PROBABLY CANADA'S BEST LEAN SIX SIGMA

For Government & Public Sector Organizations


  

 

LEAN SIX SIGMA - YELLOW BELT  

STARTING: June 24 & 25, 2019 + 2 Days TBD

(4 Days In Class + Kaizen Project, Online Updates, Coaching)  

 

 


   

PROGRAM OUTLINE:  

As a YELLOW BELT, you will gain a thorough overview LEAN Six Sigma and the; tools, techniques, and methodologies of Lean, Kaizen, and Six Sigma.
 
A Certified LEAN Six Sigma Yellow Belt is a professional who is versed in the basics of the LEAN Six Sigma Methodology and who supports improvement projects as a part of a Team or conducts small projects on a part-time basis.
 
A LEAN Six Sigma Yellow Belt possesses an understanding of the aspects within the phases of D-M-C (Design, Measure & Control). Yellow Belt training is an introductory course for learning about LEAN thinking and how it can be used to make daily improvements in the workplace.  
 
This customized training will focus on providing tools for attaining and sustaining awareness around LEAN Daily 
Management.
 
YOU WILL LEARN:
Yellow Belt training focuses on Lean Six Sigma tools and methodologies. This training has been designed to fit the needs of government and public sector agencies/organizations through the use of hands-on activities and presentations.
 
This Yellow Belt Training is focused on providing LEAN Six Sigma with specific examples of continuous improvement projects. Participants will be able to apply the LEAN Six Sigma tools and methodologies to be more effective and efficient.
 
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
All Government/Public Sector Agencies interested in participating and/or promoting continuous improvement projects in their organization.

 

 

6 REASONS FOR CHANGE

  1. You have been doing the same thing over and over without any significant improvement – “same old results”.
  2. Improving services at the same or lower costs, means getting a NEW PLAYBOOK!
  3. If your objective is to find new capacity within your employees, then you need to direct energy to important services and ELIMINATE the things that DON’T ADD VALUE.
  4. Shifting your focus on your customer and eliminating the non-value added activities and business processes does NOT mean reducing quality customer service.
  5. Re-energizing your organization to get employees excited about what they do will ignite endless possibilities.
  6. Taking the time to examine the actual work performed will provide valuable insight into proper planning for the future.   

  

"Doing less with less... 

usually costs more in the long run."  

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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For questions or more information please contact the Ontario Municipal Leadership Institute at [email protected]