Lean Six Sigma Green Belt program flier

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Are you an ASU employee who performs or has an interest in process improvement, organizational development, change management and project management to improve services and operations throughout the university?

Take a 10-week certification offered in a face-to-face format at ASU, meeting twice per week from September 5, 2017 through November 14, 2017 from 8 a.m.–noon. The program provides tactical Lean and Six Sigma tools to you, which allow you to deploy breakthrough improvements at your department.

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“The professors were very knowledgeable and provided an excellent curriculum that accelerated the learning process,” says Matthew Krull, a student of the Lean Green Belt Certification. “They really showed how you could apply what we were learning to a normal working environment, using examples that were very applicable to real-world scenarios.”

At the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Choose and implement Lean Six Sigma projects
  • Develop value stream maps and optimize process flows
  • Choose metrics, establish a measurement system and collect data for a given process
  • Assess current and future state process and quantify the performance gap between them
  • Apply data analysis tools and methods to understand processes and the use of data in decision-making
  • Use statistics for Six Sigma, including relationships between variables, correlation and regression analysis
  • Apply lean essentials to remove waste from a process
  • Use Lean Six Sigma tools to close performance gaps, reduce process variation and center performance on a target value
  • Apply basic statistical process control methods to monitor process performance

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