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What is the Engineering Problem Solving Approach?

We sit down with Kyle Kramer, an engineer, to discuss his approaches to problem solving and teamwork. He talks about the process and Six Sigma.

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Season 1, episode 10
26 min / Published

We sit down with Kyle Kramer, an engineer, to discuss his approaches to problem solving and teamwork. He talks about the process and Six Sigma.

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Kyle Kramer is an expert problem solver who is focused on innovation with community impact. Through his work experience, he developed a working knowledge of product design with stringent detail to safety and regulatory compliance. Kyle is currently a leader in technology brokering and recombinant innovation approaches (Design for Six Sigma, etc.). He currently works as an R&D Engineer with Eastman Chemical Company where he is focused on innovations in the material science sector. He currently holds a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification through The American Society for Quality and a Project Management Certification through The Project Management Institute.

Kyle studied chemical engineering (biomolecular concentration) at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, TN where he took part in undergraduate research working on novel gene therapy applications at the Biomolecular Medicine Laboratory (BML). He also holds a Master’s in Industrial Engineering from NC State University and will soon graduate Duke University with an MBA.

Outside of work Kyle is very passionate about volunteering with a local non-profit, AdaptoPlay, where he repurposes donated Power Wheels toys into mobility devices for children with disabilities (https://adaptoplay.org/).

 

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