Gary Cox, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, received his Lean Six Sigma training during his 35-year career at Canada Post. Gary was trained at the Black Belt level for both Lean and Six Sigma methodologies by Rath & Strong Management Consultants, receiving his Six Sigma Black Belt in 2005 and his Lean Black Belt Certification in 2009. In addition to his training and certification at the Black Belt level for Lean and Six Sigma, he received training at the Master Black Belt level. Gary has taught Lean Six Sigma and Personal Productivity and Effectiveness to hundreds of individuals over his career. Gary joined Barrington Consulting in 2015 where he now supports both the Province of NS and the Halifax Regional Municipality in training and deploying Lean Six Sigma and Performance Excellence principles and coaching Lean Six Sigma Green Belts.
Robert is a Professional Engineer (P.Eng) and an MBA graduate from the Sobey School of Business. Robert has his Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification. Robert has executed business process improvement projects and utilized the Lean Six Sigma methodology and tools with clients in municipal government, provincial government, and the private sector. He has also trained and coached 30 green belts, 80 yellow belts, and 140 Managers and Directors through Performance Excellence Training. Robert’s current client, Halifax Access-A-Bus, has used value stream mapping workshops to develop their strategic plan and technology roadmap. Robert has taken what he has learned from his own training and experience in different industries and trained other Lean Six Sigma Green Belts how to plan, prepare, and facilitate value stream mapping workshops.
Trish has over 14 years of experience leading and advising on process improvement initiatives and delivering Lean Six Sigma training in both production and administrative environments. Her project experience at Canada Post includes leading time, motion studies and rapid improvement workshops for the parcel processing work centre in the St. John’s mail processing plant, and for the Maintenance Engineering team’s preventative maintenance process in the Montreal mail processing plant. As well as advising on a time and motion study and providing recommendations for Canada Post’s largest spare parts warehouse in Mississauga. She also led an initiative in the Head Office’s Document Control Centre to analyze and reduce the clerical work elements of the engineering documentation request process. Her work in this area has yielded savings of hundreds of hours of in-cycle time resulting in faster set-up, improved work distribution and increased service delivery and resource capacity.
Logan’s strong communication and interpersonal skills have made him a very effective member of cross-functional project teams.
He supports the development of and delivery of a number of Lean Six Sigma programs with the Province of Nova Scotia: Yellow and Green Belt programs, Rapid Improvement Workshops, Personal Productivity, 5S+S, E5S+S, Excel and Visio. Logan coaches LSS Green Belts with projects.
In his leisure time he coaches a successful girls volleyball team and is involved in supporting various charity organizations.