About This Webinar
Results will not change without change. That is a fact. So what is the right change for improving results? There are basically two options. You can guess what should be changed or you can use the proven tools and techniques within Lean Six Sigma to isolate, select, and test the right change. This webinar will demonstrate how the DMAIC Methodology incorporates the tools of Lean to help any organization improve any clearly identified result. Participants will walk away with a clear understanding of how they can improve their own results.
Participants will learn that the answers to most challenges are found in the questions. Asking questions around a result and finding the factual answer to those questions are key to improving results. This webinar will demonstrate the necessary steps to improving results.
What You Will Learn
Upon completion of this webinar, the participants will be able to:
- High-level overview of Lean Six Sigma
- The power of focus
- The basics behind the Y=fx formula that will lead to improvements
- Management by fact
- Variation and control charting
In this interactive session, participants are encouraged to help identify factors that will improve the results of a fictional case study.
Who Should Attend
Managers, process experts, or employees at any level who want to gain a clear understanding of how they can utilize three foundational concepts within Lean Six Sigma to make substantial improvements to any outcome should attend this webinar. If your company is looking for the roadmap to quickly and substantially reduce costs while simultaneously improving quality, this session will demonstrate the fundamental principles necessary to begin the journey.
The outstanding quality of our faculty serves as the hallmark of IIL, distinguishing us in our profession. Our webinar presenters are elite in terms of their extensive industry backgrounds as well as practical classroom experience. Your presenter will communicate real-world knowledge that imparts a sense of fun and discovery – preparing and motivating you to apply your new skills in the workplace.