engaging interpersonal style. He has worked in chemicals, food & beverage, and oil & for the past 24 years. Adam is currently the Director of Operational Excellence at Diversey. In addition to his Continuous Improvement roles, he has held leadership positions in Operations, Supply chain, Engineering, and Human Resources. Adam and his wife, Wendy, reside in Knoxville, Tenn., with their 2 children. Adam is a Tennessee native and enjoys following the Volunteers, hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains, and physical fitness.

Director of OpEx

Diversey

Discover What's Impacting Your Bottom Line

Discover What's Impacting Your Bottom Line

We discovered predictable external factors that impact our revenue as well as pricing models that were detrimental to our profitability using various tools in Minitab . Today we are transforming our service model to achieve increased customer satisfaction while promoting long-term profitability.

Presented by:

Anthony Santillanes

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Anthony is a leader of change with experience in improving processes in the military, manufacturing, and most recently as part of ProMiles, a software development company heavily involved in the trucking industry. He leads LSSGB training at ProMiles and has spoken on process improvement here at Insights before. Anthony is a certified LSSBB, coach, trainer, and speaker on the John Maxwell Team, is a best selling author, and holds a master's degree in Industrial/Organizational psychology.

Strategic Planner

ProMiles Software Development Corporation

Monte Carlo Simulation in Accident Reconstruction

Monte Carlo Simulation in Accident Reconstruction

Accident reconstruction is a field dedicated to the analysis of factors that lead to a crash. In this session, we will discuss how Monte Carlo simulation is used within law enforcement to evaluate likely scenarios and develop conclusions about the cause of an accident.

Presented by:

Dustin Smietana

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Dustin is a Sergeant in the Chenango County Sheriff's Office located in upstate New York. As an FAA certified drone pilot and accident reconstructionist, Dustin supports accident, event, and fire investigations. As a member of the causation forensics team, he determines how and why an accident happened using car dynamics, photogrammetry, physics, mathematics, engineering, and computer applications, such as simulation tools.

Lieutenant, Road Patrol

Chenango County, NY Sheriff's Office

Navigate the Winding Road of Weibull Reliability

Presented by:

Scott Sterbenz

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Scott Sterbenz is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt at Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan. In this role since 2001, Scott solves customer satisfaction and quality issues using the DMAIC and DFSS toolsets. Scott also serves as Technical Adviser for the United States Bowling Congress, the national governing body for the sport of bowling. There, he helps develop test plans and data analysis methods to set specifications and conduct ground breaking research for the sport. A licensed Professional Engineer in Michigan, Scott holds a bachelor's and master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wayne State University in Detroit—having graduated first in his class in both programs. Scott teaches advanced mathematics to middle school students as part of the MathCOUNTS competition program. In his spare time, Scott enjoys mountain biking and motorcycling. He is also an accomplished bowler, with twelve certified 300 games and a high certified three-game series of 853.

Six Sigma Master Black Belt

Ford Motor Company

DMAIC and DOEs with your Customer

DMAIC and DOEs with your Customer

Precision Roll Grinders is committed to providing the high-quality ground rolls as well as partnering with customers in order to determine the optimal process settings following the DMAIC process.

Presented by:

Rich Titus

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Dr. Richard Titus started his Lean Six Sigma journey in 1998 as a Wave I Master Black Belt at Ingersoll-Rand. Rich’s broad experience ranges from hands-on leadership of continuous improvement and Lean initiatives in multiple industries to teaching in a variety of academic and corporate environments. These organizations represent a wide range of industries including defense, energy and consumer products with products varying from highly engineered low volume to high volume consumer products. Savings for these organizations exceeds $50+MM. Rich is an adjunct faculty member in Lehigh University’s College of Business and Economics following a 20-year career at Ingersoll-Rand. He recently earned his Ph.D. at Penn State University in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.

