Join Xander Hathaway and Nick LaRosa as they discuss drawing inspiration from machine learning, and applying various algorithms to tease out which inputs ("features") of training best predict learner success. Join us as we explore our findings and discuss the levers you can pull to increase training effectiveness.
Kevin Keller has discovered a simple and inexpensive way of using process modeling to successfully teach Lean Six Sigma & DMAIC in a virtual setting. Join us for a free webcast where Kevin will help refresh your training by using process modeling as a powerful teaching tool and experiment with a virtual model to increase audience engagement in an online training session. In this webcast, he'll use a pizza shop case study and walk through each phase of the DMAIC method.
We're extremely excited to be presenting four different presentations at ASQ's Lean and Six Sigma Conference in Phoenix. You'll hear from Peg, Bill, Xander, Nick, and Lars as they discuss Lean in the tech space, different stages of maturity in your operational excellence deployment, using machine learning algorithms to best predict learner success, and how to model against supply chain fragility.
What happens when you have to perform a capability analysis, but your data are non-normal? When faced with non-normal data, it is essential to know the analysis options and how to apply them. Geared towards Black Belts and advanced Green Belts, Omar will explain in-depth how to differentiate between normal and non-normal capability analysis and discuss the tools and techniques available in such scenarios.
Looking for ways to enhance your Lean Six Sigma Training? SimCamp is a free, four-day event that familiarizes trainers with our simulations by running through each of them as both facilitator and participant. With access to our full suite of sims, this event will ramp up your training, teach you how to facilitate each of them, and elevate your training portfolio.
Our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt program includes 80 hours of online coursework supported by instructor-led study halls and individual coaching. Students also attend a simulation workshop to apply their learning in a team environment. Spring 2023 kick-off scheduled for Feb. 23rd. Coursework and study halls will be completed by Aug. 31st. Candidates expected to complete exam and certification project.
Our Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program includes 140 hours of online coursework supported by instructor-led study halls and individual coaching. Students also attend a simulation workshop to apply their learning in a team environment. Spring 2023 kick-off scheduled for Feb. 23rd. Coursework and study halls will be completed by Aug 31st. Candidates expected to complete exam and two certification projects.
Flexible scheduling allows you to complete MBB certification in as little as 6 months or you may extend it over a longer period. Training package includes Advanced Lean-Finance and Advanced Statistics-Leadership workshops along with Fundamentals of Project Management and Design for Six Sigma online courses. Offered in partnership with The Ohio State University.