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Andrew Milivojevich is an authority in the application of statistical methods and Six Sigma to improve business performance. He has more than 15 years of experience with Magna International, The Woodbridge Group, Juran Institute, and Progressive Moulded Products where he was Vice President of Quality. Andrew has provided leadership, direction, vision and fostered an environment of continuous improvement for a number of organizations. He has applied statistical and Six Sigma methods to Research, Development, Operations and Service.
During his career at The Woodbridge Group, he pioneered the first known application of statistical and Six Sigma methods in Corporate Canada in 1994. He is currently the Founder and President of The Knowledge Management Group Inc.
Andrew is a frequent speaker on Six Sigma and the application of statistical methods to improve business performance. He has lectured, authored and been quoted in several papers with The American Society for Quality, The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and Alliance for the Polyurethane Industry (API). Andrew is a Professional Engineer and Fellow of the American Society for Quality (A.S.Q.). He maintains certification with A.S.Q. as a Quality Engineer and Six Sigma Black Belt and provides instruction to the Toronto A.S.Q. membership in Quality Engineering and Six Sigma respectively. Andrew is a member of the Quality and Applied Statistics Advisory Council for the College of Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology. He is also a Science Consultant to Revenue Canada's Scientific Research and Experimental Development program. Andrew received an Engineering Degree from Ryerson Polytechnic University, Canada, and a Masters Degree in Mathematical Statistics from the College of Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA.