Lean and Six Sigma are improvement methods that have contributed to making products and services better, faster and cheaper. But how do they work, what makes the methods similar, and what makes them different? Moreover, how can you begin applying these concepts in your daily work? We will demystify Lean and Six Sigma, share simple definitions and demonstrate simple applications, and introduce tools and exercises that you can bring to your own teams as the first step in producing great results.
In this program will explain how problem solving drives transformational change, demystify the “A3“ approach, and introduce simple tools and strategies to take charge of your efforts to drive the change in culture you wish to see in your organization.
Participants will learn:
- How Problem Solving drives Cultural Transformation
- Problem Solving Methodologies Including A3 Approach
- How to Properly Define a Problem, Grasp the Situation, and Avoid Falling into Problem Solving Pitfalls
- Selected Basic Tools for Determine Root Cause Including 5 Why’s, Fishbone, and other tools to support Project Portfolio Management (PPM)
Free Tool Offered: A Fishbone Diagram tool that converts output into a Pareto Chart.
You’ll learn to apply the concepts of Project Portfolio Management to not only ‘do things right’ but to ‘do the right things.’
You’ll learn how to:
- Establish a rational, disciplined way to determine a project’s viability
- Explain the benefits of Project Portfolio Management (PPM)
- Assess the capabilities of hosted solutions to support profitable PPM
Opportunities for improvement everywhere you look. Imperatives for improved performance, too. How do you determine how to “do things right, and do the right things?”
Join us for a look into the power of democratizing ideation and automating improvement through Project Portfolio Management.
FREE RESOURCE: This training offers a free template for purpose of vetting project opportunities. Details shared during training.
This program is offered several times a week. Click Registration to find next available program.