Taxpayer dollars saved in Colorado, Iowa, Ohio, Maine, and Virginia
This program combines comprehensive classroom training with real-world application. You will attend three training sessions (two days each) over a seven-week period. Between sessions, you will work on a process improvement project from your organization. The project will give you the opportunity to demonstrate LSS proficiency while creating immediate ROI for your employer.
Session One – September 15-16
Lean Six Sigma principles, project selection, complete the “Define” and “Measure” phases, and start the “Analyze” phase of DMAIC.
Session Two – October 6-7
Finish learning “Analyze” on baseline data collected. Learn “Improve” and “Control” phases of the DMAIC process. Review progress and work on project
Session Three – October 27-28
Learn how to facilitate other people’s projects, drive change, and incorporate Lean into culture. Time to fine tune project presentations and feedback.
Examples of LSS Success
The techniques taught in this certification program have saved $1 billion for taxpayers in Iowa, Ohio, Maine, Colorado and Virginia. Functions improved include:
|• Public Pension||• Police and Public Safety|
|• Permitting and Licensing||• Forensics|
|• Criminal Justice||• Public Utilities|
|• Board of Nursing||• Jails and Correction|
|• Budget and Management||• Taxation and Treasury|
|• Commerce||• Transportation|
|• Aging and Family Services||• Development|
|• Mental Health & Addiction||• Workers’ Compensation|
|• Housing Finance||• Youth Services|
Learn From the Best: Steve Wall
Steve Wall has more than 30 years of experience leading major improvement efforts from the inside and as a consultant.
Mr. Wall was the founding director of Lean Ohio, which during eight years has implemented several hundred improvements, including over 100 week-long Kaizen events. A nationally recognized expert, Mr. Wall has testified before subcommittees of the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate and the US Secretary of Labor’s Office as an expert witness on how to cut red tape and save money in government. He is an examiner, judge and member of the Board of Trustees for the Partnership for Excellence.
“I love this so much!! Even with the pivot to online learning, this is so much fun, and so engaging!”
–Continuous Improvement Manager
Why You Want to be a Green Belt
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is the most recognizable and valued quality management certification across all industries. It commands an average annual salary of more than $100,000.
The skills of a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt are important to your career and your organization.
- Stand Out from the Crowd – Certification puts you in better position for advancement.
- Extinction Free – Will never become obsolete; problem-solving is needed every day, in every profession, in every industry.
- Improve Efficiency and Service – Cutting costs, improving service time, increasing employee engagement, etc. leads to satisfied, happy members which translates into greater mission fulfillment.
Credits: 36 CPE hours for ABPMP re-certification
Standard fee = $3,750 per person. One sale for $3,250 until July 15.