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Dennis
Narlock

Dennis Narlock

Dennis Narlock is the Continuous Improvement Leader for Catalent Pharma Solutions in Middleton, Wisconsin. He is an ASQ certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and a Theory of Constraints Jonah with more than six years of experience in continuous process improvement. He has held positions as a Black Belt and Deployment director within the U.S. Navy where he served for 24 years prior to transitioning to the private sector. He earned a Master of Science degree in Global Leadership from the University of San Diego. His work with the Process Excellence group at IQPC has been recognized with project awards in the Best New Start-up and Innovation categories; in addition he has been a conference presenter and judge.  Dennis can be reached at dennis.narlock@gmail.com

Whether newly trained in a continuous improvement methodology or a seasoned professional the success of your team depends on how you approach your leadership role, writes contributor Dennis Narlock. It’s important to remember that continuous improvement is something that you do WITH people, not something that you do TO them. Here are the...Full Article »
The Lean approach to process improvement has been implemented in numerous organizations around the world. But why do so many go so wrong? The solution, writes Dennis Narlock, is making sure you've defined value from the customer's perspective....Full Article »
Getting the people with the right mix of skills on a team generates a 1+1=3 multiplier effect that must be present for high performance outcomes, says Dennis Narlock, Continuous Improvement Officer with the US Navy. In this article Dennis looks at how to create high performing teams quickly by using the Networked Talent Model....Full Article »
Every organization that has implemented a process improvement methodology or methodologies is faced with the dilemma of how to train new employees in such a way that they fully understand the organization and its approach to Continuous Process Improvement (CPI). You are seeking to provide an overview of your Continuous Process Improvement...Full Article »