A West Virginia University professor who has experience leading process innovation and performance improvement, has been chosen to lead training at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration headquarters in Springfield, Virginia, Sept. 24. Ednilson Bernardes, professor of Global Supply Chain Management, will conduct Lean Six Sigma training for the DEA's forensic labs.
“This event is a culmination of a four-month effort during which WVU provided training and, at the same time, facilitated improvement and innovation projects for the DEA forensic labs across the country. This engagement is of great importance because it has been an opportunity for us to educate the leadership of a significant federal agency on a critical organizational change management approach and to facilitate transformative projects implemented in its facilities across the country.” — Ednilson Bernardes, professor of Global Supply Chain Management
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