Lacey E. Engle, Laura E. Stroyne
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Two students from the University of Dayton, one Chemical Engineering and one Industrial Engineering Technology major, were selected as charter students to partake in an 8 week internship abroad in London, England. The students would be working at Tryzens Group, an ecommerce solutions company. In this internship, the students were to use the classroom knowledge gained from their Lean Six Sigma course, and apply it to an unfamiliar process. This internship/project was the last step in receiving a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. Tryzens Group is an international company delivering ecommerce solutions. Their systems drive business performance and multichannel retail experience for leading companies world-wide. A sharp increase in popularity of the company drove Tryzens to expand rapidly. They now have offices in the United Kingdom, India, and Bulgaria. Since growing, Tryzens has struggled with providing accurate requirement estimations. This project was focused on improving Tryzens’ estimation process.
Paul A. Piechota
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Center for Competitive Change
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"Transformational Learning-Improving Estimating" (2015). Stander Symposium Projects. 552.
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