LEAN Six Sigma, May 21–22

by Michelle Saport  |   

May 21 and 22, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Register here by 11:59 p.m. May 20.

Come learn the techniques involved in applying LEAN Six Sigma. This new practice-derived from combining LEAN, a process focused on eliminating waste, with Six Sigma, an application that is a data driven approach for removing defect-jointly creates a new business model for improved success. LEAN Six Sigma forms a new system that offers organizations the ability to streamline process, focus procedures and reduce waste for easier, more efficient operation.

Course description: Recent studies have shown 53 percent of the time spent in American organizations is spent on non-value-added activity. How would you like to regain some of this time and apply it to value-added activities? Could you use a 25 percent increase in your margin?

This introductory course aimed at executives will cover a number of LEAN Six Sigma fundamentals:

  • High-level overview/review of business processes
  • Understanding what Six Sigma is and how it can benefit the organization
  • Learn your organizations efficiency score
  • Learn your organizations effectiveness score
  • Comprehension of Six Sigma fundamentals and LEAN thinking
  • Identifying LEAN principles and the different types of waste
  • Emphasis on problem solving, continuous process improvement and change management to ensure effective and efficient operations
  • Introduction to the five steps of the DMAIC process and how they leverage process improvement in your organization

Learn more at the Center for Corporate and Professional Development website.

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