Principal and Adjunct Faculty

Titus Consulting and Lehigh University

Gage R&R for Leak Testing: A Two-Stage Approach

Gage R&R for Leak Testing: A Two-Stage Approach

A crossed gage R&R for a custom-built leak tester is reviewed. Extreme part-to-part variation required the use of a two-stage analysis: an attribute data analysis for gross leaks of 1.000 - 5.000 SCCM and a second, variable data analysis for leak rates of 0.0001 - 0.0100 SCCM.

Presented by:

Jason von Wilpert

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Jason von Wilpert currently works as a Senior Process Engineer at Masimo in Irvine, California. His work involves transferring new designs into manufacturing and he regularly uses several statistical techniques in process development & optimization: measurement system analysis, design of experiments, process capability, ANOVA, and regression. He also supports a variety of continuous improvement efforts and is data-driven in his analysis. He has 32 hours of course credit in "Statistical Tools for Medical Devices" from Minitab and is a regular user of Minitab's support page and blog, and frequently submits questions and observations to Minitab's customer support service. Jason holds an M.S. in Material Science and Engineering from the University of California, Irvine, and a B.S. in Applied Physics from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Senior Engineer II, Process

Masimo

Boost Prediction Power with TreeNet-Random Forests

Boost Prediction Power with TreeNet/Random Forests

This talk is a continuation to our dialogue on CART methodology at 2019 Minitab Insights Conference. As we discussed before, CART, a single decision tree, is less powerful for prediction. Its two ensemble methods, TreeNet and Random Forests, can address the issue, which makes the presentation topic.

Presented by:

Yanling Zuo

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Dr. Yanling Zuo is a senior advisory statistician at Minitab LLC. She has been the lead statistical designer of Minitab Statistical Software (MSS) since 2007. Yanling is an expert in statistical methodology. Since joining Minitab in 1998, she has designed/enhanced more than 70 statistical commands in the following MSS menus: Predictive Analytics Module, Basic Statistics, Regression, ANOVA, Control Charts, Quality Tools, Time Series, Tables, Equivalence Tests, Power and Sample Sizes, Assistant. She has written/reviewed many technical papers for MSS users. Yanling has made invited presentations at the Joint Statistical Meetings, the Fall Technical Conference, and the Quality and Productivity Research Conference. She has published research results in journals/book. Yanling earned her PhD degree in Statistics from Pennsylvania State University, MSc in Statistics from University of British Columbia, and MSc in Electrical Engineering from Beijing Institute of Technology.

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PRE-CONFERENCE
WORKSHOPS

Enhance your skills with a pre-conference workshop. Taught by Minitab experts, these workshops cover topics that will help you take an in-depth look at your data and discover new insights. Add a workshop or two to your agenda when registering for the conference! 

  • You must be registered for the conference.
  • Registration is required. Seating is limited. 
  • Workshops are 4 hours with two 15-minute breaks.
  • Lunch is provided.

CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING WORKSHOPS:

Macros for Beginners

Macros for Beginners

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Many times, statistical analysis is needed on structured data that simply changes over time. Some examples include weekly production data and customer billing data. Other times, a common analysis of your data may take 6-8 steps in Minitab. Clicking through the user-interface and setting up the dialog box can be time consuming. In both scenarios, it can be extremely beneficial to fast track your analysis using Minitab command language and basic macros. 

Learn to automate your Minitab analysis and save time with macros. Discover Minitab’s command language and learn how to convert your repetitive analysis into a macro. By the end of this hands-on course, you will learn of Minitab’s macro capabilities and be able to write and execute your own simple macros.

Topics include: 

  • Overview of Minitab Macros 
  • Setting up the environment in Minitab 
  • Interacting with Command Line/History Pane 
  • Session Commands 
  • Creating and running an Exec macro

Prerequisite
Familiarity with navigating Minitab and Windows.

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Overview of Minitab Macros 
  • Setting up the environment in Minitab 
  • Interacting with Command Line/History Pane 
  • Session Commands
  • Creating and running an Exec macro

Prerequisite

  • Familiarity with navigating Minitab and Windows.
Introduction to Predictive Analytics

Introduction to Predictive Analytics

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Use Minitab’s powerful engine and easy-to-use interface to create visualizations and build models. Learn the basics of predictive analytics including a roadmap for developing and leading a culture of analytics in your organization. 

