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SUN KU WRITER BLOG

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É com este Blog actualizado Diariamente que trabalho e de modo a inovar, promover e comercializar os meus livros que me juntei a uma revolucionária plataforma de de Marketing a Empower Network de forma a ver todos os meus objectivos alcançados e...

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20 New Recommended Photographers on EyeEm: June Edition

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The Portraitist – 2014 EyeEm Awards by Lou Noble on EyeEm
Today we’re excited to announce 20 new recommended photographers on EyeEm. These are the people who consistently create beautiful images and whose work we admire.

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Kyle Lacy: The ExactTarget Blog 50 Technology and Internet Trends for 2014 » The ExactTarget Blog

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The ExactTarget Blog 50 Technology and Internet Trends for 2014 » The ExactTarget Blog The ExactTarget Blog 50 Technology and Internet Trends for 2014 » The ExactTarget Blog When discussing internet trends, it is impossible to gloss over the influence that Mary Meeker has had on the industry. ...

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Anatomy of a [bad?] Six Sigma Black Belt

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Philip Marris's curator insight, March 29, 2014 2:21 AM

I don't agree with this but here it is anyway. I think it describes a "bad" Six Sigma Master Black Belt and not a Lean sensei or a "Lean Six Sigma" person. I also think it shows why "bad" Six Sigma exists; too much data, insufficient global view, a tendency to forget VOC, not very bottom line oriented, and motivations that are too often career advancement rather than a passion for continuous improvement in operations leveraged by a respect for people.