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When people outside of the engineering world hear “Master Black Belt,” they probably think of Bruce Lee. However here at Ohio University in our Engineering Management program we think of Chuck Adams as our Master Black Belt. Chuck trains other engineering black belts in Six Sigma and the quality control protocol that defines better engineering processes. Learn more about Chuck and the other faculty of Ohio University’s online Engineering Management Program on our Engineering Management faculty page.

Chuck Adams, PMP

Resident Assistant
Industrial and Systems Engineering Department

Chuck Adams, resident assistant, is a decisive, action oriented, and results-focused professional with more than 20 years of information services background. He has led cross-functional teams of up to 38 members and budgets of $5+ million in a variety of industries specializing in the alignment of business and technology goals to meet the strategic objectives of an organization. He is a professional member of the Project Management Institute, the Great Lakes Chapter of PMI, the Premiere Global Advisory Council, and the Academy of Model Aeronautics.

Chuck Adams is a certified Master Black Belt (MBB), which is the highest level of Six Sigma expertise and includes the training of other black belts. At Ohio University, he teaches the course “Implementing Six Sigma: Smarter Solutions Using Statistical Methods”. Mr. Adams’ professional expertise includes:

  • Project and Change Management
  • Systems Analysis & Programming
  • Operational Efficiency
  • Strategic & Business Planning
  • SDLC & ITIL Methodologies
  • Business Process Engineering
  • Team Leadership & Development
  • Network Analysis & Design
  • Manufacturing & Distribution
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Procurement & Vendor Coordination
  • Logical & Physical Security
  • Budget Development & Management
  • Disaster Recovery Planning
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