Begin your analytics journey by analyzing data from real world problems to explore and describe relationships between variables. Learn to use the supervised machine learning technique known as CART® to analyze patterns found in historical data to gain better insights, identify potential risks, seek out improvement opportunities, and make predictions about the future. 

Topics include: 

  • Data Visualization
  • Modeling Techniques: including Regression, Logistic Regression, and CART
  • Cross Validation
  • Prediction

Prerequisite
Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and regression analysis. 

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Data Visualization
  • Modeling Techniques: including Regression, Logistic Regression, and CART
  • Cross Validation
  • Prediction

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and regression analysis. 
Design for Six Sigma

Design for Six Sigma

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Overall business improvement cannot be achieved by focusing on reducing variability and waste in the manufacturing processes alone. No matter how well a product is manufactured, if it is overly sensitive to real-world conditions (Noise), meeting and exceeding customer requirements will forever be a challenge. One method to address the aspect of sensitivity to Noise is Robust Design, which is a primary objective of Design for Six Sigma – an approach for taking the operational excellence philosophy of Six Sigma upstream from manufacturing into product and process design.

Learn the concepts and methodology of Robust Engineering (IDDOV) Design for Six Sigma. With this knowledge, your organization can develop robust products and processes to drive operational and enterprise excellence. 

Topics include: 

  • Robust Design and Noise
  • Design of Experiments
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Quality Function Deployment
  • Parameter Diagrams
  • Voice of Customer 

Prerequisite
Minitab Essentials – a basic understanding of hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and regression analysis

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Robust Design and Noise
  • Design of Experiments
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Quality Function Deployment
  • Parameter Diagrams
  • Voice of Customer 

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – a basic understanding of hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and regression analysis
Reliability Analysis

Reliability Analysis

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Determine lifetime characteristics of a product using both graphical and quantitative analysis methods. Examine real-world applications containing censored and uncensored data to learn how to correctly handle a wide variety of data structures commonly found in reliability. 
Explore the common distributions used to model failure rates and develop necessary skills in choosing these models. Learn how to handle accelerating variables in an accelerated life test. A strong emphasis will be placed on using appropriate probability models to predict important lifetime characteristics of your products

Topics include: 

  • Parametric Distribution Analysis
  • Sample Size for Estimation
  • Multiple Failure Modes
  • Accelerated Life Testing

Prerequisite
Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, distribution testing, and regression analysis.

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Parametric Distribution Analysis
  • Sample Size for Estimation
  • Multiple Failure Modes
  • Accelerated Life Testing

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, distribution testing, and regression analysis.
Measurement System Analysis

Measurement System Analysis

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Measurement data is used to make decisions about the process and the business in general. Therefore, it is critical for this data to be accurate and precise. A bad measurement system could lead to erroneous decisions. Measurement System Analysis (MSA) is used to build trust in the data used for the decision-making process.

Develop the necessary skills to successfully evaluate and certify manufacturing and engineering measurement systems. Explore the fundamentals of MSA studies for nondestructive and destructive tests. Learn how to incorporate an additional factor such as part location or multiple gages into a MSA Study. Investigate how accurate your measurements are across the expected range of the measurements. Understand how these important quality tools can provide the necessary evidence to trust the data gathered from manufacturing processes.

Topics include: 

  • Crossed Gage R&R
  • Nested Gage R&R
  • Gage Linearity and Bias
  • Expanded Gage R&R

Prerequisite
Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and ANOVA.

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Crossed Gage R&R
  • Nested Gage R&R
  • Gage Linearity and Bias
  • Expanded Gage R&R

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and ANOVA. 
Advanced Macros

Measurement System Analysis

Sunday, April 30, 2023
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

For those who have a working knowledge of Minitab command language and the power of Exec macros, it is now time to take your macro writing skills to the next level. Exec macros are a first step in automating your analyses and saving time but offer little flexibility to meet different data structures or user inputs. Many times, there are unknowns about the data, such as how many columns of data to analyze or if the data meets a certain condition for the analysis, such as normality, until the data is already collected and imported into Minitab. Advanced Minitab macros, global and local, can account for these uncertainties about the data and still allow the analyst to automate the analyses from start to finish.

