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Stuart Sammis
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Stuart K. Sammis, CBB, CRM - is the principal of Process Improvement for Non-Profits and Sammis Six Sigma which provides cost effective assistance to non-profit organizations and Small Midsize Businesses that can help them improve the efficiency of their organizations, providing additional services with their existing resources.  He is also a partner in Centerway ExecuCenter which offers shared services and serviced office facilities.  Stuart has over 30 years of experience in records and information management, project management and total quality management. 
Stuart was a Project Manager in the Knowledge Information Management organization for Corning Incorporated’s Science and Technology Division from 1997 – 2009 when he retired.   He has extensive experience as a Six Sigma Master Black Belt, serving as the belt on a verity of projects dealing with applying Six Sigma and Lean to information management and transactional applications. These projects resulted in approximately $500,000 in cost reduction and several millions of dollars in cost avoidance. 
Stuart served as Corning’s Manager - Corporate Records for 12 years overseeing the corporate records management program and as the company’s resident historian. Before joining Corning in 1985, he served as the University Archivist and Oral Historian for the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Stuart holds a BA in History from Fairleigh Dickinson University and an MA in History and Certificate in Archives Management from New York University. He has been a Certified Records Manager since 1991 and became a Certified Black Belt in 2006.   He was one of the first 15 Six Sigma Master Black Belts trained and deployed by Corning.

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Business & Money
by Stuart Sammis
6 years ago
Becoming a Performance Excellence Organization: Selecting a Project

To implement performance excellence in your SMB or non-profit, you need to identify where your problems are and manage how you address them. Prioritizing projects for selection is a task that needs to be approach in a systemic way. Just picking a pet project will not necessarily lead to success for the project or the organization. In fact it will probably have a negative impact.

Business & Money
by Stuart Sammis
6 years ago
Becoming a Performance Excellence Organization: The Baby Steps Method

You have determined that your SMB or non-profit organization needs the benefits that performance excellence brings. Not having the resources or inclination to change the culture completely, you still want to gain some of the benefits. This article explores how you can use the tools to gain benefit while laying the foundation for cultural change.

Business & Money
by Stuart Sammis
6 years ago
Performance Excellence: Can it Work for Non-Profits

During these difficult times when more services are needed, resources are static or shrinking for many nonprofit organizations. Nonprofits are searching for ways to do more with less. This is the first in a planned serious of articles that will provide an introduction to performance improvement and how it benefits an organization. This article covers some of the basics for getting started with performance excellence in a non-profit organization.

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