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Lean Thinking: An Intro to Lean Six Sigma (Choose to Manage Development Series)

Wednesday, July 24, 2024 10am to 12pm

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  • Wednesday, July 31, 2024 10am to 12pm

Free Event

"Choose to Manage” is a management skills development series designed specifically for faculty and staff who are currently managers, and those aspiring to be managers.  Faculty and staff can enroll to attend courses covering a variety of important skills.  Courses cover topics such as communication skills, hiring best practices, conflict management, performance management, critical thinking, process improvement, finance & budgeting, and more.

Lean Thinking:  An Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

Lean Thinking: An Introduction to Lean Six Sigma provides a foundation for lean six sigma philosophy and approach to continuous process improvement. 

The course covers:

  • Definition of lean, six sigma and lean six sigma
  • The history of how lean emerged
  • How lean six sigma can benefit our organization
  • The elements that make up a process
  • The difference between value in a process and waste
  • The DMAIC model for lean six sigma process improvement
  • An overview of several concepts and tools for implementing lean six sigma principles

NOTE:  This training course is available to faculty and staff only. 

Each session covers the full agenda.  Therefore, attendees need only attend one session to participate in the program.

Event Details

An outlook invitation will be sent separately with location/dial-in instructions.