The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
Aug 28, 2017 to Aug 31, 2017
In our increasingly interconnected world, the need to develop and sustain competitive advantage by pursuing rapid growth has never been more acute. But to achieve that growth, senior leaders must make strategic choices along two critical dimensions: “avenues of growth” (such as innovation, consolidation, or diversification) and “modes of growth” (internal development and alliances or acquisitions, for example).
Kellogg School of Management (Kellogg)
Oct 23, 2017 to Oct 26, 2017
Contrary to the traditional view that more activity —launching new products, entering new markets, acquiring other companies and such — leads to more revenues and profit, the experts who developed and lead this program have shown that growth comes from doing less and being more focused. Grounded in the principle that the growth agenda is 10 percent strategy and 90 percent execution, they offer an actionable, execution-focused blueprint for unlocking sustainable, profitable organic growth on a global scale, one that has resulted in sustained double-digit growth in revenues and margins for major global brands. With its emphasis on execution, you’ll leave this program with a tailored, actionable agenda for making growth happen at your company.
Fisher College of Business (Ohio Fisher)
[No dates specified]
We've designed this quick, popular e-Learning course to provide you with a broad understanding of the Lean Six Sigma improvement methodology, concepts, and language. This course is targeted at a wide audience of Lean Six Sigma team members who need to gain familiarity with the overall methodology and basic tools of process improvement. The Yellow Belt course covers DMAIC tools and techniques in a far greater depth than the Lean Six Sigma Overview short course, but is roughly a third of the commitment required for the next level up, the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course.
Our Lean Methods Accelerator course provides you with a smart, comprehensive overview of Lean Enterprise tools and methods. Whether used to supplement a Six Sigma curriculum or as a standalone course, this interactive, practice-based short course will help to define and drive your waste reduction efforts.
This course is designed to provide a broad understanding of the Lean Six Sigma improvement methodology, concepts and language in support of Champion activities. The Champion is the key role that removes barriers to project success and ensures that project teams have the organizational support they need to be effective. This course provides an overview of the DMAIC process, a group of basic problem-solving tools used for project selection and management, and guidance on leading teams and leading change.
This popular course will provide you with a broad understanding of the Lean Six Sigma improvement methodology, concepts, and language. While we do not offer a Lean Six Sigma White Belt, this introductory course represents the equivalent in terms of what you need to know. The course provides an overview of the DMAIC process improvement cycle using case studies and examples drawn from Service, Business Process, and Manufacturing applications.
This course provides the necessary tools to chart and understand process behavior over time. The body of knowledge covered by this course of study is also known as Statistical Process Control (SPC). As you become proficient in all of the tools necessary to to chart process behavior, quantify variability, and assess process capability, you will be prepared to play an important role as a part of a process improvement team.
This instructor-supported course covers the DCDOV (Define, Concept, Design, Optimize, Verify) roadmap and is integrated with Sigma Lake®, an innovative simulation-based design practice project using the Roller Coaster Tycoon® video game. You will not only discover and learn core concepts of DFSS, but you will also gain experience and competence as you apply them to the course project simulation. The Product version of this course includes additional lessons on advanced statistics and experimental design.
This instructor-supported course covers the DCDOV (Define, Concept, Design, Optimize, Verify) roadmap and is integrated with Sigma Lake®, an innovative simulation-based design practice project using the Roller Coaster Tycoon® video game. You will not only discover and learn core concepts of DFSS, but you will also gain experience and competence as you apply them ot the course project simulation. The Service version of the course does not include additional lessons on advanced statistics and experimental design that are part of the Product version.
This instructor-supported course covers the complete Lean Six Sigma Black Belt body of knowledge. As a Black Belt, you are able to lead any team across your organization in executing process improvement projects. If your goal is to master this skill set and improve your value as an employee and organizational leader, then this course is for you.