Participants in the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course learn many of the same tools and methods covered in the Black Belt course. Instructors focus on the most important techniques and skills to enable Green Belts to solve basic problems and get sustainable project results. This course is recognized by our customers for its superior practicality. As with the Black Belt certification, a two instructor approach is used along with extensive simulations and case studies.Read More
As we help organization transition into the new ISO 9001:2015 standard through transition projects, transition classes and transition Lunch and Lean’s we have noticed several of the same questions being asked regarding the changes.Read More
A true Lean system's power can be leveraged to provide a high level of understanding in a minimum amount of time. For anyone wanting to distill the complexities of Lean down to its essence of simplicity, read on...Read More
This was the title to an article published in the October 2011 edition of Quality Progress. Since then, there have been other articles asking, “Is Six Sigma Worth it?” “...Is it a Fad?” “...Is it Still Relevant?” Over the past 10+ years, articles have been proclaiming the end is near for Six Sigma. But, before the eulogy starts, let's explore exactly what Six Sigma is. When I ask business leaders what Six Sigma means to them, the following are some of the...Read More
A lean training simulation followed by value stream analysis which culminates in some kaizen events has been the traditional implementation model for lean. Industry Week reported in a recent survey that 98% of all companies that have attempted lean did not experience the expected benefits. Toyota has been hiding the reason for these failures in plain sight for over 60 years and only within the past few has part of the enigma been lifted.