Although I doubt the temperature rose above freezing, I spent this past weekend in Paris. I saw the obvious sights such as the Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower. Continue Reading
Earlier this month, I had the incredible opportunity of visiting the beautiful country of Uganda. I want to share a couple of photos that were taken at a school out in a remote village and an orphanage for children with AIDS. Continue Reading
As the U.S. celebrated Thanksgiving this past week, my workplace (for my internship) decided to get me a little baby pumpkin pie since I will be away from my family for the holiday. Continue Reading
After having a rather relaxed weekend last week, this past weekend I went to Amsterdam and stopped in Bruges on the way back. Continue Reading
This past week was my first week of my London internship while interning at IlliquidX. Although the office is rather small, I was quite surprised by the ethnic diversity within the office. Continue Reading
While my classmates decided to venture further into Eastern Europe for the remainder of the Spring Break, I decided to head down to Italy and enjoy some warmer weather. Continue Reading
When Faced with High Privacy Concerns Among Users, the Third-Party Industry Gets More Concentrated
Your personal information is out there. You did not give it out, so how did it get there? Continue Reading
iSixSigma – The Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Green Belt and Black Belt curriculum needs an overhaul. The original operational excellence (OpEx) Lean Six Sigma methodology developed by Motorola in the 1980s and made famous by Jack Welch at General Electric (GE) in the early 1990s is finding itself a bit long in the tooth in comparison to the digital transformation activity going on around it. Practitioners of Lean Six Sigma who learned their craft more than 10 years ago need on-the-job training or CE (continuing education) classes to remain valuable to their client companies. The digital transformation has overtaken this quaint methodology, and unless continuous improvement teams embrace the new paradigm, their ability to affect the world will get smaller and smaller.
The structure of my program had my academic classes finishing up this past week. Thus, I was quite busy finishing up classes with projects, essays and final exams. The following weekend was the start of my semester break. Continue Reading
UConn Net Impact Graduate Chapter – On October 13th, 2017, UConn’s Graduate Net Impact Chapter hosted a volunteer day for Riverfront Recapture, a non-profit organization that manages downtown Hartford’s riverfront park system.