Rev. Prof. Capt. Godson A. Tetteh is Associate Professor of Quality Management and Educational Leadership, and the Vice President of Organization Development (OD) Institute, Ghana. Godson Tetteh ((PhD, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 2008) is a Conference Speaker, an Executive Management Consultant, Distinguished Faculty and a Lean Six Sigma Expert with proven expertise in increasing productivity, planning and implementing improvement processes using Lean Manufacturing, Product Design & Development, and Six Sigma (DMAIC) principles for innovative business strategy execution.
Prof. Tetteh has successfully developed Lean Six Sigma deployment strategies and training for Product and Process Development, Manufacturing and Business Process Improvement. He conducted an independent evaluation of a client’s internal production practices and procedures in the identification, design, and delivery of process improvement initiatives and ensured that all departments operated in conformance to the Quality Control metrics. Prof. Tetteh conducted seminars demonstrating techniques in Lean Six Sigma (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) principles, designed instructional materials, integrated role-plays, and hands-on exercises to ensure training effectiveness at the American Society for Quality NY-NJ Metropolitan Section 59th Annual Conference in Newark, New Jersey in the United States of America.
Prof. Tetteh earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Transportation Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, a Master of Science degree in International Transportation Management from the State University of New York Maritime College, and an American Society of Quality Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, all in the United States of America.
Prof. Tetteh earned the enviable 2016 Distinguished New Faculty Award at the 27th Annual International Conference on College Teaching and Learning with the theme “Building Bridges: Teaching Our Communities—Engaging the World” – organized by the Florida State College at Jacksonville, Florida based on my research paper “Effects of Student’s Study Time on the Learning Outcome. His research interests are in the areas of optimizing business models and production planning, supply chain management systems, and total quality management systems. He has authored over 30 journals, technical and conference papers. Tetteh et al., authored recently “Developing a Quality Assurance Identity in a University: A Grounded Theory Approach” in the Quality Assurance in Education journal. He has an enviable track record of publishing in high ranking peer-reviewed journals (i.e. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, International Journal of Lean Six Sigma, Journal of International Education in Business, and The TQM Journal), in many national and international conference proceedings, and of making invited international conference presentations at various international (Australia, Canada, Denmark, Spain, USA and UK) fora,thereby showcasing his intellectual prowess. Prof. Tetteh is a frequent keynote speaker and has travelled over 30 countries to teach, train or consult. He can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lean Six Sigma Business Process Improvement Procedures
Curriculum Development and Implementation
Team Problem Solving Methods
Quality Policy and Manual Formulation.