Lean Six Sigma Champion
You would like to implement Lean Six Sigma as a member of upper management. What can you achieve by doing this? And what tasks are you expected to perform as upper management in a Lean Six Sigma organisation? Our Champion training is especially aimed at upper management.
Contents of this Champion training
During this 2-day training, you will first learn the basics of Lean Management and Six Sigma. The training then examines your role as manager. This training has been compiled according to the ‘Body of Knowledge’ of the ASQ (American Society for Quality). The goal is to prepare you as a manager for the Lean programme that will be taking place within your organisation. You will learn how to inspire and support Green and Black Belts in their execution of projects. You will facilitate the smooth progress of projects and ensure that the right projects are executed. You will be familiar with the standard DMAIC project approach and be responsible for the underlying business case. By asking the right questions, you determine the feasibility of every project (throughout its entire runtime) at set stages. Changes are realised thanks to a common perception of Lean and Six Sigma shared within your organisation, while the use of the correct means of communication and safeguards ensure that these changes are lasting.
- What is Lean and Six Sigma?
- Setup of an effective Lean organisation
- Directing the various role-players (Green Belts and Black Belts)
- DMAIC project approach
- Selection of the right projects
- Change Acceleration Process (CAP Model)
- Safeguarding of changes
- Creating a culture of constant improvement
How long does this Six Sigma training take?
The duration of this training is 2 days.
Do you have any questions about the Lean Six Sigma Champion training?
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Lean Six Sigma Group is an accredited Lean Six Sigma training organisation
Our Champions training is exclusively presented by experienced Black Belts. These Black Belts have huge experience in directing Lean Six Sigma projects and programmes in a range of organisations.
Participation costs amount to £595 per person (exc. VAT). This includes all training materials, theory examination and conveniences (lunches, refreshments, etc.).
In-company Lean Six Sigma Champion training
If there are 5 or more participants, it is more cost-effective to organise in-company Champion training. We will gear the Champion training programme towards your organisation and your specific requirements.
No training courses are scheduled.