Crimson Lean Six Sigma

 

Lean Methods Accelerator

Workshop Overview

The online Lean Methods Accelerator course is a stand-alone, open-entry online course designed to provide a comprehensive overview of Lean Enterprise tools and methods which may be used to supplement a Six Sigma curriculum. Lean topics include value stream mapping, continuous flow, takt time, kaizen, line balancing, quick changeover, pull system, and 5-S, among others. Upon course completion, participants will be proficient in the fundamental tools and language of Lean and will have learned the skills to effectively guide and support process improvement activities.

Course access is provided for 365 days beginning at the time of enrollment. The course consists of three sessions, each of which is a collection of related lessons which include simulations, toolsets and interactive practice sessions.  Each session ends with an interactive quiz to test your knowledge.

One-year subscription to EngineRoom® statistical analysis software is included.

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Who Should Attend

Individuals:

  • Who desire to learn and develop skills of Lean language, tools, and techniques aimed at achieving bottom line results through process improvement

  • Whose organizations want to define and drive waste reduction efforts

What you'll Learn

  • Exposure to a comprehensive overview of Lean Enterprise tools and methods

  • Challenged through interactive exercises, varied examples, session quizzes and rigorous practice exercises to grow knowledge and build skills in all things “Lean”

Workshop Outline

 

Session Overview
Session 1

Overview of Lean methods, background, and integration of Lean within the Six Sigma improvement process (DMAIC)

Sessions 2 & 3 Develop and apply specific Lean tools and methods to arrive at a solution that reduces or eliminates a business challenge

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  To register, click Register Now or call 205-348-3000

Questions?

  Contact Brenda Truelove
  Email: truelove@ccs.ua.edu  Phone: 205-348-9066

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