Jim Henderson, M.B.A.

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Jim Henderson has used Lean Six Sigma methodologies since 2001. He has a B.A. in Management Information Systems from Capital University and an M.B.A. from Ohio Dominican University. He was trained in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma at PACCAR, Inc., a leading multinational manufacturer and innovator in heavy-duty and medium-duty trucks. Jim became a Six Sigma Black Belt in 2001 and Master Black Belt in 2006. He has led many multimillion dollar improvement efforts internal to PACCAR, for its dealer base, and several large projects for customers such as Swift Corporation and U.S. Xpress. Jim has taught and mentored hundreds of belts in the PACCAR internal network as well as its extensive supplier base. Jim currently assists Ohio University in mentoring its Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing components in its highly successful engineering programs. He currently assists undergraduate students as Master Black Belt by offering a real-world perspective and mentoring engaged in their senior design projects. He also mentors the Master of Engineering Management students in the Six Sigma course.