7 Words You Should Never Say in Lean Six Sigma

Author: Russ Aikman
In the 1970s the late comedian George Carlin (1937-2008) perfected a routine in which he discussed seven words which could not be used on broadcast television.  Carlin was known for his acerbic wit and  ability to skewer bureaucrats, politicians, and anyone else he found to be arrogant, pompous, or just plain ignorant.  And he also loved words, and often found humor in how words were used.
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