Six Sigma Tennis Goes to Notre Dame
SARASOTA, Fla. — ASQ’s newest group, Quality in Athletics, is bringing the Global Voice of Quality to Notre Dame on Tuesday, October 18 at 10:00 AM to demonstrate Six Sigma techniques in Tennis.
In Six Sigma Tennis, leading expert Steven Falk explains how the improvement processes major corporations use to ensure 99.99 percent quality can now be used by tennis players of all levels to achieve 99.99 percent success rates on and off the court; in other words, how to win.
Falk states, “Our goals have very little power if we are not honestly trying to live up to the best that we know. We always do what we believe; therefore, the first thing we do in Six Sigma Tennis is to define the goal. Second we measure each individual player’s performance against the goal to establish a benchmark. The process then moves on to analyze, improve and finally control the best possible level of performance for each individual player.”
One male and one female student have been selected to be personally trained on-court by Steven Falk at Notre Dame in front of numerous athletics spectators, quality in sports committee members and local press affiliates.
About Steven Falk and Six Sigma Tennis
Steven Falk, author of Six Sigma Tennis, is a certified tennis professional by the U.S. Professional Tennis Association and also is a certified umpire and referee by the United States Tennis Association. He is a former tennis coach for Stanford Tennis where he applied ISO standards, Six Sigma methodologies, Total Quality Management, the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program and Lockheed Martin Zero Defects practices for the first time to athletics. Falk gained his corporate experience and recognition as a Six Sigma Champion working with organizations such as Carlson Companies, Siemens, General Electric, Lockheed Martin and The Walt Disney Company. The mission statement of his organization is very simple; to analyze and solve any problem. More information is available at StevenFalk.com.
Through a relationship with APA Talent & Literary Agency and a partnership with Baker & Taylor, Six Sigma Tennis has been distributed to coaches, athletes and business professionals in Africa, Bermuda, Canada, China, England, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Pakistan, Scotland, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and the United States. More information is available at SixSigmaTennis.com.
About APA Talent & Literary Agency
More information is available at: apa-agency.com.
ASQ is a global community of people passionate about quality, who use the tools, their ideas and expertise to make our world work better. More information is available at asq.org.
*About Baker & Taylor
More information is available at: baker-taylor.com.
More information is available at: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO.
About Six Sigma
More information is available at: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_sigma.
About Zero Defects
More information is available at: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero_Defects.
About World Sports Media Group
World Sports Media Group, Inc., owner of Six Sigma Tennis, is a global sports entertainment media company which provides mental conditioning research and development; publishing and promotion; and education and training for athletes and others for improved performance in sports, athletics, business and other activities. More information is available at WorldSportsMediaGroup.com.
2010 * ISBN 978-0-9826521-0-7 * $55.00 color; $15.99 downloadable
2010 * ISBN 978-0-9826521-1-4 * $65.00 color; $19.99 downloadable
Paperback Original * 96 pages
Contact: Steven Falk (941-706-2459)
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