How to Leverage Replication to Improve Efficiency


Many organizations face challenges in their Continuous Improvement initiatives. Let’s face it, changing a process that has been in place for a long time can be like turning a huge ship. It can be turned, but it takes time, and distance. And many of the enterprise processes that are candidates for improvement have built-in tribal knowledge – key people just know how to do their part – and they do it well.

So, what are some of the techniques you can employ to improve processes? In this on-demand webinar, Randy Clark, Upland Software’s Director of Six Sigma and Kevin Filcik, Continuous Improvement industry veteran, will present key strategies and best practices on improving efficiency by using Replication – those techniques that enable you to reproduce the best aspects of a process to help improve execution and reduce costs.

Meet our experts:

Kevin Filcik is a Continuous Improvement expert at Upland Software. An industry veteran with over 30 years experience, Kevin has led numerous enterprise CI projects and has held leadership roles in manufacturing and finance. Hi implemented PowerSteering software at three manufacturing companies which use the system to track over 10,000 CI projects / year with project savings of over $500 million/year.   Kevin holds a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification, and an MBA from The Wharton School.   Kevin and his wife Marcie are thankful parents of 5 children and 8 grandchildren.

Randy Clark is the Director, Six Sigma with Upland Software. Randy has over 20 years’ experience working in continuous improvement with emphasis in Six Sigma and the Baldrige criteria for performance excellence. He joined Upland’s PowerSteering team in 2004.



This webinar is on-demand and you can access the vital information at any time. Be sure to put this on your must do list and learn how to use Replication in your Continuous Improvement initiative to Improve Efficiency.

And be sure to read about how Upland PowerSteering can help you demonstrate the value of your continuous improvement initiatives.



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