- What: Lean Six Sigma Certification Training
- When: Training dates vary by level of certification. Sessions begin March 2.
- Where: Location varies by training.
Western Michigan University’s Center for Integrated Supply Management offers a full range of Lean Six Sigma training that uses an applied business focus. Lean Six Sigma is a methodology that focuses on improving the performance of an organization by systematically removing waste and reducing variation throughout the organization’s process. It also provides a framework for overall organizational culture change.
Lean Six Sigma changes the mindset of an organization’s employees and managers, shifting perspective to growth, continuous improvement and process optimization. Individuals with certification are knowledgeable in different approaches to generate value and meet or exceed customer needs. They know how to optimize business processes and enhance staff involvement. Six Sigma certification makes a professional stand out from the competition.
Each training session has been carefully designed and streamlined to make the most of participants’ time while ensuring they receive all the required knowledge.
- White Belt: Designed to give senior and top-level leaders a working knowledge of Lean Six Sigma as a platform for building a culture of continuous improvement.
- Yellow Belt: Ideal for practitioners who want to gain a fundamental understanding of the tools used to drive continuous improvement into their everyday work.
- Green Belt: Ideal for those engaged in the technical aspects of the business, such as engineering and manufacturing. Designed for managers and supervisors involved in the creation and management of systems supporting continuous improvement through experimentation and advanced data analysis methodologies.
- Orange Belt: Gives sales and marketing professionals hands-on application of the methodologies needed to deliver a purchase experience that provides customer consumption advocacy and product-service buying behaviors.
- Black Belt (coming soon): Designed for mid to top-level managers who oversee and connect systems that drive continuous improvement.
THIS EVENT CONTENT WAS SPONSORED BY WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY.
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