San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Presentation Topic: Application of Lean Six Sigma Methodology in the Financial Sector
Presenter: Aizad Ahmad, MBA, MSc, PMP
Senior Process Consultant, Lean Solutions, Business Excellence – Sun Life Financial Waterloo
Six Sigma Green Belt – ASQ, Black Belt – Expertrating, PMP- PMI
Canadian Securities Course, LLQP, Personal Financial Planner – Canadian Securities Institute
Aizad started his career in the food processing industry and has 10 years of international experience in quality control, ISO9000, and Research & Development. He immigrated to Canada in 2004 and worked for 5 years in a retail bank as a Financial Advisor. In 2010, he decided to merge his experience in manufacturing and financial sector with lean six sigma methodology. He attained his certification from ASQ and PMI and has been working for the past 5 years in reputable financial companies in business process improvement using lean six sigma methodology.
In his spare time, he also uses statistics to assess Real Estate investing trends, with his Real Estate license.
- Lean Six Sigma basic concepts
- Discovery of opportunities for improvement using TIMWOODS
- DMAIC methodology
- Key objectives of six sigma projects in the financial sector
- Use of DMAIC tools for process improvement
6:30pm - 7:00pm: Registration, Member networking and refreshment.
7:00pm - 8:30pm: Presentation
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ASQ Kitchener has about 300 members from the Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, and Stratford areas. Run entirely by volunteers, we focus on creating value for our members by holding monthly events at little or no cost to section members and other attendees.
The American Society for Quality (ASQ) is the worldwide leader in the development, promotion, and application of quality and quality technologies for the quality profession and the private sector, for government and academia.
The ASQ's goals are to:
- Create a greater awareness of the need for quality
- Promote research and the development of standards
- Provide educational opportunities to ensure product and service excellence through improved quality.
ASQ has operated in Canada since 1948; today there are 15 sections. We are part of Canada's quality network including such organizations as the National Quality Institute that operates the annual Canadian Awards of Excellence and SPIN (Software Process Improvement Network).