Learn to customize your results beyond using the commands from the History window and transform your Exec macros into more flexible macros. Learn advanced programming techniques and the tricks used by the experts. 

Topics include: 

  • Overview of the three Minitab macros types: Exec, Global, Local
  • Understanding of which macro to use and benefits of each
  • Macro commands and syntax
  • Conditional statements such as Do Loops and If/Else
  • Tips and tricks 

Prerequisite
Macros for Beginners – familiarity with navigating Minitab and Windows, knowledge of Minitab Exec macros and command language.

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Overview of the three Minitab macros types: Exec, Global, Local
  • Understanding of which macro to use and benefits of each
  • Macro commands and syntax
  • Conditional statements such as Do Loops and If/Else
  • Tips and tricks 

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and regression analysis. 
Advanced Predictive Analytics

Advanced Predictive Analytics

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

For those who understand the basics of predictive analytics using cross validation, it is now time to take your skills to the next level. Ensemble modeling is the process of combining information from multiple base models to improve prediction and reduce the variance.

Learn two common ensemble modeling tools. Random Forests uses bootstrap sampling and out-of-bag validation while TreeNet uses stochastic gradient boosting to model generalized residuals. Both techniques generate many decision trees and use their combined information to create a powerful predictive model. Use the Predictive Analytics Module within Minitab to apply these methods to identify important variables and make predictions about the future.

Topics include: 

  • Data Visualization
  • Bootstrap Sampling and Out-Of-Bag
    Validation
  • Random Forests
  • Random Sampling and Learning Rate
  • TreeNet
  • Prediction

Prerequisite
Introduction to Predictive Analytics – basic understanding of Minitab, regression analysis, and CART.

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Data Visualization
  • Bootstrap Sampling and Out-Of-Bag
    Validation
  • Random Forests
  • Random Sampling and Learning Rate
  • TreeNet
  • Prediction

Prerequisite

  • Introduction to Predictive Analytics – basic understanding of Minitab, regression analysis, and CART.
Design of Experiments

Design of Experiments

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Use Minitab’s customizable and powerful graphical displays to interpret and communicate experimental results to improve products and processes, find critical factors that impact important response variables, reduce process variation, and expedite research and development projects. Real-world applications demonstrate how the concepts of randomization, replication, and blocking form the basis for sound experimentation practices. Develop the skills necessary to correctly analyze resulting data to effectively and efficiently reach experimental objectives.

Learn to generate full factorial designs using Minitab’s intuitive DOE interface. Understand how to account for variables (covariates) that may affect the response but cannot be controlled in the experiment. Explore the opportunities of using repeats to minimize variability while simultaneously optimizing an important product or process characteristic. 

Topics include: 

  • Design of Factorial Experiments
  • Normal Effects Plot and Pareto of Effects
  • Power and Sample Size
  • Main Effect, Interaction, and Cube Plots
  • Overlaid Contour Plots
  • Multiple Response Optimization
  • Analyze Variability
  • Blocking and Analysis of Covariance 

Prerequisite
Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and regression analysis. 

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Design of Factorial Experiments
  • Normal Effects Plot and Pareto of Effects
  • Power and Sample Size
  • Main Effect, Interaction, and Cube Plots
  • Overlaid Contour Plots
  • Multiple Response Optimization
  • Analyze Variability
  • Blocking and Analysis of Covariance 

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and regression analysis. 
Technical Problem Solving – Root Cause Analysis

Technical Problem Solving – Root Cause Analysis

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

A common thread among all organizations is that there are and will be problems that need to be solved. Some can be remedied simply by installing solutions, regardless of the cause of the problem. However, many cannot. Root cause of the problem must be understood before meaningful corrective actions can be put in place. Unfortunately, the current state of Root Cause Analysis for many organizations today is non-standard (everyone approaching problems their own way), chaotic (technically complex problems may have no logical approach) or lacking (root causes are never fully verified).

