How Corning used Six Sigma to improve energy efficiency – this weekend’s topic on America’s Business with Mike Hambrick

This weekend another radio segment airs on America's Business with Mike Hambrick on how Corning used Six Sigma (DMAIC), supported by Microsoft technology tools such as Visio and our partner Itron, to achieve the following objectives:

§  Assure uninterrupted supply of energy to BSD facilities.

§  Reduce the total direct cost of energy as impacted by consumption and price

§  Reduce consumption through the use of energy management tools and processes.

§  Develop a rigorous sustainable process to manage energy effectively


Here are the details:


Segment Title: Incorporating Six Sigma Methodologies to Develop and Sustain the Business Services Division Energy Management Process 

Dates:  March 10 – 11, 2007


1.     Jon Arnold – Microsoft - Global  Utilities Industry Director | Microsoft Corporation

2.     Philip Mezey ITRON - Senior Vice President of Software Solutions

3.     Scott Ryan - CorningGlobal Energy Manager


A podcast will be posted here on Monday.

Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good start,

    Motorola introduced the six sigma and now all the major fields following these six categories to improve their knowledge.

    Compared to the try-fail method, in which practitioners may generate thousands of ideas before finding a really useful concept for developing a new product or service, Six Sigma’s systematic approach may be seen as a threat to creativity.


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  2. Brainmeasures says:

    rightly said   founded by Motorla and followed by all thanks

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