Jeff Slutsky is Bausch & Lomb’s World Wide Director of Design for Six Sigma. He is responsible for successful worldwide deployment of DFSS on all appropriate B&L product development efforts.
Mr. Slutsky has worked in Korea, Germany, France, England, The US, and Malaysia with dozens of companies including 3M, Samsung, Maytag, Hoover, Westinghouse Air Brake, Trane Air Conditioning, Becton-Dickinson, Cummins Engine and StorageTek where he has trained and certified over 800 DFSS Green, Black and Master Black Belts.
His expertise includes corporate deployment of DFSS, new product development process re-engineering, integration of DFSS with product development processes, systems engineering and FDA/ISO design control, gate keeping and the DFSS tools including stakeholder analysis, quality function deployment, measurement system analysis, design of experiments and robust design.
He gained this expertise as former CEO of Product Development Systems and Solutions (PDSS), Inc., worldwide DFSS/product development consultant for Sigma Breakthrough Technologies (SBTI), Inc., a control systems designer, a current product/manufacturing engineer, and senior systems development engineer for Eastman Kodak and Johnson&Johnson Health Care. Mr. Slutsky has spent twenty-five years in medical products development.
Mr. Slutsky is an adjunct professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Control Systems, Robust Design and Product and Production Systems Development. He is co-author of the Prentice Hall text, “Design for Six Sigma in Technology and Product Development”