Learn a structured, robust strategy for Root Cause Analysis for various problem types and discover how different problems require different approaches. Use Minitab to understand how to verify a root cause with proper data collection and analysis.

Topics include: 

  • A structured process to efficiently get to root cause for a wide variety of problems
  • Data-driven tools to verify root cause
  • Basic hypothesis testing using Minitab Statistical Software
  • Power and Sample Size
  • Statistical significance vs Practical significance
  • Multi-Vari and Variability charts 

Prerequisite
Minitab Essentials – a basic understanding of hypothesis tests, confidence intervals and p-values 

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • A structured process to efficiently get to root cause for a wide variety of problems
  • Data-driven tools to verify root cause
  • Basic hypothesis testing using MinitabStatistical Software
  • Power and Sample Size
  • Statistical significance vs Practical significance
  • Multi-Vari and Variability charts 

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – a basic understanding of hypothesis tests, confidence intervals and p-values 
Process Capability

Process Capability

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Process capability assesses the ability of a stable process to produce output within specification limits. Capability analysis often assumes a Normal distribution and uses metrics like Cpk, Ppk, and PPM. Learn how to utilize these important capability analysis tools to evaluate your process relative to internal or customer specifications.

Develop the necessary skills to successfully use graphical methods and statistical tests for detecting nonnormal data and choosing an appropriate distribution or transformation for the analysis. Build on the fundamental concepts of capability analysis by learning additional tools for measuring quality levels and assessing process capability when your data are skewed, have extreme outliers, or are multimodal. The emphasis will be placed on manufacturing processes.

Topics include: 

  • Capability Sixpack
  • Capability Analysis Normal
  • Individual Distribution Identification
  • Capability Analysis Nonnormal
  • Capability Analysis Multiple Variables
  • Tolerance Intervals 

Prerequisite
Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and graphical analysis. 

Sunday, April 30, 2023
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Topics include: 

  • Capability Sixpack
  • Capability Analysis Normal
  • Individual Distribution Identification
  • Capability Analysis Nonnormal
  • Capability Analysis Multiple Variables
  • Tolerance Intervals 

Prerequisite

  • Minitab Essentials – basic understanding of Minitab, hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, p-values, and graphical analysis. 

Grow your network and build strong relationships with others who are eager to learn and share innovative and proven techniques to transform their organization.

Hearing directly from practitioners how the software is used and connecting with other users made me excited to go back to work and utilize the tools!

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The sessions! This is truly a practitioner’s conference, and it was great to hear all the ways Minitab is used to improve quality in so many industries.

The content, people, and resources (i.e., lab). It was a great group of like minds coming together.

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Expectation was to hear from the experts and to expand my professional knowledge as well as meet and interact with attendees to share thoughts. Expectation met!!!!

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2023 Conference Pricing

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION:
 $925.00
/ now until December 31st, 2022

REGULAR REGISTRATION: 
 $1,250.00
/ January 1st through May 2nd, 2023

EACH CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INCLUDES:

  • Breakfast and Lunch
  • All Day Break Station
  • Welcome & Networking Reception
  • Keynotes
  • Access to over 30 concurrent sessions
  • Post conference recordings (available only to attendees)
  • 1:1 hands-on advice in the Minitab Solution Center
  • Interaction with Minitab Subject Matter Experts

HALF DAY WORKSHOPS PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE:
Workshops will take place on April 30, 2023 and are 4 hours each

WORKSHOP FEE: $375 each

MORNING WORKSHOPS 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Macros for Beginners
Introduction to Predictive Analytics
Design for Six Sigma
Reliability Analysis
Measurement System Analysis

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Advanced Macros
Advanced Predictive Analytics
Design of Experiments
Technical Problem Solving - Root Cause Analysis
Process Capability

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