World Sports Media Group Acquires Six Sigma Tennis
SARASOTA, Fla. — In a well-designed and carefully orchestrated move, World Sports Media Group will acquire Six Sigma Tennis for an undisclosed amount. The creator, Steven Falk, will be brought aboard as CEO.
The Six Sigma Tennis books have already gained the support of leading literary agent Steven J. Fisher with APA Talent and Literary Agency and produced a new business relationship with leading U.S. Distributor Baker and Taylor.
Former Stanford Tennis USPTA Coach, USTA Official and Six Sigma Champion Steven Falk’s groundbreaking book, “Six Sigma Tennis,” which uses proven quality management principles to achieve athletic excellence, is now partnering with related products, services and celebrities to further promote performance perfection in athletics, education and sports.
In Six Sigma Tennis, leading expert Steven Falk explains how the improvement processes major corporations use to ensure 99.99% quality can now be used by tennis players of all levels to achieve 99.99% success rates on and off the court — in other words, how to win.
The program is being used by tennis coaches and athletes in the United States, Canada, Germany, Spain and Switzerland.
The easy-to-follow methodology is drawn from Falk’s experience with applying the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards, Six Sigma quality improvement processes and Zero Defects strategies in large corporations, such as Carlson Companies, General Electric, Lockheed Martin and Siemens. As a tennis coach with Stanford Tennis in Palo Alto, Calif., he began applying Six Sigma approaches, which not only helped players, but also assisted instructors and coaches.
World Sports Media Group is said to be forming a new LLC for Six Sigma Tennis. Sources reported today that new investors are paying $75,000 for LLC Membership.
About Steven Falk and Six Sigma Tennis
Steven Falk, author of “Six Sigma Tennis,” is a certified tennis professional by the U.S. Professional Tennis Association and also is a certified umpire and referee by the United States Tennis Association. He is a former tennis coach for Stanford Tennis where he applied ISO standards, Six Sigma methodologies, Total Quality Management, the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program and Lockheed Martin Zero Defects practices for the first time to athletics. Falk gained his corporate experience and recognition as a Six Sigma Champion working with organizations such as Carlson Companies, Siemens, General Electric, Lockheed Martin and The Walt Disney Company. The mission statement of his organization is very simple: to analyze and solve any problem. More information is available at StevenFalk.com.
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