A Lean or Six Sigma course that doesn't inspire participants to return to work with a lengthy list of action items would be a waste, which is exactly what devotees of Lean strive to eliminate. But managers who register for the Logistics and Supply Chain Management Lean Six Sigma Certificate Training Program should have no such worries. The program's organizers promise that everyone who attends the threeday course will leave with an improvement project plan in hand.
Developed by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, LeanCor, and St. Louis University, the program focuses on teaching supply chain and logistics professionals how to plan and complete continuous improvement projects. Participants arrive on the first day having already identified areas in their supply chains that contain organizational waste or customer pain points. They leave on the last day with a ready-to-implement cost-reduction initiative specific to their company.
The course is customized for logistics and supply chain professionals. Instructors only present those Lean and Six Sigma principles and tools that apply directly to the supply chain, with a focus on cutting costs, space requirements, and excess inventory while increasing supply chain flow and discipline.
This course will be offered across North America on the following dates:
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