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Lean Six Sigma (UF)

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Lean Six Sigma is used globally to improve business performance and eliminate waste. In its simplest form, Lean Six Sigma is a method and a set of tools to solve problems and improve processes. This course will introduce you to the world of Lean thinking. You’ll see how businesses operate more efficiently by eliminating defects in products and services, as well as other forms of waste: inventory, processing, waiting, motion, transportation and overproduction. Lean Six Sigma methods are powerful, flexible and save costs for private and public organizations. Gain skills that are applicable for industrial and manufacturing processes as well as service industries. No pre-requisites required!

Course Outlines
Unit 1
Introduction to Lean and Six Sigma
  • Overview of Lean
  • Overview of Six Sigma
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Metrics and Goals
Unit 2
Lean Six Sigma Project Management
  • Linking Projects to Goals
  • Problem Solving Methodologies
  • Project Selection and Planning
  • Planning Tools
Unit 3
Measurement Techniques
  • Process Analysis
  • Data Collection
  • Normal Distribution and Process Capability
Unit 4
Analysis and Improvement Techniques
  • Eliminating Wastes
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Control of Processes

Class Details

4 Sessions
Online 24/7


Scott Follett 

CEUs : 1.6



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Registration Closes On
Monday, November 2, 2020 @ 11:59 PM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
11/2/2020 - 11/27/2020 Online 24/7 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM N/A - Online Scott Follett 

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Normandale Community College - Continuing Education

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