Learn to apply lean six sigma in a supply
Learn to apply lean six sigma in a supply chain environment to increase customer value and generate measured business results.
WHEN: June 18 – September 10, 2018
FORMAT: Online + virtual coaching
Lean and Six Sigma are industry-recognized philosophies for business improvement. While Six Sigma is highly process-focused, supply chain is focused on the entire value stream, from process to process. This can present challenges in applying Six Sigma in a supply chain environment. This accredited course will break that barrier by teaching professionals how to apply lean Six Sigma to the supply chain in order to increase customer value and ultimately, generate measured business results. This course takes lean Six Sigma to the next level of problem solving for today’s supply chain challenges.
Through self-paced online coursework, virtual coaching sessions, and an improvement project, students will learn the skills, knowledge, and tools consistent with industry expectations of a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.
• Bi-weekly 1-hour virtual group coaching sessions (8 total)
• Weekly applied learning assignments (part of take-home workbook)
• 2 individual, 30-min coaching calls per person
• Participants will complete a project using the DMAIC process to generate real, measured results
• Course completion certificates will be issued after passing a final exam and submitting project work
KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Articulate and apply lean and Six Sigma concepts and tools
• Utilize structured problem-solving and project management tools and techniques
• Identify waste and define a solution for process improvement and cost reduction
• Lead projects that require an intermediate level of analytical rigor
• Assist with data collection and analysis for lean Six Sigma projects
• Connect project results with corporate financial performance
Note: This course has a 30 participant limit.
Take advantage of the early bird rate through May 1st!
“The course was not only thorough in covering the concepts, but was complemented nicely with practical activities to apply the concepts in class. I had access to great subject matter experts for guidance and support throughout my project.”
-Lauranna Ji, Human Resources
“The structure fit well into my busy schedule. The training was laid out logically – easy for anyone to learn.”
-Kellie Greene, Global Trading
|Jun 11||Virtual Coaching Session 1||Kickoff and Lean and Six Sigma Modules Kickoff|
|Jun 25||Virtual Coaching Session 2||Review of Lean and Six Sigma Modules and DMAIC Define Kickoff|
|Jul 9||Virtual Coaching Session 3||Review of Define Modules and DMAIC Measure Kickoff|
|Jul 23||Virtual Coaching Session 4||Review of Measure Modules and DMAIC Analyze Kickoff|
|Aug 6||Virtual Coaching Session 5||Review of Analyze Modules and DMAIC Improve Kickoff|
|Aug 20||Virtual Coaching Session 6||Review of Improve Modules and DMAIC Control Kickoff|
|Sep 3||Virtual Coaching Session 7||Review of Control Modules and Project Completion Expectations|
|TBD||Virtual Coaching Session 8||Schedule 1-on-1 coaching with LeanCor coach (upon project completion)|
June 18 (Monday) - September 10 (Monday)